Call for Entry: PHOTO NOIR:Light and shadow in black and white film photography
Mexico, 1985, by Dr. Leslie Parr PHOTO NOIR: Light and Shadow in Black and White Film Photography This exhibit celebrates light—the quintessential element of photography—and the shadows that the help define the emotion, detail and information contained in the photograph. In classic Film Noir movies, shadows accentuated mystery and mood and exposed character and motive.… Read More »Call for Entry: PHOTO NOIR:Light and shadow in black and white film photography
On view December – January 31
Gallery hours of operation Thursday – Saturday, 11 am – 4 pm
December 12, 2020 – January 31, 2021 On View at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art CURRENTS is an annual exhibition that highlights the diverse photographic work being created by New Orleans Photo Alliance members. It is a showcase exhibition designed to give an overview of contemporary photographic practices and projects. CURRENTS 2020 was curated… Read More »CURRENTS 2020
July 14, 2020 – September 30, 2020 French cultural influence is rooted in Louisiana and the vast Cajun and Creole population has greatly contributed to its preservation through food, language and music. In celebration of this heritage, the New Orleans Photo Alliance, the French Chamber of Commerce, the Alliance Française, the French Consulate of New… Read More »What is French in Louisiana?
June 30 – September 30, 2020 Featured image: Karen Bullock, Robing Room (Mobile, Alabama), 2019 Juror’s statementIn February, the New Orleans Photo Alliance approached me about participating in an exhibition, and together we came up with a concept that reflected an interest in photography’s capacity to represent moments-in-between, to explore the notions of liminal states… Read More »On the Line
March 20, 2020 – May 31, 2020 This exhibition includes images from several bodies of work. They are a very personal meditation on beauty, fecundity, fragility and the inevitable march of time. The visual language of these images is borrowed from classical Dutch still life painting. In these paintings flowers, fruit and flesh are represented… Read More »Kimberly Witham: The Accidental Naturalist
February 7, 2020 – March 10, 2020 The NOPA Gallery is excited to host an exhibit with WriteBrained, a local youth program founded by Nic Brierre Aziz. The exhibit will be a collaboration with students from New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics High School (Sci High) and other New Orleans youth. It will focus on… Read More »Raw Emotion
Featured image: Roadside Preacher, LaFollette, TN December 8, 2018 – February 2, 2019 Rachel Boillot, recipient of the 2017 PhotoNOLA Review Prize, presents her series Moon Shine, in which she documents the traditions of music and faith and in the Appalachians. The opening reception is SATURDAY December 15 at 6pm . At 7pm the same night, Rachel Boillot will… Read More »Rachel Boillot: Moon Shine
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