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Ben Depp: Tide Lines

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 Mississippi River, Louisiana is now rapidly eroding. Over the past eighty years, our coast has lost two thousand square miles of wetlands in its transition back to open water.

Freedom or Death: Welcome to Ukraine.

The New Orleans Photo Alliance is excited to announce, after a successful two-month show at The Parlour Gallery, “Freedom or Death / Воля або смерть“ will open at the New Orleans Photo Alliance Gallery on Friday the 27th 5:30-8:30pm. We are proud to offer this space for conversation about Ukraine and hope you will join… Read More »Freedom or Death: Welcome to Ukraine.


December 15, 2023 – January 29, 2024Hosted by the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 925 Camp St, New Orleans, LA 70130 Photographers are invited to submit work for consideration in CURRENTS 2023. CURRENTS is an annual exhibition which highlights the diverse photographic work being created by New Orleans Photo Alliance members (non-members can join here).… Read More »CURRENTS 2023

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

GiveNOLA Day is May 2, 2023!

Click here to Donate In our 18th year, the New Orleans Photo Alliance has enriched the community of greater New Orleans, and the southern region as a whole, by sharing and fostering photographic visions through exhibitions, programming, an affordable resource center, the PhotoNOLA Festival, community partnerships, and grants for Louisiana and Gulf Coast area artists.… Read More »GiveNOLA Day is May 2, 2023!

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Mexico, 1985 by Leslie Parr

PHOTO NOIR:Light and shadow in black and white film photography

Mexico, 1985, by Dr. Leslie Parr Opening Reception: Saturday, April 8, 5pm – 8pm, On view through May 6, 2023New Orleans Photo Alliance Gallery7800 Oak Street, New Orleans, LA 70130Gallery: 504-919-4510, 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… Read More »PHOTO NOIR:Light and shadow in black and white film photography

Ruth Orkin: In Motion

New Orleans Photo Alliance is pleased to present Ruth Orkin: In Motion, an exhibition celebrating the works of the pioneering 20th-century photographer and filmmaker Ruth Orkin, curated by Natalie Cooney and Rebecca Rau. Perhaps best recognized for her series chronicling the experience of traveling alone as a woman, and the iconic image American Girl in… Read More »Ruth Orkin: In Motion