A multi-media group exhibit, “Structure for Landscape: Exploring the Built Environment,” will open at the HomeSpace Gallery of New Orleans on Saturday, May 12. It will feature the work of seven visual artists, including two photographers, as well as two architects and a sound artist.
An opening reception will begin at 6 p.m. on Saturday.
Among the photographers with work in the exhibit are NOPA member Richard McCabe, curator of photography at the Crescent City’s Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and Jill Stoll. NOPA member Maria Levitsky is the exhibit curator.
The exhibit will run through Sunday. June 3. A performance by Philippe Landry will be held in connection with the exhibit on Saturday, May 19.
Others with work in the exhibit include Landry, Alyssa Dennis, Anne Nelson, Daniel Kelly, David Jason Pressgrove, Hannah Chalew, Jeff Rinehart and Kentarto Tsubaki.
The HomeSpace gallery is located at 1128 St. Roch Ave. in New Orleans, at the intersection with Marais Street. The gallery is open on Saturdays from noon to 5 p.m., Sundays from noon until 3 p.m., and by appointment.
Image: “Motel, NC, 2011,” by Richard McCabe.