Minneapolis Institute of Art

Italian court calls for restitution of ancient marble statue from Minneapolis Institute of Art

The two-metre-tall statue, which the museum acquired for $2.5m in 1986, was allegedly excavated illegally in the 1970s

Jim Denomie, Ojibwe artist who painted the ‘raw realities of America’, has died, aged 66

At the time of his death, following a battle with cancer, Denomie was preparing for a major solo museum show in 2023

Six decades after Adolf Eichmann trial, an artist’s graphic response is timely as ever

Argentinian-American artist Mauricio Lasansky’s ‘The Nazi Drawings’, created in response to testimony from the internationally broadcast trial, are on view at the Minneapolis Institute of Art

Minneapolis Institute of Art announces over $19m in gifts, including funds for a diversity officer, Latin American curator and deputy director

Museum, under pressure to embrace equity while facing revenue losses, says the money will shore up its endowment and operating budget

Where to learn about and support Indigenous art and culture on Native American Heritage Month

From the Smithsonian's award-winning Americans exhibition to virtual Indigenous art markets

The show must go on: what American curators are up to in isolation

How have curators been filling their time while their museums remain closed? Creatively, it turns out

Minneapolis Institute of Art names Katherine Crawford Luber as president and director

She comes to Minnesota from the San Antonio Museum of Art, where she grew the collections of African American and Aboriginal artists, and expanded programmes for underserved youth

Native American women artists finally get their due in new Minneapolis exhibition

Show at Minneapolis Institute of Art includes previously unknown triptychs by the Dakota Sioux artist Mary Sully

National Gallery of Art in Washington hires its first female director

Kaywin Feldman, to begin in March, currently leads the Minneapolis Institute of Art

Minneapolis hands Léger to collector’s family

The painting was stolen from its Jewish owner during the Nazi occupation of France

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Exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts will attempt to encompass the breadth of the classification 'American-made'

Five American museums pool their resources to present their continent from ancient pottery to Andy Warhol