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Past Exhibitions

Stewart Nachmias: Pulp Icons

Amusement parks, urban life, musicians, puppetry, and personal mandalas are the themes of these cast paper prints created from deeply carved wood blocks, inked directly to act as molds for hand-dyed paper pulp resulting in low-relief prints. Rich color embedded in its dimensional surface highlight the excitement and danger of urban life and whimsical performance with a sense of humor!

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Treasured Gifts: Recent Acquisitions to the Permanent Collection

This exhibition features a sampling of acquisitions to the permanent collection in the past few years.  The museum regularly accepts donations of works of art in all media that highlights artists from the 20th and 21st century from or worked in Louisiana and the South, as well as artists who have been influenced by or influenced art in the South.  Treasured Gifts includes works donated from the Department of Culture and Tourism of the State of Louisiana, as well as from generous individual donors.

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Unraveling Time, Creating Space

A group exhibition of contemporary Native artists explores created spaces transcending time and place. The illusion of a singular identity is unraveled through contemporary reworkings of weaving, performance, beadwork, storytelling, mythology, and symbolism, infusing both historical and contemporary processes and references. Imaginary space suspended beyond multiple realities highlight a more honest and accurate depiction of self and suggests new models of thinking and engaging with the world.

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Artists Among Us: Faculty and Friends

Sponsored by The Martin Foundation

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An Adventure in the Arts: Selections from the Permanent Collection of Guild Hall

This exhibition featured 72 works by 61 artist-residents of the Hamptons, including Winslow Homer; Hudson River School painter Thomas Moran in the 1880s; George Bellows in the 1920s; Surrealists following WWII; Abstract Expressionists Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning; Pop artists Roy Lichtenstein, James Rosenquist, and Andy Warhol; Photorealists Audrey Flack and Chuck Close, 80s and 90s Neo-Expressionists Eric Fischl, David Salle, and Julian Schnabel as well as contemporary artists Ross Bleckner, Donald Sultan, and April Gornik.


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Immersive Space

Three Louisiana artists -- Shawn Hall, Lee Deigaard, and Natchitoches-native Colin O’Con -- created entire room installations to explore elements of created space and invite contemplation about our relationship with the natural world. Painting, drawing, and photography installed as part of a larger, sculpture space, create rhythm in an immersive environment where emotional space and physical landscape merge.

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