The Warehouse District in New Orleans teems with contemporary art galleries, hip new restaurants, a renowned Southern art museum—and of course, strong, strong drinks.
This article is part of a series of conversations with scholars engaged with Black art for Black History Month. See also Folasade Ologundudu’s interviews with Richard J. Powell, Bridget R. Cooks, and Darby English. *** One cannot consider the present-day field of African American art history without mention of Sarah Lewis. The associate professor of the History
Gaëlle Choisne’s exhibition—her first at this gallery named for its production of artists’ editions—feels at home here, as her work consistently addresses porous boundaries between original and copy,
Eddie Martinez New Paintings 2 March 18 – May 15, 2021 Loyal, Stockholm
CHART is pleased to present “Haven,” an exhibition of new works by Shona McAndrew. Occupying both floors of the gallery, McAndrew will debut nine new paintings and seven new watercolors. With this