On Saturday, June 1, several new murals were unveiled throughout the New Orleans Arts District as part of Unframed presented by The Helis Foundation, a project of the Arts Council New Orleans. This is the first multi-mural exhibition of large scale artwork in Downtown New Orleans! Keep reading to learn more about the artists who painted these larger… Read more »
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ambiguous + contemporary + ethereal These are the three words Vincente Weber chose when asked to describe his work. Keep reading to learn more about Vincente, his process, and inspirations! “Serentine” by Vincente Weber “I deem myself more an artist than that of a traditional photographer and have always been interested in alternative image making… Read more »
Although photography was her first interest, illustration and natural pigment art have taken center stage.
Some artists have rituals or rites of passage when it comes to the creative process. For David Joshua Jennings spontaneity IS the creative process.
Cultural. Explorative. Microcosmic.
The countdown is over…New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival begins this Friday, April 22! The city is abuzz with excitement for the city’s biggest festival. While you are walking around the Fairgrounds, don’t forget to check out all of the Where Y’Artists who will be selling their handcrafted artwork. Each artist will have a table… Read more »
Addison Yerger is the combined creative genius of two great photographers: Leslie Addison + George Yerger. As a team they document social work and culture all over the world, but New Orleans will always be home. Their work is featured in many museums, including our local New Orleans Museum of Art and Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Right now… Read more »
Emerging from the Flood, Andy Levin Chief Roderick Sylvas of the Wild Tchoupitoulas parades past a blighted house damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2007. This photograph symbolizes the resilient spirit of the Mardi Gras Indians and the city of New Orleans so prominent in the years after Hurricane Katrina when it was unclear if the… Read more »
Fernandes’s choice to stay in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina allowed him to develop a true photographic voice within his documentary work. His pieces capture those caught in the crossroads of history, whose optimism and defiance in spite of repression and poverty are used daily as a means of survival. In Cecelia + Jose Fernandes’s… Read more »