Staff bio: Alexander Marr, assistant curator for Native American art

By | January 19, 2016

Alexander Brier Marr

Alexander Brier Marr joined the Saint Louis Art Museum in 2016 as assistant curator for Native American art.

Marr served as Mellon Pre-Doctoral Fellow in Native American Art at the Portland Art Museum, where contributed major research to a forthcoming traveling exhibition of the Axel Rasmussen Collection of Northwest Coast art. He is co-editing an extensively revised new edition of “Art of the North American Indians: The Thaw Collection at the Fenimore Museum.”

Marr received a doctorate from the University of Rochester. He received his master’s degree in Visual and Cultural Studies from the University of Rochester and an undergraduate degree in Art History with honors from Beloit College.


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