Exhibitions

Gene Koss

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present Through the Valley, an exhibition of recent sculpture by internationally-known glass sculptor Gene Koss. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, located at 432 Julia Street, from August 4–September 22, 2018. The gallery will host an opening reception with the artist in attendance, Saturday, August 4 from 6 to 9 pm in conjunction with the Hancock Whitney White Linen Night. Read More

John Alexander

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present Recent Paintings and Drawings, an exhibition of paintings and works on paper by John Alexander. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, located at 432 Julia Street, from May 5–June 23, 2018. The gallery will host an opening reception on Saturday, May 5 from 6–8 pm. Read More

Lin Emery

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of work by Lin Emery. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, located at 432 Julia Street, from March 3 – April 28, 2018. The gallery will host an opening reception on Saturday, March 3 from 6-8pm. Read More

David Yarrow

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of photographs by David Yarrow. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, located at 432 Julia Street, from January 6 – February 17, 2018, and at Arthur Roger@434 at 434 Julia Street from March 3 – April 21, 2018. The gallery will host an opening with the artist in attendance, on Saturday, January 6 from 6 – 8pm. Read More

Robert Mapplethorpe and George Dureau

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe and George Dureau. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger@434, located at 434 Julia Street, from January 6 - February 17, 2018, and at the Arthur Roger Gallery at 432 Julia Street from March 3 – April 21, 2018. The gallery will host an opening on Saturday, January 6 from 6-8pm. Read More

Brent McKeever

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present 21 & Under, an exhibition of photographs and videos by Brent McKeever. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, located at 432 Julia Street, from January 6 - February 17, 2018. The gallery will host an opening with the artist in attendance, on Saturday, January 6 from 6-8pm. Read More

Stephen Paul Day

The Queen of Mirth represents the mother of all things creative, bearing an interdisciplinary exhibition based on the new romantic notion that art should be entertaining and challenging, and that which is amusing has as much potential to effect change as that which is political. From the viewpoint of two young children - a twin boy and girl - the gallery transforms into a kind of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ surrealism. Read More

Stephanie Patton

Themes of mental and physical health, healing, comfort, and self-preservation are maintained in Sensitivity Training, which includes medium- to large-scale sculptural text constructions, padded vinyl wall pieces, and video. Stephanie Patton continues to employ humor as a device to solicit attention to critical issues. Her works explore various emotional states and address the desire to develop an understanding of oneself and one’s relationship to others. Read More

Ralph Bourque

Ralph Bourque’s meticulous landscape chronicles represent the passing of a day – loosely referencing dawn, noon, dusk and midnight, which the artist likens to the cycle of artistic creation. The medium of black ink on white paper allows Bourque to explore the interplay of darkness and light, and he often adjusts the value of the foreground, middle ground, and background of his works resulting in the interchangeability of positive and negative spaces, and thus, unexpected visual outcomes. Read More

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Brian Guidry

Reoccurring themes of technology and the manipulation of nature can be found in Brian Guidry’s paintings, which range visually from compressed lines of color to abstract eruptions. The artist synthesizes color, sound and texture to create “digitized” or “dissolved landscapes,” using a specific color palette sampled from a variety of natural sources. The injection of these "natural" colors into geometric planes and constructions creates shapes and voids suggestive of portals or slips in time, leading the viewer over the precipice of the normal, into the magical realism of the uncanny, peculiar and quantum. Read More