Exhibitions

Courtney Egan

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present an interactive digital video projection by Courtney Egan. The exhibition will be on view in the Arthur Roger Gallery New Media Space, located at 432 Julia Street, from December 5, 2015 – January 30, 2016. Read More

Nicole Charbonnet

This exhibition features medium- to large-scale paintings based on motifs from wallpaper, textiles or other pattern-based art and design. There are recognizable images from noteworthy artists such as Bridget Riley, Cy Twombly, as well as Orla Kiely’s iconic leaf pattern. Read More

Jacqueline Bishop

This exhibition includes small- to large-scale oil paintings on panel and linen, as well as medium-scale collages with watercolor on paper which reveal the artist's continued exploration of landscape painting and the complex connections between climate change, species extinction and migration. Read More

Simon Gunning

Simon Gunning's appreciation for the local scenery – from streets to swamps – has never waned, as is evident in his renowned paintings of the Southern Louisiana landscape. This exhibition, the artist’s fourth with the gallery, includes recent works on canvas and paper. Read More

David Leventi

In his second exhibition with the gallery, photographer David Leventi presents his images of the interiors of world-famous opera houses juxtaposed with images of the interiors of the last remaining domed prisons. Together, they are a study in contrasts – the lavish social theaters versus stark dwellings of incarceration and deprivation. Astonishingly, the architectural similarities between the two venues momentarily obscure fundamental differences in their operations. One such difference is that of observation – the audience of many observing a few versus the few observing the many. The large-scale, painting-like prints allow the viewer the experience and emotion of being surrounded by the various spaces. The artist employs large-format Arca-Swiss cameras to ensure that his compositions are architecturally symmetrical and emphasize Euclidean geometry. Read More

Lin Emery

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of sculpture by Lin Emery. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, located at 432 Julia Street, from October 3 – November 28, 2015. The gallery will host an opening reception, with the artist in attendance, Saturday, October 3 from 6-9 pm in conjunction with Art for Arts’ Sake. Read More

Bruce Davenport, Jr.

The four large-scale works in this exhibition are tributes to renowned heavyweight boxer champion Muhammad Ali. Each vivid color marker drawing, rendered in the artist’s celebrated style, is a variation of a common composition – an aerial view of a boxing match. Bordering this narrative are snapshots of Ali in action, along with memorable quotes such as, “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee." Customary in Davenport, Jr.’s works are the scrawlings of his personal thoughts and observations – scattered throughout in pockets of quiet spaces. Read More

Willie Birch

Willie Birch has always been a storyteller, sharing with us his observations of everyday objects and imagery that have had a direct impact on him, and subtly extracting the patterns and symbology inherent within. Recently, the artist has begun to specifically examine the interconnections between the examined elements and how, when coupled together, the initial meanings expand and create yet another layer – a language both seen and unseen. Read More

Gordon Parks

Muhammad Ali was one of the most photographed figures of the 20th century. Well known are the images of the braggart, the charmer, the ferocious fighter, however this exhibition of nine medium-scale photographs by Gordon Parks captures a softer side of the boxer – relaxed and introspective – further revealing Parks’ ability to connect with the people he photographed and the implicit trust between subject and photographer. Read More

Whitfield Lovell

"Whitfield Lovell: First Impressions" features the artist's celebrated, bold assemblages of charcoal drawings on vintage wood paired with multivalent objects collectively illuminating the African American experience. Also exhibited, for the first time, are the artist’s lithograph prints – exquisitely detailed visages on wood veneer, vellum and vintage wallpaper flecked with floral and decorative patterns. Read More