Review: Kaori Maeyama reveals the visual secrets of New Orleans after dark by D. Eric Bookhardt

Gambit Weekly

June 17, 2019

Cultural Deconstructions: Critical Issues in Collage, curated by Ric Kasini Kadour, takes place at LeMieux Galleries in New Orleans, as the main exhibition at Kolaj Fest New Orleans. Norah Lovell’s work is featured in the exhibition, and she will participate in a symposium “Curatorial issues in Collage” at the gallery.

“Curatorial issues in Collage” symposium at LeMieux Galleries: Saturday July 13, 1:45-3pm

Exhibition: July 10 - 27, 2019, LeMieux Galleries hours are Monday - Saturday, 10a-5:30p

Forecast 2019 at San Francisco Camerawork presents Kristina Knipe’s work

June 27 - August 17, 2019, SF Camerawork hours: Wednesday - Saturday, 12-6p

Norah Lovell’s work is featured in And Another Thing…: Collage and Assemblage Work, curated by Carol Leake, at Barrister’s Gallery

March 9 - April 6, 2019, Barrister’s Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday 11a-5p

The Octavia Art Gallery booth (B05) features Aaron Collier’s work at Scope Miami Beach

December 4-9, 2018

Aaron Collier’s solo exhibition, Of Rocks and Ruins, is at Octavia Art Gallery - New Orleans

October 6 - 27, 2018, Octavia Art Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10a-6p

Kristina Knipe’s recent work is featured in Thirty New Orleans Artists at Second Story Gallery

September 8 - November 3, 2018, Second Story Gallery hours: Monday - Sunday 9a-8p

Talking Walls, a group show at Tulane University's Carroll Gallery features Kaori Maeyama's recent paintings

August 22 - September 20, 2018, Carroll Gallery hours: Monday - Friday 9a-4p


Norah Lovell’s new work is included in a group show at The Front curated by Lee Diegaard, titled Calamity Jane

August 11 - September 2, 2018, The Front gallery hours Saturdays and Sundays, 12-5p


Jack Niven's cast concrete pieces from a body of work Footings are featured in Constructing the Break at the Contemporary Arts Center, and in Louisiana Contemporary at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Both exhibitions open on White Linen Night, August 4, at 5:30p

Constructing the Break @ CAC: August 4 - October 6, 2018

Louisiana Contemporary @ Ogden Museum of Southern Art: August 4 - November 4, 2018


Exhibition Pick: Kaori Maeyama by Benjamin Morris, on Signal and Noise

Pelican Bomb

July 6, 2018


Review: Kaori Maeyama's Signal and Noise by D. Eric Bookhardt

Gambit Weekly

June 18, 2018


Minimalism at Staple Goods by Sylvie Contiguglia, on Jack Niven's Footings

Art e-Walk

February 27, 2018


Tulane University's Carroll Gallery features works by Aaron Collier, William DePauw, and Anne C. Nelson in Tulane Contemporary.4

November 16, 2017 - February 9, 2018, Carroll Gallery hours M-F 9am-4pm


5 Press Gallery presents lo-cus: work by NOCCA alum Lorna Williams

September 9 - November 26, 2017, 5 Press Gallery hours Thursday-Sunday, 10am-3pm


Review: There's more than meets the eye in Lorna Williams' brilliant show by John D'addario, on lo-cus

The New Orleans Advocate

October 30, 2017


Lorna Williams at 5 Press Gallery by D. Eric Bookhardt, on lo-cus

New Orleans Art Insider

October 1, 2017


Norah Lovell's work is featured in Labor of Love, curated by Laura Richens, at Tulane University's Carroll Gallery

August 31 - October 6, 2017, Carroll Gallery hours M-F 9am-4pm


Review: The Passenger by Kaori Maeyama by D. Eric Bookhardt

Gambit Weekly

June 20, 2017


Staple Goods brings Two Blocks From Elysian Fields: Recent Work From New Orleans to The Clemente in NYC

(Click HERE for installation images)

June 1 - 30, 2017, The Clemente Galley hours M-F 3:30-7pm


Earth and Lights by Sylvie Contiguglia, on Cynthia Scott's Lumieres

Art e-Walk

January 24, 2013


Review: PhotoNOLA Exhibits by D. Eric Bookhardt, on Painters' Choice: Photographs by Lake Newton

Gambit Weekly

December 18, 2012


Review: Otherness and American Values by D. Eric Bookhardt, on Katrina Andry's prints at Staple Goods

Gambit Weekly

August 21, 2012


Review: Works at Parse Gallery and Staple Goods by D. Eric Bookhardt, on Bobbery

Gambit Weekly

June 26, 2012


Last Call: Daniel Kelly at Staple Goods by Taylor Murrow

Pelican Bomb

May 2, 2012


St. Claude Exposed: Pair of CAC Exhibits Spotlight Blooming Downtown Art Scene by Brad Rhines

NOLA Defender

February 2012