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Gallery Exhibit: Preserving Second Line Culture - Opening Reception Nov. 12
Preserving New Orleans Second Line Culture
Opening: Saturday, Nov 12, 6 – 9pm EXTENDED THRU 1/26/17
November 5 – December 18, 2016
1205 Rampart Street
New Orleans, LA 70116
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday
I am honored to be a part of and to have 2 pieces of my work displayed alongside the likes of Michael P. Smith et al at this important photo exhibition.
"Treme 200 Second Line 2012"
"Men of Unity Second Line 2009"
more info can be found at PHOTONOLA.ORG
and in this Jazz N Heritage Foundation Announcement
Preserving New Orleans Second Lines Culture. An exhibition featuring the photographic works of Judy Cooper, L.J. Goldstein, Brad Edelman, Charles M. Lovell, Jerry Moran, M.J. Mastogiavanni, Leslie Parr, and historical work by Michael P. Smith and Jules Cahn from the Historic New Orleans Collection, and by John Messina and Eric Waters from the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Collection. The exhibition is organized by Charles M. Lovell, volunteer curator for the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Gallery.
The history of New Orleans second lines and social aid and pleasure clubs is directly linked to traditions of African American cultural practices including brass bands, jazz funerals and African dances that date back over two centuries to Sunday celebrations in Congo Square. Through the exhibition, Preserving New Orleans Second Lines Culture will bring to the New Orleans public and visitors to our region a greater understanding of the importance of these rich cultural traditions by showing some of the best contemporary and historical photography representing the subject.
I also have work on display at the AMAZING “Louisiana Photography Biennial” Photo Exhibit which is still running thru November 19th, if you haven't been yet, try and get down there before the show closes.
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