New Orleans Museum of Art

The exhibition brings together the work of four contemporary photographers—Elliott Jerome Brown, Jr. (American, born 1993), Esther Hovers (Dutch, born 1991), Dionne Lee (American, born 1988), and …
The exhibition brings together eleven artists’ projects that respond to a world turned upside down.
Best known for cultural mashups that blend contemporary social issues with traditional porcelain pottery, Roberto Lugo’s powerful commentary on poverty, inequality, and racial injustice has made him…
To celebrate their city’s tricentennial, the New Orleans Museum of Art gathered under one roof what was once one of the greatest art collections in the world.
The first major exhibition on Louisiana landscape painting in more than 40 years, Inventing Acadia explores the rise of landscape painting in Louisiana during the 19th century, revealing its role in…
Cradled in the palm of the hand or worn close to the heart, portrait miniatures were never intended for public consumption, but rather, functioned as personal tokens of affection, love, or memorial.
The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) presents You Are Here: A Brief History of Photography and Place, on view April 26 – July 28, 2019. The exhibition explores photography’s complicated relationship…
This exhibition marks first comprehensive museum survey for Keith Sonnier, a pioneering figure in conceptual, post-minimal, video and performance art of the late 1960s. Born in Grand Mamou, Louisiana…