Spencer Museum of Art Adds Prints By Gabriela Campos and Sanjay Suchak To Permanent Collection

June 4, 2023 | Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography


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June 5, 2023

The Spencer Museum of Art has acquired photographs by Gallery photographers Gabriela Campos and Sanjay Suchak.

Male Native American dances on top of pedestal where a statue of Spanish Conquistidor Juan de Onate was removed, New Mexico, 2020

Gabriela Campos: Than Tsídéh, 19, of the Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo dances on the empty platform where a statue of Juan de Oñate was removed, Rio Arriba county, New Mexico, June, 2020

Overhead color photograph of Robert E. Lee statue  with grafitti arond base and sidewalk in Richmond, Virginia, 20202

Sanjay Suchak: Robert E. Lee Monument Overhead, Richmond, Virginia, July 2, 2020

With a diverse collection of more than 47,000 art objects and works of cultural significance, the Spencer is the only comprehensive art museum in the state of Kansas and serves more than 100,000 visitors annually. 

The Museum’s vision is to present its collection as a living archive that motivates object-centered research and teaching, creative work, and transformative public dialogue. The Spencer facilitates arts engagement and research through exhibitions, artist commissions and residencies, conferences, film screenings, musical and dramatic performances, artist- and scholar-led lectures, children’s art activities, and community arts and culture festivals.

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