Exhibitions

Black Beauty

Exhibition Dates: August 7–September 18, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 7 from 6 pm–9 pm
Gallery Location: 432 Julia Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 10 am–5 pm
Contact Info: 504.522.1999; arthurrogergallery.com Read More

Christopher Saucedo: Requiem MMI

Christopher Saucedo: Requiem MMI

Exhibition Dates: August 7–September 18, 2021
Opening: August 7, 2021, from 6–9 PM, in conjunction with White Linen Night
Gallery Location: 432 Julia Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 10am–5pm
Contact Info: 504.522.1999; www.arthurrogergallery.com

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present "Requiem MMI", an exhibition of work inspired by the September 11 tragedy created by Christopher Saucedo. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger@434, located at 434 Julia Street, from August 7–September 18, 2021. The gallery will host an opening on Saturday, August 7, from 6–9 PM, in conjunction with White Linen Night. Read More

Shawne Major

Exhibition Dates: May 1–June 19, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 1 from 11 am–7 pm
Gallery Location: 432 Julia Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 10 am–5 pm
Contact Info: 504.522.1999; arthurrogergallery.com Read More

David Halliday

Exhibition Dates: May 1–June 19, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 1 from 11 am–7 pm
Gallery Location: 432 Julia Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 10 am–5 pm
Contact Info: 504.522.1999; arthurrogergallery.com Read More

Nicole Charbonnet

Exhibition Dates: May 1–June 19, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 1 from 11 am–7 pm
Gallery Location: 434 Julia Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 10 am–5 pm
Contact Info: 504.522.1999; arthurrogergallery.com Read More

Gene Koss

Exhibition Dates: January 9–April 10, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 9 from 11 am–7 pm
Gallery Location: 432 Julia Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 10 am–5 pm
Contact Info: 504.522.1999; arthurrogergallery.com Read More

Stephen Paul Day

Exhibition Dates: January 9–April 10, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 9 from 11 AM–7 pm
Gallery Location: 434 Julia Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 10 am–5 pm
Contact Info: 504.522.1999; arthurrogergallery.com Read More

Art in the Time of Empathy

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present Art in the Time of Empathy, an exhibition of gallery and invited artists examining the year 2020 as a unique historical moment and a transformative time. Art in the Time of Empathy is the largest exhibition in the gallery’s history, featuring over 70 invited and represented artists. Playing off the iconic title of Gabriel García Márquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera, artists address the many aspects of quarantine, politics, social justice, science, and community in a time where physical distance has redefined these dialogues. A time capsule for our period, Art in the Time of Empathy is an exploration of the human side of this moment, an opportunity for a community to pause and reflect on the many perspectives of a shared experience. Read More

Edward Whiteman

This is Edward Whiteman’s thirteenth solo exhibition with the gallery and features his renowned paintings created with mixed media on reconstructed paper in both large and small-scale. The wall pieces range in size from two to seven feet and include familiar motifs – simple yet powerful linear forms inspired by the environment and found objects. The artist’s paintings are unequivocally abstract but filled with possible allusions of human form such as Balance #2, part of the Balance series. Read More

Troy Dugas: Inside Outline

Exploring symmetrical and radial drawings requires concentration and meditation. The lines divide the two-dimensional space and become mystical and alchemical maps used to guide the placement of marks, symbols, lines, texture, color, and pattern. Focused awareness and openness to this map help make critical decisions as the work develops.

Occasional figurative compositions of men, flowers, or animals create levity in the overall work. They are made using the same collage technique and materials and are elevated to a heightened stylization. They provide a different kind of map that is less assertive and organized and suggest a primitive otherworldliness and pathos.

The recent work is made from painted and block-printed papers. Motifs and shapes are printed in a repeating fashion combined with layered painting techniques to create all-over patterns that are shredded into small strips. The same forms are carefully printed row by row creating hundreds of recognizable, individual forms that are carefully cut out. Together strips and shapes are arranged using repetition and intuition guided by original designs that explore the infinite possibilities of radial form, symmetry, and pattern.

Cut and shredded product labels were the primary material for my collages for over 15 years, but for the last several years, I’ve been creating and accumulating my own painted and block-printed papers to explore the workings of the original designs buried underneath.

Influences include the history of textiles, outsider art, and indigenous folk art. Read More