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Puerto Rican artist Carlos Rolón connects Louisiana to Latin America and the Caribbean. His solo exhibition remains on view through August 26th.

Carlos Rolón: Outside/In

Puerto Rican artist Carlos Rolón connects Louisiana to Latin America and the Caribbean. His solo exhibition remains on view through August 26th.

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 A retrospective of the famous photographer's works examines his documentation of Louisiana over the course of nearly six decades.

Lee Friedlander in Louisiana

A retrospective of the famous photographer's works examines his documentation of Louisiana over the course of nearly six decades.

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Free and open to the public 7 days a week! Follow our progress as the museum builds an addition to this beloved outdoor art space.

NOMA will double the size of the Besthoff Sculpture Garden in 2018

Free and open to the public 7 days a week! Follow our progress as the museum builds an addition to this beloved outdoor art space.

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NOMA is only the second American museum to host this exhibition of two restored Venetian masterpieces from the 16th century.

Veronese in Murano

NOMA is only the second American museum to host this exhibition of two restored Venetian masterpieces from the 16th century.

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E. John Bullard's collection of American Studio Pottery from the latter half of the twentieth century is on display through July 8th.

Personalities in Clay

E. John Bullard's collection of American Studio Pottery from the latter half of the twentieth century is on display through July 8th.

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Seven contemporary artists focus on forgotten or marginalized stories upon New Orleans' Tricentennial. Exhibition opens June 29th.

Changing Course: Reflections on New Orleans Histories

Seven contemporary artists focus on forgotten or marginalized stories upon New Orleans' Tricentennial. Exhibition opens June 29th.

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Carlos Rolón: Outside/In

on view through August 26th, 2018

Carlos Rolón is internationally recognized for his paintings, sculptures and installations that break down walls. Working with shattered glass, wrought iron fences, and construction cinderblocks, his art takes these barriers to access and transforms them into new points of entry. Outside/In explores the rich connections between New Orleans, Latin America, and the Caribbean through allusions to each region’s natural and built environments. Read More

Lee Friedlander in Louisiana

on view through August 12th, 2018

One of the most famous living American photographers, Lee Friedlander has been visiting Louisiana since 1957 to document New Orleans jazz and to make artful street photographs. Lee Friedlander in Louisiana is the first major exhibition in any institution to examine the full scope and influence of Friedlander’s work in the region on the history of photography. Read More

Veronese in Murano: Two Venetian Renaissance Masterpieces Restored

on view through September 3rd, 2018

NOMA is only the second US museum to host this focused exhibition on two recently conserved and rarely seen paintings by the celebrated Italian Renaissance artist Paolo Veronese (1528–1588), St. Jerome in the Wilderness and St. Agatha Visited in Prison by St. PeterRead More


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  • 18Monday

    Tai Chi/Chi Kung

    6pm - 7pm
    NOMA, in collaboration with the East Jefferson Wellness Center, offers wellness classes every Saturday morning and Monday evening. Read More
  • 19Tuesday

    Museum Highlights Tour

    1pm - 2pm
    NOMA docents guide visitors on hour-long tours of either the permanent collection or special exhibitions. Tours are free with NOMA admission. Meet in the Great Hall to join in! Read More
  • 20Wednesday

    Small Talk: Attributed To: Photographs by E. J. Bellocq

    11am - 11am
    Join Curatorial Fellow Brian Piper as he discusses photographs on view in Attributed To: Photographs by E. J. Bellocq, a focus exhibition that examines the famous portraits of Storyville prostitutes attributed to the early 20th-century New Orleans photographer. Read More

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