White Linen Night

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The Contemporary Arts Center’s annual fundraiser includes a block party on Julia Street and exhibition openings throughout the Arts District New Orleans.

Valerie Corradetti’s _If I Should Ever Return Home_, 2015, is on view in “‘A Building with a View’: Experiments in Anarchitecture” at the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans. Courtesy the artist and the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans.

Valerie Corradetti’s If I Should Ever Return Home, 2015, is on view in “‘A Building with a View’: Experiments in Anarchitecture” at the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans. Courtesy the artist and the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans.

The Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) hosts Whitney White Linen Night, its annual fundraiser, which includes the opening of “‘A Building with a View’: Experiments in Anarchitecture,” a block party along Julia Street, and receptions at galleries throughout the Arts District New Orleans. For more information, visit the CAC’s website. Exhibitions opening include:

Amy Guidry, “In Our Veins,” and Lee Deigaard, “Equuleus,” at LeMieux Galleries (332 Julia Street)

“Best of Brand,” a group exhibition including work by Bob Graham, Herb Roe, Olesya, Kelly Guidry, Brandon Delles, and Eugene Weber, at Brand New Orleans Art Gallery (646 Tchoupitoulas Street)

Melissa Herrington, “On the Fabric of the Infinite,” at Søren Christensen Gallery (400 Julia Street)

The 20th annual “No Dead Artists” exhibition, juried by Franklin Sirmans, Anastasia James, and Lester Marks, at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (400A Julia Street)

Kyle Bravo and Jenny LeBlanc, New Wave; George Dureau; and Bunny Matthews, “Before and After,” at Arthur Roger Gallery (432 Julia Street)

“Sputnik 3,” a group exhibition including work by Errol Barron, Blake Boyd, Carlos Betancourt, David Eddington, Pinkney Herbert, Peter Hoffman, Deborah Pelias, Pat Phillips, and Andres Serrano, at Boyd | Satellite (440 Julia Street)

“Clarity in Abstract Expressionism,” a group exhibition including Jack Tworkov, Theodoros Stamos, Fritz Bultman, Kikuo Saito, Grace Hartigan, George McNeil, and Giorgio Cavallon, at Octavia Art Gallery (454 Julia Street)

George Rodrigue, “Bayou Collection,” at the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts (747 Magazine Street)

James Flynn, “Quantum Noûs,” at Callan Contemporary (518 Julia Street)

David Lumpkin, Nancy Susaneck, and Louise Guidry at Ariodante Gallery (535 Julia Street)

The 2016 “Louisiana Contemporary” exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art (925 Camp Street)

“‘A Building with a View’: Experiments in Anarchitecture” at the Contemporary Arts Center (900 Camp Street)

Patty Carroll, “Draped: Anonymous Women,” at Martine Chaisson Gallery (727 Camp Street)

Chuck Broussard, “in the shadow of a Beausoleil,” at Gallery 600 Julia (600 Julia Street)

“Jazz’n Art,” a group exhibition including work by Joel Gwidt, Suzanne MacDonald, Caroline McClintic, Leonard Filgate, and Ceaux, at Jed Malitz V2 Gallery (615 Julia Street)

“INSPIRED: Celebrating 20 Years of African American Art” at Stella Jones Gallery (201 St. Charles Avenue)

Patty Carroll at Martine Chaisson Gallery (727 Camp Street)

“Labor of Love” at May gallery & residency (750 Carondelet Street)

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