Gallery News

FBI seeks leads on art stolen after shipping from Santa Fe

Pattern (Climb Every Mountain No. 2)

by Dillon Mullan for Santa Fe New Mexican Erin Cone, a Santa Fe artist, received a suspicious message through her website sometime in 2019. “I was lucky enough to find one of your paintings by the name of stasis,” the message read. “It’s truly a wonderful piece but I was told it was a piece… 

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Gallery Update | 2020/2021

We are immensely grateful for the continued outpouring of support from our artists, friends of the gallery, and the New Orleans community. Since reopening our doors, we have diligently adhered to national and local guidelines to keep our staff, clients, and artists safe.

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Banquet Years: Richard Baker Interviewed by Paul Maziar

For more than three decades, Richard Baker has been painting and reimagining the still-life form, lately focusing on books as objects-turned-portraits. Most recently, during the time of the pandemic and in preparation for a group exhibition at Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans, Baker has painted a series of book covers in gouache as a means to embrace the comfort and pleasure of being at home. Like the poets I’m attuned to, Baker disrupts the familiar and its meaning through juxtaposition, surprising our expectations of image and form. His work evidences the fact that painting begins and ends in imagination.

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Together

by Sylvie Contiguglia for Arte-Walk Following a quiet summer, Arthur Roger Gallery is awakening with a bang. Its latest show Art in the Time of Empathy features seventy artists represented by more than one hundred works of art including paintings, sculptures, photographs and site specific installations. A playful series of shoe-mask from Maxx Sizeler leads to a spacious space lined… 

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Stephanie Patton in Two Exhibitions

Gallery artist Stephanie Patton has work featured in two exhibitions. Going Through a Phrase Galveston Art Center, October 10 – January 3, 2021 Galveston Arts Center (GAC) presents Going Through a Phrase, a group exhibition of text-based works by Alicia Eggert, Candace Hicks, Stephanie Patton, Andrea Tosten, and Rachelle Vasquez on view in the main gallery from October… 

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Suddenly, Last Spaceship

Dawn DeDeaux creates post art for a post humanist world Even artist Dawn DeDeaux, who has been preoccupied with the inevitability of an apocalypse for years, was not immune to the surprise of a pandemic sweeping the globe during her lifetime. Seated at opposite ends of a long, narrow garden table on a sunny Saturday… 

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Apocalyptic Pop

For over half a century, painter Luis Cruz Azaceta has built a body of work exploring issues of the human condition by Alexandra Kennon for Country Roads Magazine In 1960, now-prominent seventy-eight-year-old contemporary artist Luis Cruz Azaceta was a teenager traveling to the United States for the first time, escaping Fidel Castro’s regime in Cuba…. 

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