Introducing the
Tipton Three Exhibition Space

The Tipton Three Exhibition Space was established in order to host the work of international artists which critically reflect on the history of the Guantanamo Bay detention site. Out exhibition facilities feature 4 distinct spaces which allow for a variety of installations, education programs and exhibits to exist within the main venue of the Guantanamo Bay Museum of Art and History. While two of the spaces are dedicated to featuring works from our permanent collection, the remaining two are curated in order to show contemporary works as well as work produced through our artist residency program. The galleries are staffed with trained docents for those interested in our regularly scheduled tours.

An archive of the works featured in the Tipton Three Exhibition Space is available on our website, and we invite you to explore the various works on display by clicking on any of the images below:
Are you interested in applying to our Artist Residency Program? Please click here to view the online application as well as read about the requirements for being considered as a candidate.