Congratulations Mary McCartney on a great
Article in Art Insider by Eric Bookhardt
Read Art Insider Article: Mary McCartney: From The Print Drawer
Fantastic Night at A Gallery for Fine Photography!
Mary McCartney, Welcome back to A Gallery for Fine Photography!
Congratulations on a fantastic exhibit
Fantastic seeing Timothy Duffy and his photographs around New Orleans and at A Gallery for Fine Photography!
Euphus Ruth’s beautiful ambrotypes shot in New Orleans.
Now available and on display at A Gallery for Fine Photography.
Timothy Duffy watching Joshua Mann Pailet show his photographs to a client.
Timothy Duffy enjoying his guests, Little Freddie King and Alabama Slim!
Cary Morin and Vania Kinard also in the house!
Timothy Duffy Artist Statement
Many of the musicians I photograph are not famous. In fact, most of them were not easy to find. Primarily, they are senior African American roots musicians born of the South. Their ancestors were among the earliest to arrive to our country and many claim a fair portion of native blood. They have some of the deepest roots in this country, but their America was certainly not the land of the free. Plenty of bravery was required of them, and despite their ancestral culture being oppressed and forbidden for centuries, the succeeding generations rose up singing. [Read more…] about Artist’s Reception: Timothy Duffy: Super Spirit, Wednesday, May 1, 5 – 8pm
George Nobechi Photography on display at A Gallery for Fine Photography!
George, Congratulations on a beautiful body of work.
Ben Depp talking with visitors to his show.
Thank you everyone who braved the stormy weather to show support of Ben
Ben Depp’s Show is up and ready to be seen!
Congratulations on a beautiful and important body of work.
Meet Ben Depp at our Artist’s Reception Thursday night, 5-8pm.
March 31, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tide Lines, A Gallery for Fine Photography’s new exhibit by Ben Depp, shows the artist’s aerial view of the dynamic Louisiana landscape and natural habitats through fourteen large, exquisite pigment prints. Similar to Bayou’s End, his premiere show at A Gallery from Spring 2018, Tide Lines shows viewers the beautiful landscape of Louisiana from a new point of view. The artist continues to photograph from a motor-powered paraglider that reaches anywhere from 10 to 2,000 feet. Reaching these extreme heights while photographing comes with it own unique challenges [Read more…] about Artist’s Reception: Ben Depp: Tide Lines
Congratulations to Birney Imes on a great article written by Eric Bookhardt, March 4, 2019!
The photographer at work!
Birney Imes installing his photographs for his new exhibition.
Congratulations Ben Depp on a great article and interview!
When in the air, I can really see the changes in hardness and color temperature of light in a way that is so much more dramatic than what I am able to see from the ground. – Ben Depp
Josephine Sacabo & Joshua Mann Pailet at ‘TAGGED’, Josephine Sacabo’s new photography exhibition. Congratulations to Josephine for a spectacular and thought provoking body of work!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Artist Reception: Friday, September 7, 5PM – 7PM
on view September 7 – October 30, 2018
NOW (RECENT WORK), features a selection of new images from one of the most innovative photographers of the last half-century, Jerry Uelsmann. Renowned for his revolutionary multiple exposure printing technique, where multiple negatives and enlargers are employed in the darkroom and several images are fused to create a single photograph, Uelsmann’s images blend the familiar with the abstract to create surreal and dreamlike compositions. This selection of new photographs – all created in the last three years – shows the legendary artist continuing to push the boundaries of the photographic medium, as he has throughout the course of a long and illustrious career.
[Read more…] about JERRY UELSMANN: NOW (RECENT WORK)
SEPTEMBER 15, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
We are excited to announce that Joshua Mann Pailet and Richard McCabe, Curator of Photography at the Ogden Museum, will give a gallery talk to discuss the museum’s exhibition Doris Ulmann: From the Highlands to the Lowlands.