Arthur Kern is a retired Tulane professor of art, who all but withdrew from the outside world thirty years ago. Since then, he has spent much of his time working in his basement studio, creating scores of surreal sculptures that disturb as often as they enchant.
Bright Fields is a comprehensive and deeply intimate exploration of the life and work of Mississippi-born artist Marie Hull (1890â1980). Her paintings reflect a nine-decade journey of search, thought, and growth.
New Southern Photography is a large-scale exhibition organized by the Ogden Museum of Southern Art that highlights the exciting and diverse breadth of photography being practiced in the American South today.
Gunningâs paintings depict a range of local subject matter, such as the Creole cottage-lined streets of the cityâs historic neighborhoods, passing barges on the Mississippi River, and the serenity of two fishermen in the Honey Island Swamp.