Touring the Temporary Exhibit at the Hunter Museum of American Art

May 8, 2015

The Hunter Museum of American Art is currently featuring three different collections in their temporary exhibit hall. 

The Davenport Collection features some of the works being stored for the Davenport family.  The New on View showcases art that has been purchased or donated to the Hunter Museum but has not yet been displayed.  The third exhibition features the work of Gajin Fujita.

Mary Cassatt (1844-1926), Tête de Fillette, circa 1904, oil on canvas, The Alice E. and Joseph H. Davenport, Jr. Collection, L.2015.3
Credit Hunter Museum of American Art

Gajin Fujita, Hood Rats, 2012, spray paint, paint markers, Mean Streak, and gold leaf on wood panels, six panels, each: 72 x 20 inc. (182.9 x 50.8 cm) overall: 72 x 120 inches, Copyright Gajin Fujita. Courtesy of L.A. Louver, Venice, CA
Credit Hunter Museum of American Art

North, Kenda (b. 1951): Touch (from the Submerged Series), 2013, AP; Inkjet pigment print on archival paper; 14 x 20 inches, Gift of Kenda North – The Museum Project, HMAA.2013.19
Credit Hunter Museum of American Art