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The act of memorializing and re-representing history, the use of ornament and pattern, and how labor relates to these processes…
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.
In our ongoing series with Ortega y Gasset Projects (O y G), member Sheilah Wilson talks with show organizer and member of O y G collective, Joshua Bienko, and artist, Piper Brett, about their recent exhibition, “Bad as I Wanna Be.”
PARSE (formerly Parse Gallery) is a curator-centric space located in a three-story, late 19th century building in New Orleans’ Central Business District that aims to bring curators to the region to produce projects and exhibitions.
Press Street is a New Orleans-based 501c3 literary and visual arts collective formed in 2005 to promote art and literature in the community through events, publications and arts education.
The Front is an artist-run collective and not-for-profit gallery founded by artists in 2008 amidst the post-Katrina resurgence of New Orleans.