From 6-9 pm, in the 300-700 blocks of Julia Street and along adjacent side streets, more than 20 art galleries will open their doors for Whitney White Linen Night. Following the event, from 9 to 11 pm, the official Whitney White Linen Night After-Party will be held at the Contemporary Arts Center.
Here's a snapshot of what some participating galleries will be showing:
“Sunrise,” an exhibition of recent glass sculpture by Gene Koss, and “Bruce Jr. Does the Parades,” an exhibition of work on paper by Bruce Davenport, Jr., at Arthur Roger Gallery (432-434 Julia St).
“Sputnik 1,” a multimedia group exhibition, at Boyd Satellite Gallery (440 Julia St).
“New Sculpture,” an exhibition of wire and bead sculptures by Keysook Geum, at Callan Contemporary (518 Julia St).
“Burlesque and Film Portraits,” an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Gayle Madeira, at The Foundation Gallery (608 Julia St).
“Nature of the City,” new drawings, constructions, and sewn works by Hannah Chalew, at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (400a Julia St).
“BA-ROKE,” a mixed-media exhibition by Shannon Landis Hansen, at LeMieux Galleries (332 Julia St).
“Pre-Historic Art of the Future…Today!!!,” an exhibition of carved and polychromed sculpture and works on paper by Clark Derbes, at Martine Chaisson Gallery (727 Camp St).
“Home,” a group exhibition featuring work by Wayne Amedee, Ron Bechet, Lynda Benglis, Rukiya Brown, Keith Duncan, Brian Guidry, James Henderson, Helen Kohnke, Kathleen Loe, Aristides Logothetis, Rashaad Newsome, Tameka Norris, Duane Pitre, Jeffrey Pitt, Regina Scully, Elizabeth Shannon, Keith Sonnier, and Michel Varisco, at Octavia Art Gallery (454 Julia St).
“Louisiana Contemporary,”_ a statewide, juried exhibition for residents of Louisiana; _“Into the Light: Photographs from the Permanent Collection;” “Will Henry Stevens: Selections from the Permanent Collection,” “Seeing Beyond the Ordinary,” an exhibition of photographs by Joshua Dudley Greer, Laura Noel, and Susan Worsham; and “Kohlmeyer Circle Presents Craig Damrauer: A Conversation” at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art (925 Camp St).
“After You’ve Been Burned by Hot Soup You Blow in Your Yogurt,” an exhibition by Margot Herster; “ANTHROPOMORPHIZER !!,” an exhibition by Miss Pussycat; “Chalmatia,” an exhibition by The Elektrik Zoo; “Family Values,” an exhibition of work by Tameka Norris; “Tank Drama: Deliberations from The Wet Grave,” a VESTIGES project; “This Sweaty City, Episode 1: Dead Man Waking Up,” a sound installation by Goat in the Road; and “Who Is Pulling the Strings?,” an exhibition featuring The Mudlark Puppeteers, Scary Toesies, Calliope Puppets, and The Red String Wayang Theater, at the Contemporary Arts Center (900 Camp St).
This event is free and open to the public. Admission to the CAC is $10 general admission and free for members. For more information and a full list of participating galleries, click here.
Image: St. Ann, 2013, by Hannah Chalew, currently on view at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery.
Event Time: 18:00:00