This collection of photographs and artist statement are excerpted from my recently published book, Tide Lines: A Photographic Record of Louisiana’s Disappearing Coast, (2023. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi). I have spent nine years photographing the beauty, complexity, and destruction of South Louisiana from a powered paraglider. Once formed by sediment deposited by the…
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NOPA is pleased to present a two-person exhibition showcasing work from Brandon Thibodeaux, the 2014 Michael P. Smith Fund for Documentary Photography recipient and Keliy Anderson-Staley, the 2014 Clarence John Laughlin Award recipient. June 6, 2015 – July 25, 2015 Brandon Thibodeaux, the Michael P. Smith Fund Grant winner, will exhibit selections from his series… Read More »Brandon Thibodeaux: When Morning Comes / Keliy Anderson-Staley: [Hyphen] Americans
April 23, 2015 – May 31, 2015 Image: Jerry Lee Lewis, Ramada Inn, Boston, Massachusetts, 1976
March 12, 2015 – April 5, 2015 Jurors: Deborah Willis and Carol McCusker.
January 31, 2015 – March 8, 2015 Featuring 18 photographs from Betsy Gosling, Jose Fernandes, Daniel Kramer, and Fred E Husserl.
The New Orleans Photo Alliance and wildly popular local Instagram @lookatthisfuckinstreet announce Look at This F**kin Street, a juried digital exhibition highlighting the spirit that emerges from dysfunctional urban infrastructure.
The Disposable Camera Workshop, a new exhibition coming to the NOPA Gallery’s Community Wall, features photographs made by military veterans participating in the Headway Program, part of the Bastion Community of Resilience in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Disposable Camera Workshop will be on display starting April 3rd, 2021. After participating in lessons on formal photography,… Read More »The Disposable Camera Workshop Exhibition