The Art Of Rashaad Newsome: From King To Bling

By Eileen Fleming You can read the full article and listen to samples of Rashaad Newsome’s work online here A new exhibit at the New Orleans Museum of Art blends the traditions of the Middle Ages with a futuristic vision of pop culture. The work of former New Orleans resident Rashaad Newsome takes a variety… Read More

Review: King Of Arms

By D. Eric Bookhardt You can read the full article online here Is rap the new performance art? Mega-rapper Jay-Z recently punctuated New York’s summer doldrums with his six-hour Pace Gallery Picasso Baby performance featuring art-world notables in conjunction with his new single and accompanying video of the same name. In a related vein, New… Read More

Edward Burtynsky: Water

New York– Two exhibitions of new work by renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky will be on view from September 19 – November 2, 2013, at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York. The exhibitions, both entitled Water, represent the artist’s largest and most remarkable project to date, tracing in intricate detail humanity’s complex… Read More

Lichtenstein Sculpture Set For NOMA Entrance

By Eileen Fleming | WWNO Read the article and listen to the broadcast here There’s a new sculpture on the way for the New Orleans Museum of Art. A 20-foot-tall aluminum piece by pop modernist Roy Lichtenstein will soon take the prized placement at the museum’s front steps. It’s called “Five Brushstrokes.” Picture a three-dimensional… Read More

New Orleans Museum Of Art Presents “A Louisiana Parlor: Antebellum Taste & Context”

Victorian Parlor from Butler-Greenwood Plantation will be on view June 26-October 11, 2015 New Orleans, LA- Opening this summer at the New Orleans Museum of Art, A Louisiana Parlor: Antebellum Taste & Context is an exhibition featuring the Butler-Greenwood Plantation parlor furnishings acquired by the museum from descendants of the family in St. Francisville, Louisiana…. Read More