NOMA Exhibit ‘What Is A Photograph?’

By Doug McCash, “What is a photograph?” an exhibit tracing the history of photo techniques from 1840 onward opens at the New Orleans Museum of Art April 20 and continues through August 19. The photographs were selected mostly from NOMA’s collection by photo curator Russell Lord. NOMA describes the scope of the show like… Read More

NOMA Opens Kongo Across The Waters

by Claude Robichaux | NOLA Defender This article originally appeared here New Orleans prides herself on the fusion of cultures that combined to build the city we now know. One of the most commonly cited example of those evolutions is jazz’s origins in Congo Square. The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA)’s new installation, Kongo:… Read More

Review: Salutations

D. Eric Bookhardt on Josephine Sacabo’s photos at the New Orleans Museum of Art By D. Eric Bookhardt | Gambit Weekly This review originally appeared here In the French Quarter, there have always been spots where you could look out across rooftops that hint at old Paris and feel transported to another time and place…. Read More

New Orleans Museum Of Art Issues Call For Artists To Participate In NOEW’s 2nd Annual 3D Printed Design Competition, In Partnership With The Idea Village

Entries to be showcased at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW), March 20-27 with winners to be displayed at NOMA New Orleans, La.- The New Orleans Museum of Art, in partnership with The Idea Village, is issuing a call for artists to share their 3D printed designs to be included in New Orleans Entrepreneur Week’s 2nd… Read More

Kongo Across The Waters

On View February 27, 2015 – May 25, 2015 New Orleans, LA- Opening February 27, 2015 at the New Orleans Museum of Art, the exhibition Kongo across the Waters explores the connections between the art and civilization of the African Kongo peoples with that of African American art and culture in the United States. The… Read More

“NOMA 100″… Gifts That Keep On Giving

Polly Renwick treasured her de Kooning. But when John Bullard and Anne Milling asked her to give it away, she couldn’t resist. “We didn’t have to think long and hard,” Renwick, a social worker, said of the decision she made with her husband, retired political science professor Edward F. Renwick, to donate their precious Willem… Read More