Enhance your in-person visit or tour exhibits from afar with the free IU Collects App or 3D scans of gallery spaces! Visitors of all ages can use the app to explore current and archived exhibits at University Collections at McCalla and other IU collections locations. Digital tours include object information, plus: audio tours, interactive 3D objects, close-up images, video, interactive maps, puzzles, and more!
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View portraits of androgynous people intentionally and visibly queering and contradicting gender norms, taken by Bettina Rheims between 1989 and 1991 in London and Paris to counterpoint the rampant bigotry pervading society. This exhibit contains nudity.
Contemplate large-scale tapestries by artists Faisal Abdu’Allah, José Bedia, and Carlos Luna that resonate with multiple African and African diasporic traditions, reflecting the fractured interconnectedness of global visual culture.
Wander the halls of the pre-renovation McCalla, with furnishings remaining from IU's prior use of the building for fine arts classrooms, studios, and production spaces, as well as The Fuller Projects exhibition space.