Gallery News

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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Inside The Arts: Arthur Roger Gallery | Art In The Time Of Empathy

by Diane Mack for WWNO | NPR New Orleans Art in the Time of Empathy, is an exhibition of gallery and invited artists examining the year 2020 as an historical moment and a transformative time. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, 432 Julia Street, until December 19, 2020. More info is… 

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Things We Adore: October 2020

A few places and things that have caught our eye… Look back on 2020 through the eyes of over 70 artists in the Arthur Roger Gallery’s latest exhibition “Art in the Time of Empathy.” Artists address the many aspects of quarantine, politics, and science in a time where physical distance has redefined these dialogues. The… 

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The Photographer Using Space Travel to Theorize about Climate Change

via Aperture By Eva Díaz Louisiana-based artist Dawn DeDeaux’s images of astronauts appear as harbingers of a new frontier. COVID Economy. To speak of utopia at this moment is heartrending. COVID-19 has infected more than 38 million people and upended countless lives; it has also brutally exacerbated racial, gender, and economic inequalities in the U.S. and… 

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Gallery Artist Demond Melancon Will Join Joan Mitchell Center Residency on October 19

via Joan Mitchell Foundation We are pleased to announce that seven artists have been selected to join the Artist-in-Residence program at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans later this month. The group, which includes local artists Jourdan Barnes, kai barrow, Kara Crowley, Demond Melancon, Anastasia Pelias, Asante Salaam, and José Torres-Tama, will begin residency at the Center on October 19. The… 

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Mary Jane Parker’s art opens Fall for Art in Covington

by Sarah Bonnette for The Times-Picayune | New Orleans Advocate For New Orleans artist Mary Jane Parker, there’s something soothing about drawing.  “I think it’s a little bit like meditation or mindfulness in a way,” she said. “I’ve realized when I’ve gone through any kind of long stretches of not making work, when I finally… 

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70-Artist Exhibition About 2020 Upheaval at Arthur Roger Gallery

by Site Staff for MyNewOrleans.com NEW ORLEANS (press release) – 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. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, located… 

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