Sharing our stories. Each week, Pelican Bomb brings you exhibition reviews, great features, intelligent interviews, and more.
Charlie Tatum considers how a recent performance at the Contemporary Arts Center celebrated the legacy of dancer and choreographer Trisha Brown.
Laurence Ross reflects on a recent photography exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and considers individuals’ perceptions of color and place.
In a conversation commissioned for Field Perspectives 2017, Charlie Tatum talks with Andrea Andersson, Imani Jacqueline Brown, and L. Kasimu Harris about the difficulties, joys, and particularities of working in New Orleans.
Brooke Schueller contemplates the appeal of abstraction through the lens of a group exhibition at the Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University.
Tina Orlandini heads to the Art Garage for a performance by the Taco Truck Theater, organized by ArteFuturo Productions’ José Torres-Tama.
John Kissane looks at New Orleans-based artist Pippin Frisbie-Calder’s installation at ArtPrize, the monumental festival in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Benjamin Morris writes about ten works that the New Orleans Museum of Art recently acquired from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation.
Marjorie Rawle visits Doyle Gertjejansen’s recent show at Callan Contemporary and considers how the mind makes sense of abstraction.
Fari Nzinga visits a recent show at the New Orleans Art Center that questions who is the predator and who is the prey in today’s America.
Taylor Murrow writes about Shawne Major’s mixed-media assemblages, currently on view at the Isaac Delgado Fine Arts Gallery.