Gallery News

Arthur Roger Gallery reopens Tuesday

Power has returned to the Arthur Roger Gallery! We are excited to report that we will be open for our regular business hours of 10 am–5 pm, Tues–Sat beginning on Tuesday, September 7. We invite you down to enjoy Black Beauty and Christopher Saucedo: Requiem MMI. 

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The Gallery is Safe

Hurricane Ida did a number on New Orleans. Thankfully, our staff, artists, artwork, and building are all safe. We feel very thankful and hope that you and your family are safe.  We are keeping an eye on the city’s recovery and will reopen as soon as we can. You can still reach us at info@ArthurRogerGallery.com. … 

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Black Beauty: An Exhibition Celebrating Artists of Color

by: Christopher Leach for WGNO NEW ORLEANS, La. (WGNO) —A new exhibition is on display at the Arthur Roger Gallery at 432 Julia St in New Orleans. The exhibition showcases the beauty in America’s black culture. Tim Francis is the Exhibition Curator of the new exhibition titled “Black Beauty.” The collection of art is a celebration… 

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Perspectives: Comfort Zone

Multimedia artist Stephanie Patton is just getting started. by Jordan Lahaye Fontenot for Country Roads Magazine “Ladies and gentleman,” rings out the deep cowboy-voiced introduction to the “Lost in Love” radio show on KRVS 88.7 FM in Lafayette and Lake Charles, on air every Saturday evening at 5 pm and on Tuesdays at 1 pm…. 

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Meet the Artist at the AcA

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by Sylvie Contiguglia for Art E-Walk Reflection on the past? Prelude to a new beginning? A mid-career retrospective can be daunting for the artist, for the visitor too, often exposed to lengthy wall texts and a line up of works deemed relevant to the artist’s career, displayed chronologically. None of this for Stephanie Patton: Comfort Zone 1993 – 2021, a… 

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Gene Koss

Exhibition review by Andrew Page in The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly ARTHUR ROGER GALLERYNEW ORLEANSJANUARY 9-APRIL 10, 2021 Toil (2019-2020), a monumental aluminum, steel, and glass construction that manages to be both elegantly gestural and impressive in scale, stood as the centerpiece of Gene Koss’s eponymously titled exhibition in New Orleans. The massive work, with its… 

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Art by Bourgeois: Douglas Bourgeois

The West Side Journal On June 5th, 2021 the West Baton Rouge Museum will open the Art by Bourgeois: Douglas Bourgeois exhibition. Bourgeois is represented by Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans, Louisiana. Bourgeois’ work expresses popular culture in a vivid manner as evidenced in Queen Latifah’s Party, which will be among the many pieces on display.  A Gonzales… 

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Dawn DeDeaux: BEING AND EVERYTHING

May 27 – June 20, 2021 For more information, go here. From Transart Foundation: “BEING AND EVERYTHING: Works by Dawn DeDeaux is the culmination of DeDeaux’s six month residency at Transart. For this exhibition DeDeaux utilizes the galleries as a staging lab to complete works for the final rooms in her upcoming Career Retrospective at New Orleans Museum… 

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Using artwork to encourage covid vaccinations

by: Anna McAllister for WGNO NEW ORLEANS — Thread by thread, bead by bead. Demond and Alicia Melancon are creating one of a kind masterpieces. “I’ve been beading for almost thirty years. I tried to change the game with my work and put it into the art world, and change the precedent of what an artist really… 

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