Welcome to IMA Dashboard, an ongoing effort to measure various aspects of the Museum's performance. We welcome your comments on our progress in serving the IMA's mission. To navigate the Dashboard in particular areas, the tabs at the top of the screen drop down to allow for more detail. The goal of the Dashboard is to seek to quantify and report out on areas of activity of general interest to museum observers and to particular interest to museum studies specialists, colleagues, and patrons.
The total number of works of art acquired by the IMA in 2011.
This figure is based on the number of works accessioned by the IMA since January 1, 2011.
The IMA maintains a Permanent Collection, Study Collection, Miller House and Garden Collection, and Lilly House Collection. These collections are continuously evaluated to identify areas to strengthen and to ensure works acquired are consistent with the mission of the Museum and guided by the plans of the appropriate curatorial department.
Numerous factors must take place before an object is acquired, including the establishment of provenance, a free and clear title, and a preliminary examination of each work of art.
Works can be acquired by gift or bequest, by purchase or by transfer or exchange within the collections.
Each proposed acquisition is approved by the Director for presentation at the Museum’s Collections Committee meetings. The resulting recommendation are finally presented to the Museum’s Board of Governor’s for approval.
In recent years, the IMA has acquired hundreds of works of art in all areas of its collection, further enhancing the depth and breadth of its representation of the world's art. The acquisitions span a broad range of cultures and time periods.
|Addendum to Pop||Watts, Robert|
|Tea & Coffee Piazza Service||Alessi S.p.A.|
|Red Veil chair||Tord Boontje|
|Blue Bench Sofa||Maarten van Severen|
|Aio sugar bowl with lid and spoon||Ronan Bouroullec|
|Aio bowl||Ronan Bouroullec|
|Aio mug 01||Ronan Bouroullec|
|Aio bowl||Ronan Bouroullec|
|Four Table||Kartell US, Inc.|
|Diana E table||Konstantin Grcic|
|Diana F table||Konstantin Grcic|
|Diana A table||Konstantin Grcic|
|Agaricon table lamp||LucePlan S.p.A.|
|Globlow floor lamp|
|Netsurfer computer workstation|
|playsuit, jacket and dress||Claire McCardell|
|poster paper dress "Rocket"||Harry Gordon|
|John Jeffries M.D.||Russell, John|
|Untitled (Portrait)||Francis, Sam|
|Untitled (Triptych)||Wool, Christopher|
|Philippe Halsman at a Dinner in his Honor||Dianora Niccolini|
|Couple at a Drinking Fountain, New York World's Fair||Dianora Niccolini|
|Lisette Model Talking to Cornell Capa||Dianora Niccolini|
|Nun, New York World's Fair||Dianora Niccolini|
|Weegee Taking Photo of Model||Dianora Niccolini|
|Child Asleep in Stroller, New York World's Fair||Dianora Niccolini|
|Weegee at World Trade Fair, Flushing, NY||Dianora Niccolini|
|Untitled (Pregnant Female Nude)||Dianora Niccolini|
|Untitled (Female Nude Climbing Rock Face)||Dianora Niccolini|
|Untitled (Female Nude on Parapet)||Dianora Niccolini|
|Male Nude - Solarized||Dianora Niccolini|
|Kraige Back Bending - Solarized||Dianora Niccolini|
|Untitled (Male Nude, Back View with Hoop)||Dianora Niccolini|
|Untitled (Male Nude - Two Frames)||Dianora Niccolini|
|Dieter's Chest and Hand||Dianora Niccolini|
|Untitled (Discus Thrower)||Dianora Niccolini|
|Untitled (Male Nude with Hoop)||Dianora Niccolini|
|Untitled (Male Swimmer)||Dianora Niccolini|
|Male Chest||Dianora Niccolini|
|Ballet Dancer||Dianora Niccolini|
|Road in Autumn||Forsyth, William J.|
|Windblown Trees||George H. Baker|
|Bust of Menelaus||Julia G. Sharpe|
May 20, 2011