Exhibitions

Pard Morrison - Drowning in Sound

Pard Morrison

The combination of repetitive geometric form and color in Pard Morrison’s work creates an alluring rhythmic harmony of structure and surface. Read More

Radcliffe Bailey - Tricky

Radcliffe Bailey

Bailey’s paintings and sculptures are multi-layered narratives that probe both the history of African-Americans as well as the artist’s own personal experiences and influences. Read More

James Surls - The Power of Nine

James Surls

James Surls' art blends natural forms created of wood, steel and bronze with sophisticated imagery and content. His self-expressive sculptures are both powerful and mysterious Read More

Robert Polidori - 6013 St. Anthony Avenue

Robert Polidori

Polidori's quietly expressive photographs present a candid and intimate look at widespread destruction in New Orleans—an incomprehensible landscape of felled trees, rooms caked with mud, cruelly tumbled furniture and houses washed off foundations. Read More

Luis Cruz Azaceta - At the Bottom of the Pot

Luis Cruz Azaceta

The majority of Luis Cruz Azaceta's work in "Local Anesthesia" is related to Hurricane Katrina, particularly his powerful and compelling photo collages. Read More

Lesley Dill - Word Queens

Lesley Dill

Creating a vivacious and intense “Word Ballroom” installation, each of Lesley Dill's seven "Word Queens" is made of either copper letters or wrapped wire words. Read More

James Drake - The Rain of Huitzikopchtli

James Drake

Drake’s “Rain of Huitzilopochtli” consists of large scale charcoal drawings on both canvas and paper executed in an Old Master drawing style. Read More

Willie Birch - Going Home

Willie Birch

In this series of paintings Willie Birch documents a community and culture devastated by Hurricane Katrina; however, an undercurrent of optimism and celebration remain evident in the work. Read More

Gene Koss - Silo

Gene Koss

Gene Koss’ Silo sculpture was in fabrication for five years and even endured the ravages of wind and water from Hurricane Katrina, which flooded the artist’s studio in Belle Chasse. Read More

Robert Gordy - Untitled Female Head (1486)

Robert Gordy

The profound, incredibly forceful late monotypes presented in this exhibition are Robert Gordy's very last works. Read More