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Very Local New Orleans (Mar 26): Here are 12 Museums in New Orleans you can Check Out (Without Leaving the Couch)
New Orleans Local (Mar 25): Coronavirus Quarantine Curricculum: Check Out a Museum From Home
Huck Magazine (Mar 16): A Sweeping Portrait of Life in the American South: Revelations
River Beats (Mar 6): Melvin Edwards Unveils New Steelwork Exhibit ‘Crossroads’ at the Ogden
Burnaway (Feb 22): Close Look: “What Music is Within” at Ogden Museum, New Orleans
Art in America (Feb 19): For Six Decades, William Christenberry Captured the Ramshackle Vernacular of the South
WhereYat (Feb 5): King Cake and Cocktails for a Cause at the Ogden
AmericanWay (Feb 3): Local Takes: New Orleans
MyNewOrleans (Jan 31): Shop Talk: Ellen Balkin
Thrillest (Jan 30): The Best Neighborhoods in New Orleans to Spend a Weekend
It’s Nice That (Jan 28): An Exploration of paternity, masculinity, race: Alex Christopher Williams on Black, Like Paul2019 News and Press
What Music is Within: Black Abstraction from the Permanent Collection presents works that use abstraction as a powerful modality of expression. Each of the artists in the exhibition project their own voice to convey their individual visions.
Revelations features photographs acquired for the Ogden Museum’s permanent collection since 2011.
The contemporary Southern artists in Entwined engage wrapping and binding as a symbolic aesthetic device, and often as a ritual practice within their work.
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art first launched Louisiana Contemporary, Presented by The Helis Foundation, in 2012, to establish a vehicle that would bring to the fore the work of artists living in Louisiana and highlight the dynamism of art practice throughout the state.