Mash Buhtaydusss, barbie l’hoste + brandt vicknair
Mash Buhtaydusss is a collaborative art duo native to New Orleans, La. opening reception: Saturday, June 10th – 6pm-9pm The team breathes new life into decaying spaces by inviting unlikely characters to join them. These characters aid in the invention of imaginative landscapes that become metanarratives in a series of surreal events and disappointments left… Read More »Mash Buhtaydusss, barbie l’hoste + brandt vicknair
On view December – January 31
Gallery hours of operation Thursday – Saturday, 11 am – 4 pm
Still Life, the depiction of predominately inanimate objects, can offer us new ways of looking at the ordinary. The works in this exhibition were chosen for their meticulous care in the selecting, arranging, and lighting of the subject matter. Some of the pieces are sublime in their beauty, others offer up an inexplicable mystery. They… Read More »Still Life
December 10, 2021 – February 6, 2022Hosted by the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 925 Camp St, 70130 Featured image: Sue Palmer Stone, Untitled, from the series Embodiment — Salvaging a Self, 2020 It was a pleasure and an unexpected challenge to look through so many stand-out examples of photography being made today. A pleasure… Read More »CURRENTS 2021
December 8, 2021 – January 29, 2022As a part of New Orleans Photo Alliance’s 2021 PhotoNOLA Programming, the NOPA Gallery will be hosting a solo exhibition of work by Vikesh Kapoor (b. 1985, Pennsylvania), the 2019 PhotoNOLA Review Prize Winner. ARTIST STATEMENT My ongoing project, See You at Home, is a personal narrative that centers… Read More »See You At Home:
November 5, 2021 – November 21, 2021NOPA is bringing back Critters!, an exhibition celebrating the personalities of non-human creatures. Critters! will be digitally projected at the NOPA Recourse Center & Gallery, 7800 Oaks St., November 5-21. This exhibition’s call-for-entry was part of NOPA’s annual GiveNOLA day fundraiser. During this year’s campaign, 120 donors raised nearly… Read More »Critters!
July 24, 2021 – October 29, 2021 “This exhibition is in conjunction with the inaugural opening of NOPA’s darkroom. I wanted to remind our photographic community of what is creatively possible in darkrooms like the one now available for use at the NOPA Resource Center. Collectively, these photographers have achieved just that. The photographs presented… Read More »Summer 2021 Juried Exhibition: Remember the Darkroom?
Featured image: New Harmony Sophomore Kayln Jackson talking about her working during the opening reception for What is Harmony. Photo by Nic Aziz As part of our on going collaboration with New Harmony High School and the New Orleans Museum of Art, NOPA coordinated a project to with local students to explore the fundamentals of… Read More »What Is Harmony?
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