Opening Reception July 21
james tylor: from an untouched landscape
Join us on Thursday, July 21 to celebrate the opening of james tylor: from an untouched landscape. Tylor visited Kluge-Ruhe in 2014 to participate in LOOKbetween, a program for early career photographers. He will return as a resident artist in March 2023.
This exhibition was curated by Marina Tyquiengco (CHamoru), the inaugural Ellyn McColgan Assistant Curator of Native American Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Marina studied Aboriginal art and interned at Kluge-Ruhe while a student at UVA. After graduating in 2011, Marina went on to earn her PhD in Art History at University of Pittsburgh.
james tylor: from an untouched landscape is a presentation of Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection and the George Eastman Museum. The exhibition is sponsored by Australia Council for the Arts, the Embassy of Australia, Washington, DC, and the Honorable Nick Greiner AC, Australian Consul-General, New York.