Select Publications + Catalogues


Art in America

Asian Art News

Eye-Ai

British Journal of Photography

Art Papers

Shots

THE

Reporter

Albuquerque Tribune

Diario de Yucatán

Through the Lens, Museum of New Mexico Press

Photography at Edinburgh Napier University

The Art of Photography Show

Water

Adaptations

 

Select Solo + Group Exhibitions


The Bond House Museum, Española, New Mexico

University of Wyoming Art Museum and American Heritage Center, Laramie, Wyoming - Solo

Museo de la Ciudad de Mérida, México

The New Mexico History Museum, Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe

New Mexico Museum of Art, The Round House Gallery, Santa Fe

University of New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts, Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Marchmont Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland

Lyceum Gallery, San Diego, California

Ion Art Gallery, Singapore

Photo Place Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont

El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, New Mexico

Salon Mar Graff, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Phil Space, Santa Fe, New Mexico - Solo

August Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico - Solo

University of Texas, Odessa, Texas

Smith Gallery, Covent Garden, London, England

 

Private + Public Collections

The New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico

The Edinburgh Napier University Collection, Scotland

The University of Wyoming Art Museum Collection, Laramie

The New Mexico History Museum, Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe

First Community Bank, Santa Fe

Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe

Various private collections in Switzerland, Germany, Britain, Singapore and US

 

Short Biography


André Ruesch was born in 1961 in Zürich, Switzerland and grew up in an alpine region known as the Saanenland.  His mother’s gallery, which showcased photographers and painters, inspired him in his youth.  Photographer Ellen Auerbach was also influential as a family friend. While working for a volunteer organization in Asia in the early eighties he started to pursue photography.

Upon his return to Europe, he was accepted to Napier College in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he obtained a BA in Photography in 1988.  After moving to Albuquerque, USA, for graduate studies in photography at the University of New Mexico, he obtained his MA in 1992 and his MFA in 1996.  While there, his main mentors were Patrick Nagatani, Betty Hahn and Eugenia Parry.

He lives in the greater Boston area, Massachusetts, where he is an Associate Professor of Photography at the Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD), formerly the Art Institute of Boston (AIB).

Gallery


The Robert Klein Gallery
38 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02116

Tel: 617-267-7997
Web: www.robertkleingallery.com

 

Portfolios


A Murder of Crows - A Murder of Crows (Phase II) - Brain Coral - Beneath the Surface - Dog God - Black & White - Japan - Measuring Distance

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