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“Lin Emery’s gorgeous robots rule Arthur Roger gallery,” The Times-Picayune

Lin Emery’s suite of new works at Arthur Roger Gallery through April 25 confirms her position as New Orleans’ premier sculptor. For decades, Emery, who was born in 1928, has gifted us with gorgeous, glinting mechanical sculptures that are so exquisitely balanced that they bob and wave in ballet-like motion with every breeze. Read More

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“John Alexander spirits us from the ridiculous to the sublime,” The Dallas Morning News

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At 69, John Alexander has lived an extraordinary life. He sails the Caribbean with rocker Jimmy Buffett and counts among his other pals such Saturday Night Live luminaries as Lorne Michaels and Dan Aykroyd, his partner in a prosperous venture that serves vodka in skull-shaped drinking vessels. He spends his summers on Amagansett, Long Island, but for 35 years has occupied a SoHo loft in New York City, where he long ago established a reputation as a mesmerizing artist, one with a social conscience. Read More

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“Review: Lin Emery,” Gambit

Lin Emery, Return

Lin Emery’s kinetic sculptures epitomize that kind of timeless and finely tuned consistency. But like the timeless, pristine miracles of the natural world on which they are based, they can be easy to take for granted — unless something changes, as appears to be the case in her current show at Arthur Roger Gallery. Read More

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“SMU alum John Alexander brings his rare art to the Meadows,” The Dallas Morning News

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Alexander in his studio with Sailing on the Edge , 2015

John Alexander is being honored with an exhibition of his work at the Meadows during the museum’s 50th anniversary year and the university’s centennial. “Human/nature. The Ridiculous and Sublime: Recent Works by John Alexander” opens next Sunday and continues through June 28. The show’s 35 paintings and drawings are on loan from 26 lenders, including 12 in Texas. Read More

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“Artist draws on outdoor beauty, mystery,” Palm Beach Daily News

Artist John Alexander finds inspiration in the garden at Eaton Fine Art.

John Alexander was puzzling over orchids on a recent morning in the Eaton Fine Art sculpture garden in West Palm Beach. Read More

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“Sculptors on Sculpture: Part One,” Blouin Art Info

Installation view of "Beautiful Beast" (Photo by Peter Drake)

I don’t see how any artist can work alone. I am so happy working with people; I like working with a team, whether they’re assistants or interns. We are making something together, and I am proud of them, because they contribute so much. However, I am definitely the captain of the ship, the singer of the song, the leader of the pack, and it is my job to have a steady vision and open mind. I keep a hawk’s eye out on the work, because, though explorative, it has to be exactly right. Read More

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“Natural Beauty: Courtney Egan at Arthur Roger Gallery,” Pelican Bomb

Video still of Courtney Egan's Dreamcatcher, 2013. Interactive HD video projection. Courtesy the artist and Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans.

Courtney Egan’s exhibition “Circulation of Light” plays with time in several video-based works that explore the mediation of nature through technology. Read More

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“Not so Random,” Art e-Walk

While Redl’s light installations have been affiliated with the Light and Space movement, this new body of work reaches far beyond “retinal” art to art for the mind, a Duchampian quest. Exploring new dimensions like space and time, the artist aims through his art to control randomness “transferring an idea of randomness through precise calculations.” Read More

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“Installation art and towering text combine in the Appleton’s new exhibit ‘Faith & the Devil,’” Ocala

Registrar David Reutter, left, and Paul Arthur, chief preparatory, hang Lesley Dill's “Kill The Calm” at the Appleton Museum of Art.
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In the eons since written language was developed, its art typically was words: poetry, essays, plays and so forth. Read More

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“Farber Foundation Announces Finalists for Cuban Art Awards,” ARTnews

Teresita Fernández’s ‘As Above So Below,’ an exhibition at MASS MoCA, landed her a spot on the shortlist for this year’s Cuban Artist of the Year award.


Luis Cruz Azaceta is one of the most prolific, consistent artists. His works range from intimate drawings and monumental paintings, sculptures to intricate installations that convey the individual drama in contemporary global society. He has visualized with a critical eye a wide range of personal and social themes in his paintings. Read More

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