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Dillon Raborn places Adrianna Speer’s recent works—on view in an exhibition in Baton Rouge—in a lineage of abstract painting and sculpture.
Brooke Schueller stops by VR Arcade NOLA and tries her hand at drawing in virtual reality.
Benjamin Morris watches Jacob Dwyer’s recent film, which the artist shot during a residency in New Orleans with Deltaworkers.
Anna Mecugni visits Sidonie Villere’s current show at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery and discusses the artist’s introduction of new materials into her practice.
Ashley L. Voss talks to the five members of Level Artist Collective and looks at how their work has changed since they began working together.
Christy Lorio talks to artist Brent Houzenga about his yearlong project to produce one drawing with his non-dominant hand each day.
Artists Theo Eliezer and Micah Learned give an exclusive sneak peek into the forthcoming issue of their print publication exploring Internet aesthetics, sexuality, and the decline of 20th-century media.
Brooke Schueller visits a coffee-shop exhibition of art celebrating director David Lynch’s return to television.
Marjorie Rawle examines how an exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art attempts to draw connections between the paintings of New Orleans-based artist Regina Scully and Edo-period Japanese landscapes.
John Pluecker visits artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña’s first major solo exhibition in the United States at the Contemporary Arts Center.