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Ogden Museum of Southern Art announces artists for 2020 Louisiana Contemporary

NEW ORLEANS—The Ogden Museum of Southern Art has announced the fifty-six artists selected for the 2020 edition of Louisiana Contemporary, the museum’s annual juried exhibition featuring work by contemporary artists from across the state. This year’s guest juror is René Morales, Director of Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). ..

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OffBeat: “Ogden Museum Announces Artists Selected For 2020 Louisiana Contemporary Exhibit”

Presented by the Helis Foundation, Louisiana Contemporary is the Ogden Museum of Southern Art‘s annual juried exhibition featuring works by artists across the state. For 2020, 55 works by 56 artists were chosen by guest juror René Morales, Director of Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Pérez Art Museum Miami.

On view at the Ogden from September 5, 2020 through February 7, 2021, this year’s Louisiana Contemporary exhibit feature works which “are actively engaging with this particular moment in American history, through different media and stylistic and technical approaches.”

The artists selected for the 2020 Louisiana Contemporary exhibit are David Armentor, Nic Brierre Aziz, Jacksun Bein, MaryGrace Bernard, Wendo Brunoir, Kara Crowley, Theresa Crushshon, Luis Cruz Azaceta, Michael Eble, James Flynn, Josiah Gagosian, Mitchell Gaudet, Mike Hartnett, Jordan Hess, Miles Kinney, David Knox, Abbey Kuhe, Charles Muir Lovell, Andrew Lyman, Rikailah Mathieu, Rose McBurney, Rebecca McGirney, Michael McGrane, Greg Miles, Jacob Mitchell, Karen Ocker, Nicole Ockmond, Stephanie Paine, Brendon Palmer-Angell, Carol Peebles, Keith Perelli, Ann Perich, Matthew Phelan, Herb Roe, Brittan Rosendahl, Dan Rule, Claire Christine Sargenti, Cynthia Scott, Isabella Scott, Noamy Sechooler, Joey Slaughter, Alexander Smith, Joshua Smith, Gailene St…

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Hear WGNO-TV discuss free admission to New Orleans art institutions as part of Art & AC from The Helis Foundation…

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Art & AC is Back! FREE Admission Sundays in July Thanks to The Helis Foundation, Art & AC has returned for its 4th year! Every Sunday in July, admission is FREE for Louisiana residents at Ogden Museum. Enjoy additional free days at Ogden Museum on July 5, 12, 19 & 26. And don’t forget Thursdays are always free at Ogden Museum for Louisiana residents, courtesy of The Helis Foundation’s Art for All program! Beat the heat inside with Art & AC! Timed tickets are required…

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