Friday, October 7, 2016

AnnieLaurie Erickson at NOPA, ACA and NOAC

AnnieLaurie Erickson, the Ellsworth Woodward Junior Professor in Studio Art, has two exhibitions opening Saturday, October 8th and will be giving a talk at the New Orleans Photo Alliance on Tuesday, October 11th.  At the NOPA Gallery Erickson will discuss her creation of alternative modes of photographic production from interactive gallery installations using photography and eye tracking to the creation of images of radioactive residue from the first man-made nuclear reaction in 1942. This talk is in conjunction with NOPA's current exhibit MAXIMIZE WINDOW: The Expanded Photograph in Contemporary Art of New Orleans that includes works by recent alumni Sophie Lvoff, Brittan Rosendahl, and Jonathan Traviesa.

At the Acadiana Center for Arts in Lafayette the exhibition American Beauty explores the political climate of America and the many issues that fuel our current political, industrial, social and moral future. Curated by Brian Guidry and Mary Beyt, the exhibition features the work of Luis Cruz Azaceta, Heidi Cody, AnnieLaurie Erickson, Ernie L. Fournet, Sharon Jacques, Malcolm McClay, Maxx Sizeler, Dan Tague, John Isiah Walton, and Carl Joe Williams.

The Louisiana Photography Biennial at the New Orleans Arts Center features over 75 Louisiana photographers including internationally and nationally acclaimed artists. This exhibition was curated by Don Marshall former Director of the CAC and current Executive Director of the Jazz & Heritage Foundation.

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