Q&A: In Conversation with Bob Snead

Bob Snead is among the dozens of artists represented in Pride of Place: The Making of Contemporary Art in New Orleans, an exhibition of more than 70 works of art donated to NOMA by renowned New Orleans’ gallerist Arthur Roger. Snead’s Family Dollar General Tree represents the type of “small box” stores that have proliferated across America. It is created entirely of cardboard boxes salvaged from these stores, emblazoned with the logos of the crated products. Read More

Q&A: In Conversation with Simon Gunning

Simon Gunning is among dozens of New Orleans-based artists who have been represented by Arthur Roger Gallery. As Pride of Place: The Making of Contemporary Art in New Orleans opens at NOMA, featuring the donated collection of Arthur Roger, Gunning discusses his career and artistic influences, and the role Roger has served in promoting the region’s contemporary artists and collecting their works. Read More

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