Exhibitions

Lesley Dill - I Heard A Voice #1

Lesley Dill

Lesley Dill's recent constructions possess a new radiant luminosity but are still characterized by the artist's complex interweaving of a wide range of materials, images and text. Read More

Whitfield Lovell - Serenade

Whitfield Lovell

Whitfield Lovell creates delicately orchestrated assemblages that blend surfaces, images and objects and call to memory the African-American experience in the United States. Read More

Dawn DeDeaux - Elephant Ear #3

Dawn DeDeaux

The works in this exhibition are digital studies of objects discarded from households and nature collected on Dawn DeDeaux's daily walks in her New Orleans neighborhood. Read More

Al Souza

Al Souza's exhibition will include recent assemblages composed of thousands of collaged jigsaw puzzle pieces, which the artist refers to as “paintings.” Read More

Ersy - Tina Float

Ersy

This installation is inspired by the artist's experience of the Society of Ste. Anne. Every Mardi Gras morning the Society of Ste. Anne marches up Royal Street like an armada of dreams – a long line of maskers with a fantastic array of costumes, the Storyville Stompers, and dozens of fabulous hoops and streaming ribbons. Read More

Various Artists

Gallery artists Radcliffe Bailey, James Barness, David Bates, Dale Chihuly, Robert Colescott, Clyde Connell, Lesley Dill, Lin Emery, Ted Kincaid and Ida Kohlmeyer each have a featured work in this exhibition. Read More

Greg Gorman

Throughout his over thirty-year career, Greg Gorman has developed a discriminating and unique style of photography. Greg Gorman’s work is best exemplified through his portraits of male nudes, which are featured in this “As I See It” exhibition. Read More

Paul Cadmus

Paul Cadmus’ drawings are lavishly executed in colored chalk and crayon on hand-toned papers in his exhibition at Arthur Roger Gallery. Read More

Blake Boyd

Blake Boyd began developing "Sneewittchen" in 2002. The multi-media exhibit includes sculpture, video, and paintings done in clay, gold leaf, wine and Boyd’s own blood. Read More

Willie Birch

Willie Birch explores stereotypes of class, gender and race as experienced in African American culture in his "Earlier Works" exhibition at Arthur Roger Gallery. Read More