ANTIGRAVITY MAGAZINE PRESENTS: OUT LOUD Featuring: Sean Ambrose, Adrienne Battistella, Beau Patrick Coulon, Patrick Melon, Lenore Seal, Gabby Steib, Brandt Vicknair, Avery Leigh White December 7, 2016 – January 8, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 7-10pm Though our medium of choice is black and white newsprint, ANTIGRAVITY has fostered some of New Orleans’ best photographic […]
Arno Rafael Minkkinen Community Workshop: The Power of Three December 7, 2016 | 9am-5pm NOPA Gallery Workshop Fee: FREE, but participants must apply for selection Class limit: 10 | Apply below Course Objective Through the Power of Three, students learn what it means to build a consistent body of work. Minkkinen will guide students to discover a pathway […]
Arno Rafael Minkkinen Keynote Lecture December 8, 2016 6:30pm Followed by the PhotoGALA 7:30-10pm $25 in advance/ $30 at the door Purchase Keynote & Gala Tickets Here Exploring the relationship between the body and the environment, Arno Rafael Minkkinen’s photographs inhabit the space between self-portraiture and landscape photography. For the PhotoNOLA 2016 keynote lecture Minkkinen […]
Gallery Artist Group Show December 3 – 24, 2016 Opening: Saturday, Dec 3, 6-8pm Group exhibition featuring: Dawn Dedeaux, Ted Kincaid, David Halliday, George Dureau, Robert Polidori, David Leventi, John Waters, Deborah Luster, Anderson & Low
boyd | satellite Group Show December 1 – 31, 2016 Opening: Saturday, Dec 3, 6-9pm Evening reception in conjunction with PhotoNOLA and LuneFete Saturday, Dec 10, 5-7pm An eclectic exhibition presenting works by international and local photographers. The exhibition features work from two series by Andres Serrano with original signed polaroids; a Christopher Makos‘ portrait of Warhol; […]
BUREAU of CHANGE: Social Services October 1, 2016 – ongoing Opening: to be announced on social media BUREAU of CHANGE: Social Services is an interactive intervention. It reframes internet-sourced images and reflects the interplay between what we are shown and what we see. Installed at US/IS, a series of false storefronts that act as containers […]
Canon Printing Demos Thursday Dec 8 – Sunday Dec 11, 2016 10am-4pm each day Free and open to the public Join Canon representatives for creative printing demonstrations. The public is invited to drop in with a digital image file and walk away with a beautiful 11×17 or 13×19 fine art print, courtesy of Canon and […]
Chen Gu: Your Endless Pleasure Stop November 12, 2016 – January 8, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Nov 12, 6-9pm Encore reception: Saturday, Dec 10, 6-9pm Artist Statement: In the spring of 2015 my parents and I made a trip to Shanghai, where my father was born and raised and where I spent most of the first […]
Clarence John Laughlin and His Contemporaries: A Picture and a Thousand Words November 15, 2016 – March 18, 2017 Opening: Nov 15, 2016 A Louisiana native, Clarence John Laughlin (1905 – 1985) began his career as photographer in the 1930s, eventually emerging as one of America’s pioneers in surrealist and experimental photography. Though he felt […]
CURRENTS 2016: NOPA Members Showcase December 8, 2016 – January 29, 2017 Opening & Juror’s Talk: Friday, Dec 9, 5-7pm This annual exhibition was created to showcase contemporary photographic work created by New Orleans Photo Alliance members. The 2016 show was juried by Kevin Miller, associate curator for the Southeast Museum of Photography, and features: […]
Cut Tear Burn Sew: Valerie Corradetti, Maria Levitsky, and Jeffrey Rinehart November 12 – December 11, 2016 Opening: November 12 and December 10, 6-9pm Curated by University of New Orleans, Department of Fine Arts, Artist in Residence Ariya Martin, works by University of New Orleans Master of Fine Arts alumni Valerie Corradetti, Maria Levitsky, and […]
David Armentor: En Tout Cas November 29 – December 31, 2016 Opening: Saturday, Dec 3, 5:30-8pm David Armentor’s “En Tout Cas” explores the notion that we subconsciously alter our past through malleable memories. In this body of work Armentor has mined his memories to recreate representative imagery of select scenes from his upbringing in the […]
David Joshua Jennings: Butoh December 10, 2016 – January 4, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6pm Butoh is a style of Japanese modern dance that resists definition. Beginning in early 2015, David Joshua Jennings began collaborating with students of the Subbody Resonance Butoh school in Dharamshala, India, and over the next few months documented unscripted performances, […]
Diane Fox: UnNatural History December 10, 2016 -January 8, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6-10pm For the past several years, Diane Fox has trained her eye on the taxidermied animal. This solo exhibit includes two directions the work has taken, UnNatural History and UnNatural History Portraits. UnNatural HIstory is a collection of photographs shot in […]
“DYLAN” James Stansbury: It’s the Music that brings the Smiles December 1 -31, 2016 Opening: Saturday Dec 3, 1pm- 4pm A ubiquitous presence at area nightclubs, concert venues and festivals since his teens, “DYLAN” James Stansbury has shot tens of thousands of photographs spanning nearly every genre of music. Besides his work photographing musicians in […]
Eric Whitaker: Traverses December 10-11, 2016 Opening: Saturday, Dec10, 6-9pm Traverses is Eric Whitaker’s ongoing survey of places in his Bywater neighborhood where regimented and unfettered elements converge. At these junctions, the interplay of shadow, line, reflection, and color can make spatial relationships difficult to parse. Whether elements are crossing through or laying across one […]
FEDORACLE 3 December 6, 2016 – January 3, 2017 Opening: Tuesday, Dec 6, 5-7pm, Second Floor Michael Fedor presents Fedoracle 3 – a group art exhibition featuring photography by Blake Boyd, Michael Fedor and Natasha Sanchez. Artists include Mina Bellavia, Patti D’Amico, Patricia Gilberti, Emily Romaine, Ted Walley and William Warren. Complimentary beer and food […]
Frank Relle: Until the Water December 1 – 31, 2016 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6-10pm An exhibition of Frank Relle’s ongoing night exploration of the swamps, marshes and bayous of the South. Frank Relle is a photographer born and based in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated from Tulane University with degrees in Cognitive Science and […]
God’s Country December 5, 2016 – January 7, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6-9pm God’s Country is a collective exploration of Louisiana’s frontiers by Southerly Gold, an ensemble of three female photographers —Aubrey Edwards, Ariya Martin, Elena Ricci— living and working in New Orleans. Following the historic trail of desire for Southern Utopia, this work […]
Hiroki Nakashima: Tokyo Attribute December 8, 2016 – January 8, 2017 Opening: Thursday, Dec 8, 6:30 pm For PhotoNOLA 2016, the Cita Dennis Hubbell Library hosts a solo exhibition by Hiroki Nakashima. His series, Tokyo Attribute, features portraits of strangers discovered on the streets, documenting the fashion, behavior, and zeitgeist of Tokyo’s youth. Statement Tokyo […]
in our nature: Jason Kerzinski and Han Shun Zhou December 8-11, 2016 Opening: Thursday, Dec 8, 6-9pm, featuring music by Soul O’ Sam jazz band Two photographers, two world views, the theme is “in our nature.” Featuring Jason Kerzinski and Han Shun Zhou Experience the creative art of two disparate artists as they transpose their […]
In Print: Multi-Artist Book Signing Sunday, December 11, 2016 4-5pm Authors of recent photography publications will be available to sign and discuss their books. The book signings will take place in the lobby, with books available for purchase inside the museum. Featuring: Langdon Clay – Cars, New York City 1974-1976 Maude Schuyler Clay – Mississippi […]
Jan Arrigo: The Corpse is the Wax Museum: Photographs from the Musee Conti December 8, 2016 – January 29, 2017 Opening: Thursday, Dec 8, 6-10pm Exhibit will also be open concurrent with the productions of “The Nightmare Before Christmas Burlesque Show” and “Santaland Diaries.” “See Napoleon in his bath!” was The Musee Conti Wax Museum’s […]
Jeanine Michna-Bales: TWO PROJECTS: An Overview December 10, 2016 – March 19, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6-9pm The New Orleans Photo Alliance is delighted to present the work of Jeanine Michna-Bales, winner of the 2015 PhotoNOLA Review Prize, in the NOPA Gallery. Bales will show two projects: The Barnett Shale: A Frack-tured Land and Through Darkness to […]
Jennifer Shaw: Flood State December 1, 2016 – February 15, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 3, 6-8pm Flood State is a new series by Jennifer Shaw about weather anxieties and the precarious act of making a home on vulnerable land. With small scale photogravures, she imagines a future where we must adjust and adapt to survive in a […]
Joel-Peter Witkin is renowned as the creator of elaborately constructed photographic tableaux exploring grand themes of religion, sex and mortality.
A Gallery for Fine Photography
December 10, 2016 – March 10, 2017
Julie Verlinden: New Orleans Cityshapes December 8-31, 2016 For PhotoNOLA 2016, La Divina Gelateria presents an exhibition of New Orleans focused works by Julie Verlinden. In the artist’s own words: “I am showing a selection from my series ‘New Orleans – cityshapes’. This rather graphic collection of shapes, color and light, shows how the very […]
Kenneth Josephson: Photography Is September 9, 2016 – February 19, 2017 Kenneth Josephson: Photography Is presents a brief survey of the work of Kenneth Josephson (American, born 1932), one of the most inventive photographers of the second half of the twentieth century. The exhibition presents a brief survey of the work of Kenneth Josephson (American, […]
Kimberly Witham: Vanitas December 1 – 31, 2016 Opening: Saturday, Dec 3, 6-8pm A rear gallery debut exhibition of works from Kimberly Witham‘s ongoing series’, On Ripeness and Rot and Wunderkammer. National Geographic video addressing the use of creating ethical art from the dead animals found by the artist.
Lifting the Veil Featuring: Craig J. Nero, Darcy Culp, Jill Shampine, Tish Douzart December 7 – 30, 2016 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6-11pm Lifting the Veil II is a small group show exploring the many faces of New Orleans and its relationship with the unknown. What makes this vibrant and eclectic city so mysterious? Is […]
Linka A Odom: In the Land of Gilded Pagodas December 7 – 15, 2016 Opening: Wednesday, Dec 7, 7-9pm Enter the private home of Photographer Linka A Odom to see recent images from Burma/Myanmar, as well as images from her private collection, including Herman Leonard, Jim Marshall, William Claxton, Steve Banks and more.
lost + found: Sarah Paz Hyde + Chrystal Lea Nause December 10, 2016 – January 6, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6 – 10pm Gallery talk: Sunday, Dec 11, 10:30 am Closing Reception: Thursday, January 5, 6 – 10pm “lost + found” is a two person exhibition of large-format photographic works by Sarah Paz Hyde […]
Artisan Bar & Cafe presents Louisiana Captured: Jasmine LeFlore, Ryan Lips, a group show featuring two Louisiana photographers’ stark and powerful images of our state.
LUMINOUS: It’s How The Light Gets In December 1, 2016 – January 7, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 7-10pm Treo presents a group show featuring Brittany Markert, Zachary Dubuisson, Erin Nelson, and Mara Foley. Treo generally show movies related to the featured art during the course of the month. So stay tuned to find out […]
man-I-fest: Arthur Serverio, Julie Verlinden, and Muffin Bernstein December 1, 2016 – December 31, 2016 Opening: Friday, Dec 2, 6-9pm Group show featuring burlesque and drag portraiture by Arthur Serverio, Julie Verlinden, and Muffin Bernstein.
Spiritual YAYA: Voudou December 10, 2016 – January 7, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 7, 6:00pm Spiritual YAYA: Voudou, is an exhibit of photographs by Mary Lou Uttermohlen showing Sallie Ann Glassman’s Voudou Society, La Source Ancienne Ounfo. This installation is part of a larger series documenting the unique spirituality of New Orleans called Spiritual YAYA. […]
Matthew Finley: Fragile December 3, 2016 – January 28, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 3, 6-9pm Fragile, a solo show featuring Matthew Finley‘s unique wetplate collodion tintypes, and 7×7 & 12×12 aluminum plates. Artist Statement: God, but life is loneliness, despite all the opiates the shrill tinsel gaiety of ‘parties’ with no purpose, despite the false […]
Matthew Shain: Staring Problems December 10, 2016 – January 7, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6-9pm New ongoing work by Matthew Shain.
Maude Schuyler Clay: Mississippi History October 1, 2016 – January 15, 2017 Opening: October 1, 2016 during Art for Arts Sake, 6-9pm PhotoNOLA Gallery Talk & Book Signing: Sunday, Dec 11, 3-4pm Maude Schuyler Clay is a fifth generation Mississippian. Clay started her color portrait series Mississippi History in 1975 when she acquired her first […]
Muffin Bernstein: Silent Spring October 1- December 31, 2016 Honey tasting on October 15th from 10am – 2pm “The variety and multiplicity of threats to pollinators and pollination generate risks to people and livelihoods, these risks are largely driven by changes in land cover and agricultural management systems, including pesticide use.” – UN Intergovernmental Science-Policy […]
fLight – a collection of feather lumen prints Natasha Sanchez December 2-31, 2016 Opening: Friday, Dec 2, 6-10pm Statement: My fascination with feather printing coincided with the launch of the Louisiana World Tour; and a swamp, a bug & a pheasant feather started it all. This exhibition is a collection of lumen print feathers that […]
Of Human Bonds December 10, 2016 – February 28, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 5:30pm The Creative Alliance of New Orleans presents Of Human Bonds, an exhibition showing the work of three photographers investigating different aspects of the human condition and the struggles to attain equilibrium in lives full of inequities. Marti Corn: Out […]
Peter Sarkisian November 5 – December 31, 2016 Receptions: Saturday, Nov 5 + Saturday, Dec 3, 5-9pm MOVING IMAGE, recent video projections and installations by Santa Fe-based artist Peter Sarkisian.
Photopia: A Group Show December 1 – January 6 Opening: Friday, Dec 9, 6-9pm Group Show featuring the photographers of Where Y’Art.
Photos from the Flat File: A benefit for Antenna December 2 – 30, 2016 Opening: Friday, Dec 2, 6-9pm Saturday, Dec 10: gallery open 10am-10pm for city wide gallery openings Sunday, Dec 11: Arts and Activism Fundraiser for Antenna, Artist Talk and Cocktail Reception, 5-7pm The Foundation Gallery is collaborating with Antenna, a local non-profit […]
PhotoWALK: One Night, Seventy Photographers Friday, December 9, 2016 6-9pm Free and open to the public Participants in the PhotoNOLA Portfolio Review will display their work for an evening portfolio walk in the Ogden’s Patrick F. Taylor Library. The seventy portfolios on display will cover every aspect of the photographic spectrum, from antiquarian processes to […]
Pictures of the Year International: Visions of Excellence December 3, 2016 – February 19, 2017 Gallery Talk with Rick Shaw: Sunday, Dec. 11, 11am Visions of Excellence, a collection of 50 extraordinary images created by photojournalists from around the world, is now on view at the New Orleans Jazz Museum at the Old U.S. […]
PoliticoPopUp 2 December 10- 18, 2016 Opening: Dec 10, 6-10pm with live music by ZenBeatz and a poetry reading by Rodger Kamenetz; Closing: Dec 17 with live music by Tranche. The Catalyst Collective New Orleans invites you to: PoliticoPopUp 2 PoliticoPopUp was conceived specifically for artists who create political art with few outlets to have […]
Preserving New Orleans Second Line Culture November 5 – December 18, 2016 Opening: Saturday, Nov 12, 6-9pm Preserving New Orleans Second Lines Culture. An exhibition featuring the photographic works of Judy Cooper, L.J. Goldstein, Brad Edelman, Charles M. Lovell, Jerry Moran, M.J. Mastogiavanni, Leslie Parr, and historical work by Michael P. Smith and Jules Cahn […]
Psychopomp Rachel June, Joseph Walton, Sean Yseult December 1 – 31, 2016 Opening: Friday, Dec 2, 6-9pm with live music Castillo Blanco will be exhibiting, “Psychopomp” a group show featuring three New Orleans based photographers. The artist include: Rachel June, Joseph Walton, and Sean Yseult. Let your eyes settle into the dark and find the […]
Ruddy Roye Lecture: When Living Is a Protest December 11, 2016 10am Free and open to the public Radcliffe “Ruddy” Roye discusses his 15-year career in photojournalism and his editorial and environmental portraits. A self-proclaimed “Instagram Activist”, Roye combines powerful images with in-depth narratives. These reflections are drawn from engaged and intimate dialogue with his […]
René Merino: Miami Beach 2005-2007 December 1, 2016 – January 7, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6-9pm Closing Reception: Saturday, Jan 7, 6-8pm Solo photo exhibition by René Merino, features selected images from Miami Beach.
Revolt: transmissions from the social/political battlefield C+J (Cecelia + Jose Fernandes) December 1, 2016 – February 5, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 5-8pm ¬†Revolt: Transmissions from the Social/Political battle field ¬†¬†¬†Everything is in flux. Our political landscape is tattered and our accepted narratives are being redefined on a daily basis. The war is being waged […]
Rick Olivier: Pictures From The Bayou – Photographs 1975 – 1982 December 8, 2016 – January 8, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6-10 pm Artist Talk & Studio Tour: Sunday, Jan 8, 1pm Solo exhibition of black & white photographs featuring the people, landscape, and culture of the Bayou Lafourche area of Southeastern Louisiana. Rick […]
Roy Guste: Remembering New Orleans November & December, 2016 Opening: November 2nd, TBD Roye Guste is a Native New Orleanian, Restaurateur, Realtor, Author, and Photographer. Friends and clients have often remarked that his photography reminds them of places and events in their own lives growing up and living in New Orleans. For that reason the […]
Radcliffe “Ruddy” Roye Workshop: Streets & Portraits December 8 + 9, 2016 10am-3pm YaYa Arts Center Workshop Fee: $395 Class limit: 12 | Register Here Course Description Radcliffe “Ruddy” Roye will lead a two-day workshop for photographers wishing to hone their street documentary and portraiture skills. Through a combination of location shooting, discussion and review, […]
New Orleans Museum of Art
September 9, 2016 – February 19, 2017
Southern Exotic Jason Kruppa (photography) along with mixed media by Briana Catarino, Johanna Rotondo-McCord, Frances Rodriguez & Lauren Eckstein Schonekas December 1, 2016 – January 19, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 3, 5-8pm Southern Exotic will feature photography by Jason Kruppa alongside mixed media works by Briana Catarino, Johanna Rotondo-McCord, Frances Rodriguez and Lauren Eckstein Schonekas. […]
Stephen Thorne: I’m Every Woman December 8, 2016 – January 5, 2017 Opening: Friday, Dec 9, 8-11pm featuring music by Helen Gillet Who she was and why she was: For the fourth year in a row, the artfully inclined International House hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana presents MAGDALENA, an exhibition of provocative, evocative photographs that […]
surREAL Feat. Tina Freeman, Kenny Morrison, Irby Pace, Chuck Ramirez December 10 – 31, 2016 Opening: December 10, 2016, 6 – 8 pm Group exhibition of surrealist photography featuring Tina Freeman, Kenny Morrison, Irby Pace, and Chuck Ramirez.
Susan Burnstine is renowned for her dramatic black and white images, drawn from her dreams and nightmares. Join her for a lecture and book signing on Dec 11. Free and open to the public.
December 9 & 10, 2016
The Blue Library Vol 2: Conversations Various Photographers December 10, 2016 – January 29, 2017 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6-10pm The first volume of The Blue Library is currently in the permanent collection at Antenna. It included 30 photobooks by photographers all over the country made specially for the exhibition. The second volume is a […]
Thomas Dodd: the Painterly Photo December 6-18, 2016 Opening: Saturday, Dec 10, 6 – 9pm A solo exhibition of photographic art work by Thomas Dodd – a visual artist and photographer based out of Atlanta, Georgia who has developed a style that he calls “painterly photo montage”. Dodd’s work draws from mythic and quasi-religious themes […]
United Bakery Gallery Collective at Sanctuary December 8-11, 2016 Opening: Saturday, Dec 9, 6pm Please join the United Bakery Gallery Art Collective at Sanctuary for PhotoNOLA’s annual photography festival. This show will feature photographs from members of the UBG collective: Liam Conway, Lauren Miller, Daniel Grey, Sarah Davis, Benjamin Aleshire, and Brianna Serene Kelly.
December 8, 2016