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Special Exhibition
Francesco Solimena: Picturing the World for an Eighteenth-Century Royal Wedding
April 2–June 29, 2014
Judi and Milt Stewart Hexagon Gallery, first floor

Through a selection of pieces coming from the Getty Research Institute, the IU Fine Arts Library, the Lilly Library, and the IU Art Museum collection, this exhibition focuses on one of the IU Art Museum’s masterpieces, Francesco Solimena’s Allegory of the Four Parts of the World, highlighting the painting’s history, patronage, and iconography. This special exhibition features a fifteen-minute documentary, The World around Solimena.

To learn more about Francesco Solimena: Picturing the World for an Eighteenth-Century Royal Wedding, please visit the Calendar or Current Exhibitions.
Special Exhibition
Matisse’s Jazz and Other Works from Indiana University Collections
April 2–June 29, 2014
Special Exhibitions Gallery

The IU Art Museum’s complete suite of color plates from Henri Matisse’s Jazz was recently featured as a special addition to the Indianapolis Museum of Art's exhibition Matisse, Life in Color: Masterworks from the Baltimore Museum of Art. Now back in Bloomington, these prints will be the centerpieces of our own special exhibition.