IMA chief boosts appeal without breaking bank

November 8, 2014 5:01 AM

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Roy Lichtenstein's bright, bold "Five Brushstrokes" sculpture — never constructed or assembled in the artist's lifetime — now towers over the entry lawn at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

"Yes, that's a great work of art," Charles Venable said proudly of the highest — and highest-profile — work acquired during his tenure at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, "but there's a reason why it's at our front door just like there's a reason the dinosaurs are hanging out outside The Children's M...

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