Press & Media

Prospect.5 spotlights the intimate eye of George Dureau, photographer

By Dave Walker, communication strategist for The Historic New Orleans Collection Many of the subjects of George Dureau’s photographic portraits look directly at the camera’s lens. “I see you,” their eyes say. “See me.” The faces the viewer sees are often those of “othered” people — Black people, queer people, little people, naked people, people missing… 

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New Orleans Museum of Art presents career retrospective for acclaimed New Orleans artist

from ArtDaily NEW ORLEANS, LA.- The New Orleans Museum of Art presents Dawn DeDeaux: The Space Between Worlds, the first comprehensive museum exhibition for the pioneering multimedia artist Dawn DeDeaux, on view October 22, 2021 through January 23, 2022. One of the first American artists to connect questions about social justice to emerging environmental concerns,… 

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Dawn DeDeaux Connects Social Justice and Environmentalism in a Retrospective at the New Orleans Museum of Art

In a retrospective on view at NOMA, Dawn DeDeaux: The Space Between Worlds demonstrates the artist’s longstanding concern with the most pressing issues of our time. by New Orleans Museum of Art for Hyperallergic In Dawn DeDeaux: The Space Between Worlds, the retrospective currently on view at the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), works from across five decades… 

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Tim Francis Makes Curatorial Debut with Black Beauty Exhibition

for The New Orleans Tribune “For a viewer, it really is an extraordinary opportunity to see the journey of Black imagery by Black artists from the past and into the present.” A group exhibition of contemporary icons and today’s emerging prodigies in Black American Art, curated by Tim Francis, is on view until Sept. 21,… 

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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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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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