Edward Curtis – The North American Indian

The Muskegon Museum of Art’s presentation of Edward S. Curtis:  The North American Indian, which opened May 11, 2017, ended September 10, 2017. This exhibition celebrated the artistic genius and lasting cultural legacy of Edward Curtis, an early-1900s photographer who sacrificed everything for his art, died in obscurity, but left behind one of the greatest artistic collaborations and photographic achievements in history.  Organized by the Muskegon Museum of Art, this exhibition will have been perhaps the largest and most comprehensive survey ever presented of Edward S. Curtis’s masterpiece. The bound volumes and the portfolio lithographs will go back into a Museum vault to rest and there are no plans to travel the exhibition. Edward S. Curtis: The North American Indian Collection Information and Resources

Kutenai Duck Hunter by Curtis