Exhibitions

James Surls - Me, Tree, Black Flower and Knot

James Surls

Based on natural forms, James Surls creates sophisticated imagery of diamonds, vortexes, needles and flowers, using wood, steel and bronze. Read More

Gregory Scott - Color Grid

Gregory Scott

Using himself as the model, Scott creates narrative pieces that use illusion and surprise to tackle issues ranging from identity and loneliness to the way the art world has pigeonholed the various mediums in which he works. In his pieces, Scott challenges the definitions of photography, painting and video, expanding its discourse. Read More

Whitfield Lovell - Cada Dia

Whitfield Lovell

In this exhibition, we see an ongoing exploration of the African American experience through an installation of Whitfield Lovell’s charcoal on wood assemblages created over the past decade. Read More

Robert Polidori - Salle de Bain, Marie-Antoinette, R.D.C. Cord Central

Robert Polidori

In Robert Polidori’s “Parcours Muséologique Revisité”, he continues the idea of presenting the interior of a room as a means of insight into the soul of those who inhabited them. Read More

Leonardo Da Vinci with Glue Sniffer

James Drake

A key component in several of James Drake's complex drawings is the creation of the image through the taping and pasting of fragments. Read More

Luis Cruz Azaceta - Swimming to Havana II

Luis Cruz Azaceta

"Exile 50" presents aspects of contemporary exile, particularly isolation and encapsulation. Azaceta executes this body of work in his signature dichotomy of brightly colored abstraction and figuration. Read More

Allison Stewart - Parts Per Million #2

Allison Stewart

In Allison Stewart’s new series of mixed media paintings and works on paper, “Inside Passage,” the artist continues to use landscape as inspiration to meditate upon the interaction between man and nature and the dubious results of our actions upon the earth. Read More

John Scott - Foodstore

John Scott

This exhibition features restored work recovered from John Scott's studio after Hurricane Katrina. Read More

Alec Soth - Baton Rouge

Alec Soth

Soth’s series “Sleeping by the Mississippi” is evolved during a period of five years in which he made several road trips from his home in Minnesota down the Mississippi River. Read More

Robert Colescott - Summertime

Robert Colescott

Robert Colescott continues to explore contemporary social issues throughout the paintings and drawings in this exhibition. Read More