Sunday, July 26, 2015
Sunday, July 19, 2015
It's been said that "history is written by the victors," but may also be true that art history often seems to have been written to mostly reflect the culture of Europe and the U.S. Lately, Latin American art has been receiving some long overdue recognition, with Mexico City emerging as a regional epicenter. These works by Mexico City's Feral Collective may initially suggest familiar conceptual or minimal art themes, but if we look a little deeper they reflect something stranger, as if the looser threads of ordinary reality had come unraveled and were whimsically rewoven by a cabal of metaphysical modernists.
The Front, 4100 St. Claude Ave., 920-3980.
Sunday, July 12, 2015
Le Musee de FPC , 2336 Esplanade Ave., 914-5401
Sunday, July 5, 2015
couple in a vintage car. But life begins and ends with the sea, and William Widmer's image of a Mariner's Cross memorial, left, rising from scabrous coastal ruins resonates like a bronze bell tone, a reminder of all things final yet eternal. ~Bookhardt / The Rising: Photography in Post-Katrina New Orleans, September 20, 2015, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 925 Camp St., 539-9600.