Fifty-one prints from Flood State are currently on view in New Orleans, in a three-person show which was curated by Constance Lewis in conjunction with PhotoNOLA 2018.
‘Between Land and Sea,’ explores personal histories and communities’ relationships to the New Orleans landscape. Artists Binh Danh, Jennifer Shaw, and David Knox explore paths of migration and growth, displacement and resilience carved by water. Their works are joined by artifacts from the Louisiana State Museum’s permanent collection, highlighting the ways in which these artists’ interpretations build upon our shared history.
The exhibition remains on view through March 31, 2019 in the newly renovated second floor gallery of The Arsenal at The Cabildo (located on Jackson Square). It is presented in collaboration with Louisiana State Museum, LSU Ag Center and Master Gardeners, VIET NO, and VEGGI Farmer’s Cooperative of New Orleans East, and the New Orleans Photo Alliance.
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In January David Knox will give an artist talk, and Natasha Sanchez will lead future “Sun Print Sundays” workshops in conjunction with the exhibition. Follow PhotoNOLA on Facebook for updates on future programming.
Image: David Knox – The Cane Field, 2018 | Binh Danh – Waiting, 2009 | Jennifer Shaw – Flood State 080, 2018