Turning a urinal into a sculpture may have been a response to the atrocity of war; African-American music has long had its own way of registering dissent.
Artists Liz Ingram and Vik Muniz, and a Columbus architecture tour guide suggest strategies that refresh our vision and reconnect us to the world.
The mark of the outsider has been co-opted by the mainstream, yet the art form evolves. Two shows at the Grunwald Gallery explore Indiana's tattoo history.
ArtPrize attracts artists and art lovers from around the globe in record numbers; IU's Eskenazi Museum of Art awaits renovations to engage new audiences.