1965 in art
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The year 1965 in art involved some significant events and new works.
- September – Indica Gallery counterculture bookshop and art gallery opens in London.
- October 7 – Release in the United States of the biographical film The Agony and the Ecstasy with Charlton Heston portraying Michelangelo.
- December – Max's Kansas City nightclub opens in New York City
- Sculptor Barbara Hepworth is created a Dame.
- Archibald Prize: Clifton Pugh – R A Henderson
- John Moores Painting Prize - Michael Tyzack for " Alesso 'B' "
- Yaacov Agam – Double Metamorphosis II
- Mark di Suvero – Bunyon's Chess (sculpture, Seattle)
- Lucian Freud – Reflection with Two Children (Self-portrait)
- L. S. Lowry
- Industrial Scene
- John Petts – Birmingham, Alabama, 16th Street Baptist Church, West Window
- Fairfield Porter – Elizabeth
- James Rosenquist – F-111
- David Wynne – Busts of Joan Baez and Oskar Kokoschka
- John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial (Portland, Oregon)
- February 20 – Miriam Mone, Northern Irish fashion designer (died 2007)
- March 9 – Brom, American illustrator
- July 9 – Jason Rhoades, American installation artist (died 2006)
- December 16 – Ellen Gallagher, American artist
- date unknown
- January 3 – Milton Avery, American painter (born 1885)
- January 7 – Anne Redpath, Scottish still life painter (born 1895)
- January 27 – Abraham Walkowitz, American painter working in the Modernist style (born 1878)
- February 18 – Yevgeny Charushin, Russian graphic artists (born 1901)
- February 24 – Frank H. Mason, English marine and poster painter (born 1875)
- May 7 – Charles Sheeler, American modernist painter and photographer (born 1883)
- May 19 – Albin Polasek, Czech American sculptor (born 1879)
- May 20 – Charles Camoin, French Fauvist painter (born 1879)
- June 14 – Zoltán Kemény, Hungarian Swiss sculptor (born 1907)
- June 21 – Piotr Buchkin, Russian painter and graphic artist (born 1886)
- June 26 – G. David Thompson, American industrialist and collector of modern art (born 1899)
- August 27 – Le Corbusier, Swiss-born French architect and painter (born 1887)
- October 19 – Edward Willis Redfield, American landscape painter (born 1869)
- date unknown – George Barker, American painter (born 1882)