Good Children Gallery is a pioneer artist-run space in the St. Claude Arts District aimed at enhancing the cultural landscape of New Orleans.
The act of memorializing and re-representing history, the use of ornament and pattern, and how labor relates to these processes...
This three-person exhibition, featuring Sheri Fleck Rieth, Tom Lee and Herb Rieth, had the essence of a play with charmingly eccentric characters that all share a different perspective on a larger story.
Reflecting on the recent Hand in Glove conference, James McAnally addresses the past and future of artist-centered practice: How are we to build on our own legacies? Why do we falter when we talk about sustainability? How do we understand our capacities?
For the first edition of BOOK CLUB we will review Ben Davis’s "9.5 Theses on Art and Class." This fourth discussion covers the last two chapters in the section titled, "Art and Its Audiences."
Iceberg is a non-commercial gallery space located in a turn-of-the-century, historic carriage house behind the home of Dr. Daniel S. Berger, MD and his partner, Scott Wenthe.
In this hypertext review, Kevin Weil asks, "Is unwrapping a form of archeology?" Make sure to click on everything.....
LVL3 is dedicated to supporting collaborative work and group shows of all mediums to foster connections between emerging and established artists from around the world.
From Ortega y Gasset Projects (O y G), Clare Britt interviews artist Susan Bee on her paintings exhibited in the recent exhibition, "The Sacred and Profane Love Machine" curated by Karla Wozniak.
For the first edition of BOOK CLUB we will review Ben Davis’s "9.5 Theses on Art and Class." This third discussion covers the first three chapters (six, seven and eight) in the section titled, "Art and Its Audiences."