Martin Art Gallery
E. S. Curtis The North American Indian: The Kwakiutl
An intriguing segment of Edward S. Curtis’s Photogravures of The North American Indian is the focus of a year-long curatorial project for Marc Jablonksi '15.
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We engage in Muhlenberg’s vibrant cultural dialogue by bringing exhibits of all genres and media to the heart of our campus community. Our goal is to expose students, faculty, staff and the visiting public to diverse, high-quality local and international artwork within an intimate viewing space. The Martin Art Gallery is home to an extensive permanent collection more than 3,000 items, including works by Albrecht Durer, Rembrandt van Rijn, Edward S. Curtis, Salvador Dali, and Norman Rockwell. We also proudly exhibit the creations of our own student artists each May with a Senior Art Exhibition in the main Gallery space.
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