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Spanning eleven acres, the garden contains more than ninety works of art. Free and open to the public seven days a week.

Explore the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden

Spanning eleven acres, the garden contains more than ninety works of art. Free and open to the public seven days a week.

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Photographer Timothy Duffy adds new vitality to the antiquated tintype with portraits of American roots musicians.

Timothy Duffy: Blue Muse

Photographer Timothy Duffy adds new vitality to the antiquated tintype with portraits of American roots musicians.

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Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century French artists navigated political shifts with bold expression in the Age of Revolutions.

Paper Revolutions: French Drawings from the New Orleans Museum of Art

Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century French artists navigated political shifts with bold expression in the Age of Revolutions.

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Exhibition explores 19th-century Western interpretations of Middle Eastern, North African, and East Asian cultures.

Orientalism: Taking and Making

Exhibition explores 19th-century Western interpretations of Middle Eastern, North African, and East Asian cultures.

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Opening June 28th: NOMA's summerlong exhibition brings together eleven international artists who address the role language plays in cultural identities.

Bodies of Knowledge

Opening June 28th: NOMA's summerlong exhibition brings together eleven international artists who address the role language plays in cultural identities.

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You Are Here exhibition questions sense of place in photography

You Are Here: A Brief History of Photography and Place, on view through June 28, explores photographs of place, photographs in place, and photographs about place. The exhibition encourages visitors to think more deeply about how photography mediates their individual experience of the world and other people in it. Read More

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Paper Revolutions: French Drawings from the New Orleans Museum of Art

on view through July 14th, 2019

Paper Revolutions: French Drawings from the New Orleans Museum of Art traces the politics of draftsmanship in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This selection features works on paper by celebrated painters Jacques-Louis David, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, and Eugène Delacroix, as well as lesser-known artists, such as Nicolas Lejeune. Read More


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