A city­wide gallery crawl. Plus flesh­ing out the French Quar­ter.

Where New Orleans - - WHERE NEW ORLEANS -

Cen­tral Busi­ness/ Ware­house Dis­trict

One of New Or­leans’ lead­ing mod­ern art gal­leries, fea­tur­ing an ex­ten­sive col­lec­tion of paint­ings, sculp­ture, photographs and works on pa­per. www.arthur­roger­gallery.com. 432-434 Ju­lia St., 504.522.1999.

BOYD SATEL­LITE GALLERY Lo­cal mul­ti­me­dia artist Blake Boyd fi­nally has a room of his own—and a place for his friends to hang as well. Re­gional and in­ter­na­tional artists are fea­tured, along with Boyd’s own off­beat works. www.boyd­satel­lite­gallery.com. 440 Ju­lia St., 504.581.2440. Map 3, C6

BRAND NEW OR­LEANS ART GALLERY Con­tem­po­rary Lou­i­si­ana artists, both es­tab­lished and emerg­ing, are spot­lighted here. Works by Michael Guidry, Bob Gra­ham and oth­ers are fea­tured. www.bran­dart­no­la­com. 646 Tchoupi­toulas St., 504.509.6598. Map 3, D6

CAL­LAN CON­TEM­PO­RARY Con­tem­po­rary works by Amer­i­can and in­ter­na­tional artists with an em­pha­sis on ab­stract and fig­u­ra­tive paint­ings and sculp­ture. www.callan­con­tem­po­rary.com. 518 Ju­lia St., 504.525.0518. Map 3, C6

D.O.C.S. Ware­house Arts Dis­trict dy­namo Richard Nes­bitt is the driv­ing force be­hind this gallery, which show­cases a wide range of works by re­gional up-and-com­ers. www.doc­s­gallery.com. 709 Camp St., 504.524.3936. Map 3, C6 JONATHAN FER­RARA GALLERY Home to the cut­ting-edge work of pro­pri­etor Jonathan Fer­rara and other lo­cal and na­tional artists. Sculp­ture, glass, metal and in­stal­la­tion art are fea­tured. www.jonathan­fer­rara­gallery.com. 400A Ju­lia St., 504.522.5471. Map 3, C6

LEMIEUX GAL­LERIES Con­tem­po­rary paint­ings, sculp­ture, pot­tery, jew­elry and glass­ware are among the me­dia ex­hib­ited here. www.lemieux­gal­leries.com. 332 Ju­lia St., 504.522.5988. Map 3, C6

MARTINE CHAIS­SON GALLERY Con­tem­po­rary is the key word here, from the sleek space it­self to the cut­ting-edge cre­ations on its walls. Ro­tat­ing ex­hibits by mid-ca­reer and emerg­ing artists work­ing in a wide range of me­dia are fea­tured. www.mar­tinechais­songallery.com. 727 Camp St., 504.302.7942. Map 3, C5


PRINT­MAK­ING STU­DIO This work­ing artists’ stu­dio fea­tures free demon­stra­tions by lo­cal mas­ter crafters in blown glass, print­mak­ing and fine sil­ver. De­signs made in the stu­dio are on dis­play—and for sale—in the front show­room. How-to classes are also of­fered. www.newor­leans­glass­works.com. 727 Mag­a­zine St., 504.529.7277. Map 3, C6

OC­TAVIA ART GALLERY This con­tem­po­rary space spot­lights lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional artists work­ing in a wide range of me­dia, in­clud­ing paint­ings by James Hen­der­son, sculp­ture by Wayne Amedee and pho­tog­ra­phy by Joe Zam­mit-Lu­cia. www.oc­tavi­aart­gallery.com. 454 Ju­lia St., 504.309.4249. Map 3, C6 SOREN CHRIS­TENSEN GALLERY Paint­ings, sculp­ture and pho­tog­ra­phy by na­tion­ally rec­og­nized as well as emerg­ing con­tem­po­rary artists is the fo­cus here. www.soren­gallery.com. 400 Ju­lia St., 504.569.9501. Map 3, C6

STELLA JONES GALLERY New Or­leans’ pre­em­i­nent ex­hi­bi­tion space for African-Amer­i­can artists, fea­tur­ing works by Elizabeth Catlett, Rich­mond Barthé, Ge­or­gette Baker, Charly Palmer and Samella Lewis, among oth­ers. www. stel­la­jones­gallery.com. 201 St. Charles Ave., #132, 504.568.9050. Map 3, D4

French Quar­ter

A GALLERY FOR FINE PHO­TOG­RA­PHY The city’s most ex­ten­sive col­lec­tion of fine art photographs for sale. Artists rep­re­sented here in­clude Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier-Bres­son, Her­man Leonard and Yousuf Karsh, among oth­ers. www.agallery. com. 241 Chartres St., 504.568.1313. Map 3, F4

AN­GELA KING GALLERY One of the French Quar­ter’s lead­ing con­tem­po­rary art gal­leries. Sculp­tors and painters rep­re­sented in­clude Peter Max, Ray­mond Douil­let, Andy Baird, Woodrow Nash, Aaron Re­ichert, Steve Tay­lor, Charles Thy­sell and Pat­ter­son & Barnes. www.an­ge­lak­ing­gallery.com. 241 Royal St., 504.524.8211. Map 3, F4

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