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


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

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

David Bates

In his wonderfully varied colorful work David Bates seeks to replicate the excitement of what he's seeing through his exhibition of recent sculpture, paintings, drawings and reliefs at Arthur Roger Gallery. Read More

Jonathan Seliger

Using acrylics, wax and modeling paste with careful and meticulous craft Jonathan Seliger produces sensuous surfaces and transfigures the familiar. Read More

Ted Kincaid

In conjunction with Art for Art’s Sake the Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of photogravure monoprints by Ted Kincaid. Read More

Radcliffe Bailey - Sepia Love Song

Radcliffe Bailey

In the works included in this exhibition Radcliffe Bailey creates dense pictorial fields that function like biographical maps to the historic past. Read More