Ogden Museum of Southern Art Update

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Poydras Corridor Sculpture Exhibition, presented by The Helis Foundation, is the South’s leading rotating public sculpture exhibition.

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Luis Cruz Azaceta: What a Wonderful World brings together painting, drawing, collage and sculptural works spanning over 4 decades to illustrate the prolific career of Luis Cruz Azaceta, a Cuban American visual artist based in New Orleans, Louisiana. Often working in large scale, his artworks are known for their highly-charged color and narrative depth.

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Featuring portraits and abstract works, Be Your Wonderful Self: The Portraits of Beauford Delaney explores the preeminent status portraiture held in the artist’s life and work, following the trajectory of his career from his “Greene Street” period in New York through his ardent embrace of pure abstraction after his relocation to Paris in 1953. Be Your Wonderful Self: The Portraits of Beauford Delaney is organized by Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York, New York.

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A Summer’s Prayer examines photographs from Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s permanent collection that address themes reflected within the summer season – leisure, travel, memory and place.

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Ogden Museum of Southern Art is your go-to New Orleans art museum focused on presenting and exploring the art of the American South. Through exhibitions, public events, educational programs and online programming, Ogden Museum aims to broaden the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the visual art and culture of the region.


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