Zarouhie Abdalian (b. 1982, New Orleans, Louisiana)
New Orleans African American Museum

Chanson du ricochet, 2014
Sound and mirrored surfaces
Courtesy of the artist and Altman Siegel Gallery, San Francisco
Terry Adkins (1953 – 2014)
Dillard University

Ezekiel Double Drums, 2009
Mixed media

Ezekiel Wheel, 2009
Mixed media

Collection of Dillard University, New Orleans
Manal Al Dowayan (b. 1973, Dharahn, Saudi Arabia)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (third floor)

If I forget you don't forget me, 2011
Series of 20 photographs and 12 videos
Silver gelatin fiber prints and digital video
Courtesy of the artist and Cuadro Fine Art Gallery, Dubai
Tarsila do Amaral (1886 - 1973)
New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) (Modernism Gallery)

Figura feminina e pássaros, n.d
India ink on paper
Patricia Schram Collection

Landscape with a Small House II, c. 1927
India ink on paper
Collection of Clayton C. Kirking and Edward J. Sullivan, New York

Estudo para A Negra, 1923
India ink on paper
Gilberto Chateaubriand Collection, Museo do Arte Moderno, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Estudo para Antropofagia, 1929
Iron gallic ink on paper
Gilberto Chateaubriand Collection, Museo do Arte Moderno, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Os Anjos, 1924
Oil on canvas
Gilberto Chateaubriand Collection, Museo do Arte Moderno, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Firelei Báez (b. 1981, Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (second floor) and Joan Mitchell Center Studios

Ode to La Siréne (and to muses beyond Jean Luc Nancy's Canon), 2014
Gouache, acrylic polymer, and ink on paper

TC/0168.13 (Anthropophagist wading in the Artibonite River), 2014
Gouache, acrylic polymer, and ink on paper

Daughter of Revolutions, 2014
Gouache, acrylic polymer, and ink on paper

Courtesy of the artist and Richard Heller Gallery, San Francisco
Shigeru Ban (b. 1957, Tokyo, Japan)
Longue Vue houses & Gardens

Tsunami Reconstruction Project, Kirinda, Sri Lanka, 2005
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Tsunami Reconstruction Project, Kirinda, Sri Lanka, 2005
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Tsunami Reconstruction Project, Kirinda, Sri Lanka, 2005
Pencil and color pencil on paper

Tsunami Reconstruction Project, Kirinda, Sri Lanka, 2005
Pencil and color pencil on paper

Tsunami Reconstruction Project, Kirinda, Sri Lanka, 2005
Architectural model, 1/30 scale

Post-Katrina Housing, New Orleans, 2009
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Container Temporary Housing, Onagawa, Japan, 2011
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Container Temporary Housing, Onagawa, Japan, 2011
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Container Temporary Housing, Onagawa, Japan, 2011
Architectural model, 1/300 scale

Community Center, Onagawa, Japan, 2011
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Community Center, Onagawa, Japan, 2011
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Cardboard Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2013
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Cardboard Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2013
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Cardboard Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2013
Pencil and color pencil on paper

Cardboard Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2013
Architectural model

Paper Nursery School, Yaan, China, 2014
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Paper Nursery School, Yaan, China, 2014
Fuji Digital C Matte mounted on Dibond

Paper Nursery School, Yaan, China, 2014
Pencil and color pencil on paper

Paper Nursery School, Yaan, China, 2014
Pencil and color pencil on paper

Paper Nursery School, Yaan, China, 2014
Architectural model, 1/50 scale

Aspen Museum of Art, Aspen, Colorado

Shigeru Ban's participation has been made possible, in part, by the Japan Foundation of New York.
Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960 – 1988)
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art (fifth floor, main)

CPRKR, 1983
Acrylic, oil stick, paper, and string on canvas, mounted on wood
Donald Baechler Collection, New York

Embittered, 1986
Collage, pencil, and paint on wood
Mugrabi Collection

Procession, 1986
Acrylic and wood relief on wood
Mugrabi Collection

Untitled (Cadmium), 1984
Oil, oil stick, and acrylic on canvas
High Museum of Art, Atlanta

Exu, 1988
Acrylic and oil stick on canvas
Private Collection

Back of the Neck, 1983
Silkscreen with hand painting
Brooklyn Museum, Charles Stewart Smith Memorial Fund

King Zulu, 1986
Acrylic, wax, and felt-tip pen on canvas
Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Government of Catalonia Art Fund, Former Salvador Riera Collection

Natchez, 1985
Acrylic, wood, and color Xeroxes on plywood, mounted on wooden doors
Galerie Andrea Caratsch, Zürich

Zydeco, 1984
Acrylic and oil stick on canvas
Bischofberger Collection, Männedorf-Zürich, Switzerland
Zarina Bhimji (b. 1963, Mbarara, Uganda)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (third floor)

Waiting, 2007
Single screen installation (35mm color film, 5.1 surround sound)
Duration: 7 minutes, 30 seconds
Courtesy of the artist
McArthur Binion(b. 1946, Macon, Mississippi)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans 

DNA Study: Five, 2013
Ink, laser print collage, oil paint stick, and Staonal crayon on panel

DNA Study: III, 2014
Ink, laser print collage, oil paint stick, and Staonal crayon on panel

DNA Study: VI, 2014
Ink, laser print collage, oil paint stick, and Staonal crayon on panel

DNA Study: VII, 2014
Ink, laser print collage, oil paint stick, and Staonal crayon on panel

Courtesy of the artist and Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago
Douglas Bourgeois (b. 1951, Gonzales, Louisiana)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (third floor)

Our Lady of the Monster Beats, 2011
Oil on panel
Collection of Hank Lee, San Antonio, Texas

Double Holy Spirit Coco, 2013
Oil on board
Courtesy of the artist and Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans

Womack and Del Ray, 2014
Oil on board
Courtesy of the artist and Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans

The Enigma Orchestra, 2005
Oil on panel
Collection of Ann Barnett, New Orleans

Her Dreams Were Like Medicine, 1989
Oil on panel
Collection of Sydney and Walda Besthoff, New Orleans

Spirit in the Dark, 2011
Oil on panel
Collection of John Charpentier, New Orleans

Twilight High Yearbook, 1978
Oil on canvas
Collection of Thomas and Dathel Coleman, New Orleans

Dreaming of Home, 1993
Oil on panel
Collection of John and Lyn Fischbach, New Orleans

Iko-Icon, 2010
Oil on panel
Collection of Jeffrey Goldring

Lamb, 2009
Oil on panel
Collection of Jeanette Hardy, New Orleans

American Address, 2006
Oil on panel
Private collection

A New Place to Dwell, 1987
Oil on panel
Collection of Dr. Ronald Swartz and Ellen Johnson, New Orleans

St. Anthony Appears to Tony, 1989
Oil on panel
Courtesy of Brenda London, New Orleans

Dollcake at Sea, 1995
Oil on panel
Collection of James Mounger, New Orleans

Refrigerator, 1994
Oil on panel
Collection of Hal and Lesley Stokes, New Orleans

Detour, 2008
Oil on panel
Collection of Michael Wilkinson, New Orleans

Woman from St. Gabriel, 1991
Oil on panel
Collection of Claude Albritton, Dallas, Texas

Douglas Bourgeois' participation has been made possible, in part, by Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans.
Mohamed Bourouissa (b. 1978, Blida, Algeria)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (third floor)

La Main, 2006
From the series Périphériques
Lambda Print
Courtesy of the artist

La Prise, 2005
From the series Périphériques
Lambda Print
Courtesy of the artist

La Hall, 2007
From the series Périphériques
Lambda Print
Courtesy of the artist

Temps Mort, 2009
Single-channel color video, sound
Duration: 18 minutes
Ed. 1/5
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Los Angeles
Purchased with funds provided by Allison and Larry Berg and Sue Tsao
Frederick J. Brown (1945 - 2012)
New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) (Great Hall)

Portrait of Tennessee Williams, 2008
Acrylic on canvas
New Orleans Museum of Art, Gift of J. Michael Brown

Albert King, 2007
Mixed media on canvas mounted on plywood
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Flach, courtesy of the New Orleans Museum of Art

Louis Armstrong Giggling, 2007
Mixed media on canvas mounted on plywood
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Flach, courtesy of the New Orleans Museum of Art

Sonny Rollins, 2007
Mixed media on canvas mounted on plywood
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Flach, courtesy of the New Orleans Museum of Art

Wynton Marsalis, c. 2007
Mixed media on canvas mounted on plywood
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Flach, courtesy of the New Orleans Museum of Art

Monk Live, 2007
Mixed media on canvas mounted on plywood
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Flach, courtesy of the New Orleans Museum of Art

Anita O'Day, 2007
Mixed media on canvas mounted on plywood
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Flach, courtesy of the New Orleans Museum of Art

Art Blakey, 2007
Mixed media on canvas mounted on plywood
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Flach, courtesy of the New Orleans Museum of Art

Sidney Bechet, 2007
Mixed media on canvas mounted on plywood
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Flach, courtesy of the New Orleans Museum of Art

Billie Holiday in a Golden Dress, 2007
Mixed media on canvas mounted on plywood
New Orleans Museum of Art
Huguette Caland (b. 1931, Beirut, Lebanon)
New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) (Modern & Contemporary Galleries)

Huguette with Paul and Mustafa, 1970
Oil on canvas

Bribes de Corps, 1973
Oil on canvas

Sunrise, 1973
Oil on canvas

Eux, 1978
Oil on canvas

Bribes de Corps, 1973
Oil on canvas

Courtesy of the artist and Lombard Freid Gallery, New York
Keith Calhoun (b. 1955, New Orleans, Louisiana) and
Chandra McCormick (b. 1957, New Orleans, Louisiana)
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art (fourth floor, photography gallery)

Slavery, The Prison Industrial Complex, 1980s – 2014
Series of 35 photographs and digital video
Courtesy of the artists

This project has been made possible, in part, by the Puffin Foundation.
Mary Ellen Carroll (b. 1961, Danville, Illinois)
Meet the Artist
AIA New Orleans

Preparations for Public Utility 2.0, a project for New Orleans
Mixed media
Courtesy of the artist
 

Mary Ellen Carroll’s participation has been made possible, in part, by CANON, USA; George Kondogianis; Sherwin Williams; Vier 5; Tim Wolff and William Andrews; Jakob Rosenzweig; Samuel Jacobson; Hannah Rosenstein; Kim Fand; and Leidy Cook.

Ed Clark (b. 1926, New Orleans, Louisiana)
New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA)
(Modern & Contemporary Galleries)

Louisiana Red, 2004
Oil on canvas
Collection of Arthur Primas, Colleyville, Texas

New Orleans Series #4, 2012
Acrylic on canvas
Courtesy of Stella Jones Gallery, New Orleans

Southern Light (Louisiana Series), 1978
Pastel and pencil
Collection of Peg Alston, New York
Thomas Joshua Cooper (b. 1946, San Francisco, California)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (second floor)

Drowned Trees along the Mississippi
From source to sea
Continuing observations on an American history of place, 2009 - 2014
Nine selenium toned chloro-bromide gelatin silver prints

Proofs with Notes for the Series:
Drowned Trees along the Mississippi
From source to sea
Continuing observations on an American history of place, 2009 - 2014
Black and white photographs

Collection of the Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico
William Cordova (b. 1971, Lima, Peru)
Dillard University

extended improvisations in time (spike lee, arthur lee, edwin lee y lee quiñones),
2014
Courtesy of the artist and Sikkema-Jenkins & Co., New York

untitled (neg marron), 2004
2 polaroids, port au prince, haiti

untitled (carmelo astilla interview and sounds of st. malo)
audio from st. malo, louisiana, by jerome reyes + william cordova
custom vinyl lp cover

morphology, 2013
ink transfer, oil, graphite, and collage on paper

component two: preserving the spillage (evidence of liberated spaces), 2011-2014
12 embossings on paper
done
in desire, tremé, algiers, st. malo, miami, and peru

untitled (quilt), 1981-2012
custom pine tray; audio reel copy of malcolm x 1965 speech, detroit, michigan february 14, 1965; reclaimed aerosol debris from destroyed howard the duck mural by aerosol artist lee quinones
originally done in 1981 at handball court in corlears junior high school, manhattan, new york

untitled (narratives), 2011
polaroids on custom pine shelf

untitled (essex), 2013
tin, collage on tin


in our lifetime (pantera negra, manilamen, simon bolivar... ),
2011-2014
collaboration with jerome reyes + monique walton
single channel 16mm film digitized for video projection (color, sound)
duration: 6 minutes

untitled (carmelo astilla interview and sounds of st. malo), 2014
audio from st. malo, louisiana, by jerome reyes + william cordova
custom vinyl lp, record player, headphones, and shelf

duration: 9 minutes

component one: Silent Parade... or The Soul Rebels Band Vs. Robert E. Lee, 2014
single channel video projection (color, sound)
duration: 10 minutes, looped
produced by monique moss + monique walton

William Cordova’s participation has been made possible, in part, by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Liu Ding (b. 1976, Changzhou, China)
The Exchange Gallery

Crossroads, Days and Nights (“No Loitering”), 2014
Performance
Courtesy of the artist
Special thanks to William Sabourin O’Reilly, Diogo de Lima, Andre Licatovich, Jarret Shorts, Doug Wilcox II, and Ben Johnson.
Monir Farmanfarmaian (b. 1924, Qazvin, Iran)
Newcomb Art Gallery

Square, 2008
Mirror and reverse glass

Decagon & Monagon, 2009
Mirror and reverse glass on plaster and wood

Convertible Series, Group 10, 2011
Mirror and reverse glass painting on plaster and wood

First Family: Triangle, 2010
Mirror, plaster, natural glue, acrylic, and wood

First Family: Pentagon, 2010
Mirror, plaster, natural glue, acrylic, and wood

First Family: Octagon, 2010
Mirror, plaster, natural glue, acrylic, and wood

Octagon Sculpture, 2013
Mirror, plaster, natural glue, and wood

Courtesy of the artist and Haines Gallery, San Francisco
Andrea Fraser (b. 1965, Billings, Montana)
Newcomb Art Gallery and New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) (Stern Auditorium)

Um Monumento às Fantasias Descartadas (A Monument to Discarded Fantasies), 2003
Mixed media (Brazilian Carnival Costumes)
Courtesy of the artist

Not just a few of us, 2014
Performance at the New Orleans Museum of Art
Courtesy of the artist

Not just a few of us, 2014
Audio documentation of performance presented on the occasion of Prospect.3:Notes for Now
Duration: 50 minutes, 40 seconds

Courtesy of the artist
Special thanks to William Sabourin O’Reilly
Charles Gaines (b. 1944, Charleston, South Carolina)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (second floor)

Sky Box I, 2011
Acrylic, digital print, polyester film and LED lights, changing light system, fixtures, and tracks
Courtesy of Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

Charles Gaines’ participation has been made possible, in part, by VIA Art Fund.
Theaster Gates (b. 1973, Chicago, Illinois)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (first floor)
Civil Tapestry 4, 2011
Decommissioned fire hoses and wood
Collection of Pamela Joyner & Alfred Giuffrida, San Francisco

Flag, 2014
Wood, rubber, tar, and metal
Courtesy of the artist and White Cube Gallery, London

Creamy Rich Sky. Asphalt Horizontal Roll, 2014
Wood, rubber, tar, and metal
Courtesy of the artist and White Cube Gallery, London
Paul Gauguin (1848 - 1903)
New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) (Impressionism Gallery)
Under the Pandanus (I Raro te Oviri), 1891
Oil on canvas
Dallas Museum of Art, Foundation for the Arts Collection, Gift of the Adele R. Levy Fund, Inc.

Pair of Doors: Rupe Tahiti, 1891-93
Oil on reverse-painted glass, painted beechwood
New Orleans Museum of Art: The Knoedler Benefit Fund and Gift of Two Anonymous Donors
Jeffrey Gibson (b. 1972, Colorado Springs, Colorado)
New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) (Modern & Contemporary Galleries)

Balls, 2012
Beaded balls (made by Frankie Sky Hawk based on paintings by Jeffrey Gibson), rawhide lacing, artificial sinew, wooden balls, buckskin, and glass beads
Courtesy of Samsøn, Boston, and MARC STRAUS, New York

Silver Log and Blanket #2, 2011-2012
Acrylic paint on wool blanket, acrylic paint, log (Black Locust), steel nails, tin caps, rawhide, artificial sinew, and steel cable
Courtesy of Samsøn, Boston, and MARC STRAUS, New York

Booger, 2011-2012
Booger mask by Roger Cain, Black Locust tree, goat hide, digital C-print, steel, and artificial sinew
Courtesy of Samsøn, Boston, and MARC STRAUS, New York

Flag, 2011-2012
Wool blanket, acrylic paint, copper pipe, and steel hardware
Collection of Fotene Demoulas and Tom Cote, Boston
Courtesy of MARC STRAUS, New York

Horse, 2011-2012
Wool blanket, acrylic paint, 7 German silver engraved medallions (made by Jhon Duane Goes In Center), and recycled wooden construction barrier
Courtesy of Samsøn, Boston, and MARC STRAUS, New York

Here it Comes, 2014
Deer rawhide, glass and plastic beads, wool blanket, beetle wings, artist’s own repurposed painting, artificial sinew, Drusy quartz, and steel and brass studs
Courtesy of Samsøn, Boston, and MARC STRAUS, New York

Believe Believe!, 2014
Found canvas punching bag, glass and plastic beads, artificial sinew, steel studs, acrylic paint, wool military blanket, nylon fringe, copper jingles, and steel chain
Courtesy of Samsøn, Boston, and MARC STRAUS, New York

Quiver, 2012
Deer hide, artificial sinew, beaded balls (made by Frankie Skye Hawk), neon tube light
Collection of Vicki and Kent Logan, Vail, Colorado
Piero Golia (b. 1974, Naples, Italy)
Isaac Delgado Art Gallery

The Comedy of Craft (copying the nose of George Washington)
Act 2: Making the Mold, 2014

Performance
Courtesy of the artist; Gagosian Gallery, New York; and Bortolami Gallery, New York

Piero Golia's participation has been made possible, in part, by Andisheh; Sabine and Cy Avini, New York; and the Instituto Italiano di Cultura, Los Angeles.
Camille Henrot (b. 1978, Paris, France)
Longue Vue houses & Gardens

Grosse Fatigue
, 2013 ©ADAGP Camille Henrot
Video (color, sound)
Duration: 13 minutes
Courtesy of the artist; Silex Films; and kamel mennour, Paris
Collection Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Los Angeles
Purchased with funds provided by Sue Tsao through Contemporary Friends, 2013
Jointly acquired with the MCA Chicago

Original music by Joakim
Voice by Akwetey Orraca-Tetteh
Text written in collaboration with Jacob Bromberg
Producer: kamel mennour, Paris, with the additional support of Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin, Paris
Production: Silex Films
Project conducted as part of the Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship Program, Washington, D.C.
Special thanks to the Smithsonian Archives of American Art, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, and the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
Lonnie Holley (b. 1950, Birmingham, Alabama)
Xavier University

Climbing to Understand the World, 2014
Library ladder, barbed wire, wires (from computers, telephones, and other electronics), globe, computer keyboard and computer monitor

Not Fully Armed, 2014
Broken wheel barrow, found concrete slab, brick, granite, ceramic drain pipe, and stones

You Forgot to Give Me Power, 2014
Found house debris and old radio

Floating at You, 2014
Barbed wire, plastic milk and Clorox bottles, glass bottle, fabric, rubber, and found wood 

If We Separate Church and State, 2014
Flag stand, wood and brass flagpole, crucifix 

His Memories Left Behind, 2014
Broken chair, slop bucket, newspaper, artificial flowers, gourd, garden fork, and root. 

Vox Humana II: Information and Instructions (Music Is Still Strong After Being Torn to Pieces), 2014
Pump organ, trumpet, turntables, violin case, trumpet case, harmonium, artificial flowers, and barbed wire  

God Bless Grandma (She Stayed Strong By Ways of the Great Spirit), 2014
Antique chair, beaded necklace, pocket book, covered foot stool, old clock radio, candle holder and candle, gas lamp, television remote control, broken window pane, cable television box, television, padded church bench, newspaper, wall clock, framed cross-stitched sign, wash basin, two small tables, antique baby quilt, ceramic plate, bible plaque, found framed photo, and rotary phone  

My Fading Cross, 2014
Railroad ties, rope, chains, and roots 

Memorial for the Unburied Children Who Rode Through Life Too Fast, 2014
Found PVC pipe box filled with debris, wire, found plastic tricycle, artificial flowers, rope, and broken child’s guitar 

Board Support, 2014
Old Ironing board, iron, church robe 

A Box of Ashes of the Unknown, 2014
Found box, desk lamp, iron ore debris, and found table

Left to Dig It Alone, 2014
Crutches, man’s belt, garden fork, smoothing iron, and sitter cane

Courtesy of the artist

Pieter Hugo (b. 1976, Johannesburg, South Africa)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (third floor)

Escort Kama. Enugu, Nigeria, 2008
Digital C-print

Gabazzini Zuo. Enugu, Nigeria, 2008
Digital C-print

Dike Ngube and Gold Gabriel. Enugu, Nigeria, 2008
Digital C-print

Chika Onyejekwe, Junior Ofokansi, Thomas Okafor. Enugu, Nigeria, 2008
Digital C-print

© Pieter Hugo. Courtesy of the artist; Stevenson, Cape Town/Johannesburg; and Yossi Milo, New York
Yun-Fei Ji (b. 1963, Beijing, China)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (Emerge Gallery, first floor)

The Village and its ghosts, 2014
Ink and watercolor on Xian paper
Courtesy of the artist and James Cohan Gallery, New York and Zeno X Gallery
Remy Jungerman (b. 1959, Moengo, Suriname)
Joan Mitchell Center Studios

Wise Words, 2010
Painted wood, textile, photo, gin-bottles, kaolin, framed tile, and map

Voices of Babel, 2013
Painted wood

Transition Obeah, 2013
Painted wood, textile, photo, gin-bottles, kaolin, framed tile, and map

Opete Disguised I, 2013
Painted wood, textile, and kaolin

Opete Disguised II, 2013
Painted wood and kaolin

Opete Disguised III, 2013
Painted wood and textile

Horizontal Charm, 2014
Painted wood, textile, and kaolin

Ultimate Resistance, 2014
Wood, textile, and kaolin

Courtesy of the artist

Remy Jungerman's participation has been made possible, in part, by the Mondriaan Fonds and the Netherland-America Foundation.
Glenn Kaino (b. 1972, Los Angeles, California)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (second floor)
Tank, 2014
Live Corals (green star polyps, pulsing xenia, yellow polyps, acroporas, mushrooms and sinularia), clear casts, rocks, water tanks, water aquarium system management, and lights
Courtesy of the artist; Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles; and Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago

Glenn Kaino’s project has been produced in collaboration with Grand Arts, Kansas City, Missouri. Special thanks to Aquamoon, Chicago.
Lucia Koch (b. 1966, Porto Alegre, Brazil)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (first floor)

Mood Disorder, 2014
Gradient color printed on Plexiglas and glass
Courtesy of the artist and Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica
Hew Locke (b. 1959, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Newcomb Art Gallery

Mosquito Hall, 2013
Acrylic on C-print

Mosquito Hall, 2013
Acrylic on C-print

The Nameless, 2010-2014
Black beads, cord, and glue on cotton cloth

Courtesy of the artist and Hales Gallery, London
Los Jaichackers
Julio Cesar Morales (b. 1966, Tijuana, Mexico)
Eamon Ore- Girón   (b. 1973, Tucson, Arizona)
Joan Mitchell Center Studios

Subterranean Homesick Cumbia, 2014
Two channel HD video Installation, mixed media
Courtesy of the artists

Los Jaichackers’ participation has been made possible, in part, by Gallery Wendi Norris; Marc and Jamie Lunder; and Roberta Sarnoff.
Sophie T. Lvoff (b. 1986, New York, New York)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (second floor)

Steamboat Natchez (Calliope), 2014
Archival inkjet print mounted on Dibond

Chartres Street (Friendly Bar I), 2014
Archival inkjet print mounted on Dibond

North Rampart Street (718), 2014
Archival inkjet print mounted on Dibond

North Rampart Street (Bonneville), 2014
Archival inkjet print mounted on Dibond

Press Street (Sunset), 2014
Archival inkjet print mounted on Dibond

St. Claude Avenue (Saturn Bar I), 2014
Archival inkjet print mounted on Dibond

St. Bernard Avenue (Sardine), 2014
Archival inkjet print mounted on Dibond

Simon Boliver Avenue (Hot Spot), 2014
Archival inkjet print mounted on Dibond

Loyola Avenue (New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal I), 2014
Archival inkjet print mounted on Dibond

Courtesy of the artist
Kerry James Marshall (b. 1955, Birmingham, Alabama)
Ashé Cultural Arts Center

The Manifold Pleasures, and such…, 2014
Gold-mirrored Plexiglas
Courtesy of the artist and David Zwirner Gallery; Jack Shainman Gallery, New York; and Koplin Del Rio, Culver City
Tameka Norris (b. 1979, Agana, Guam)
with Garrett Bradley (b. 1980, New York, New York)
May Gallery & Residency

Meka Jean: How She Got Good, 2014
Four channel video installation
Courtesy of the artists and Lombard Freid Projects, New York

Written & Directed by: Tameka Norris and Garrett Bradley
Produced by: Tameka Norris and Garrett Bradley
Executive Producer: Tameka Norris
Cinematography: Garrett Bradley, Jason Foster, and Zac Manuel
Edited by: Tameka Norris
Akosua Adoma Owusu (b. 1984, Alexandria, Virginia)
Joan Mitchell Center Studios

KWAKU ANANSE, 2013
Single channel HD film projection
Duration: 25 minutes
Courtesy of Obibini Pictures
Ebony G. Patterson (b. 1981, Kingston, Jamaica)
Newcomb Art Gallery

…and then–beyond the bladez, 2014
Mixed media on paper

…in di grass–beyond the bladez, 2014
Mixed media on paper

…shortly after 8–beyond the bladez, 2014
Mixed media on paper

...two birds-beyond the bladez, 2014
Mixed media on paper

...wata marassa-beyond the bladez, 2014
Mixed media on paper

Courtesy of the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago
Hayal Pozanti (b. 1983, Istanbul, Turkey)
Joan Mitchell Center Studios

Left-Over Clouds, 2014
Acrylic on wood panel

The Family Drone, 2014
Acrylic on wood panel

micro-micro, 2014
Acrylic on wood panel

Data Double, 2014
Acrylic on wood panel

Soft Tyranny, 2014
Acrylic on wood panel

Courtesy the artist and Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco
The Propeller Group
Phunam (b. 1974, Saigon, Vietnam)
Matt Lucero (b. 1976, Upland, California)
Tuan Andrew Nguyen (b. 1976, Saigon, Vietnam)
with Christopher Myers (b. 1974, New York, New York )
Uno St. Claude Art Gallery

The Propeller Group
The Living Need Light The Dead Need Music, 2014
Single channel video (3840x2160. 25p. Color. 5.1 surround sound)
Courtesy of the artists and Lombard Freid Gallery, New York

Christopher Myers
Echo in the Bones, 2014
Mixed media with funerary instruments
Courtesy of the artist
Special thanks to Terry Young, Fatima Shaik, Karen Ott, Mr. Brooks, and the student musicians of Martin Luther King Charter School 
Pushpamala N. (b. 1956, Bangalore, India)
with Clare ARNI (b. 1962, United Kingdom)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans
(third floor)

Native Women of South India: Manners and Customs, 2000-2004

Lady in Moonlight (after 1889 oil painting by Raja Ravi Varma)
Type C-print on metallic paper

Yogini (after Deccani (Bijapur school) miniature painting, circa 16th century)
Type C-print on metallic paper

Our Lady of Velankanni (after contemporary votive image)
Type C-print on metallic paper

Circus (after "Famous Circus" black and white photograph by Mary Ellen Mark)
Type C-print on metallic paper

Flirting (after 1990's Kannada film still)
Silver gelatin print on resin coated paper

Lakshmi (after oleograph from Ravi Varma Press early 20th century)
Type C-print on metallic paper

Returning From The Tank (after oil painting by Raja Ravi Varma)
Type C-print on metallic paper

Cracking the Whip (after 1970s Tamil film still)
Type C-print on metallic paper

Toda (after late 19th century British anthropometric photograph)
Sepia toned gelatin silver print on fiber paper

Criminals (after police photograph, “Times of India”, Bangalore, 2001)
Silver gelatin print on resin coated paper

Courtesy of the artists; Plus 91 Foundation, New York; and the Collection of Shumita and Arani Bose, New York
Joe Ray (b. 1944, Alexandria, Louisiana)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (second floor)

Blue Spade, 1993
Acrylic on canvas, cotton fabric, and vinyl record disk

US, 1993
Acrylic on canvas and cotton fabric

The Super Continent, 1993
Acrylic on canvas, cotton fabric, and wood box with objects, glass top

Courtesy of the artist
Will Ryman (b. 1969, New York, New York)
City Park

Icon, 2011
Painted stainless steel, Nida-Core, fiberglass, and paint
Courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York

Will Ryman’s participation is made possible, in part, with support from New Orleans City Park.
Analia Saban (b. 1980, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (first floor)

Composition with Readymade Paint (from House Mouldings), 2014
Found moldings, peeled molding paint, and wax crayon on linen canvas

Composition with Readymade Paint (from Door), 2014
Found door and peeled door paint on linen canvas

Composition on Three-Pane Broken Window, 2014
White molding with stretched canvas

Composition with Readymade Paint (from 8ft. House Moulding), 2014
Found molding and peeled molding beam paint on linen canvas

Marking (from Bathroom Sink), 2014
Found bathroom sink and ground sink pigment on linen canvas

Composition on Six-Pane Broken Window, 2014
Wax crayon and linen on six-pane window with broken glass

Chair Cushion with Protruding Upholstery Springs, 2014
Linen canvas on found seat cushion with inner upholstery springs on walnut shelf

Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
Lisa Sigal (b. 1962, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans

Home Court Crawl, 2014
Archival digital prints with mixed media on Tyvek
Courtesy of the artist, © Suzan-Lori Parks

Home Court Crawl, 2014
Broadsheets
Courtesy of the artist, © Suzan-Lori Parks
Special thanks to Suzan-Lori Parks, and her “365 Days/ 365 Plays”, 2002
Lisa Sigal’s participation has been made possible, in part, by Creative Capital.
Gary Simmons (b. 1964, New York, New York)
Tremé Market Branch

Recapturing Memories of the Black Ark, 2014
Plywood inlaid epoxy floor and PA speakers
Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, New York; Anthony Meier, San Francisco; Simon Lee, London; and Regen Projects, Los Angeles

This project has been made possible, in part, by the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation.
Herbert Singleton (b. 1945 - 2007)
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art (fifth floor, Outsider Gallery)

Angola, n.d. (1990s)
Painted wood bas relief
Collection of Gordon W. Bailey, Los Angeles

Come Out of Her, n.d.
Painted wood bas relief
Collection of Gordon W. Bailey, Los Angeles

Dr. Kilikey, n.d.
Painted wood bas relief
Collection of Gordon W. Bailey, Los Angeles

Heaven Help Us of All, n.d.
Painted wood bas relief
Collection of Gordon W. Bailey, Los Angeles

Leander Perez, 1992
Enamel paint on wood
Collection of The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Gift of the Roger H. Ogden Collection

Raspberry Man, 1992
Enamel paint on wood
Collection of The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Gift of the Roger H. Ogden Collection

Boyfriend, 1992
Enamel paint on wood
Collection of The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Gift of the Roger H. Ogden Collection

Strawberry Woman, 1992
Enamel paint on wood
Collection of The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Gift of the Roger H. Ogden Collection
Lucien Smith (b. 1989, Los Angeles, California)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (first floor)

Ark (History of the Earth), 2013
Silkscreen on canvas

Mene, Mene, Tekel Upharsin, 2013
Oil on canvas

Courtesy of the artist and Salon 94, New York
Tavares Strachan
BAHAMAS
The Mississippi River and The Exchange Gallery

You Belong Here, 2014
Blocked out neon
Courtesy of the artist 

Production: David Meinhart, Joseph Vincent Gray, Michael Hall, Chris Hoover, Speed Levitch, Erica Sellers, Bob Snead, and Christophe Thompson. 

Tavares Strachan’s participation has been made possible, in part, by The Ed Bradley Family Foundation; Canal Barge Company, Inc.; Chris & Wayne at Prosigns LLC; Magnolia Fleet LLC; Safway LLC; Press Street; and Flatland.
Agus Suwage (b. 1959, Java, Indonesia)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (third floor)

Tolerance #1, 2012
Oil, acrylic, and bitumen on canvas

Tolerance #2, 2012
Oil, acrylic, and bitumen on canvas

Tembok Toleransi #2, 2013
Tin cans and car audio systems

Courtesy of the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York
Alma Thomas (1891- 1978)
USA
New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) (Modern & Contemporary Galleries)

Azaleas in Spring, 1968
Oil on canvas
Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York

Carnival of Autumn Leaves, 1973
Oil on canvas
Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York

Dogwood Display II, 1972
Acrylic on canvas
The New Orleans Museum of Art: Gift of Elizabeth R. French
Antonio Vega Macotela (b. 1980, Mexico City, Mexico)
Longue Vue houses & Gardens

Selections from the series Time Divisa, 2006-2010
Mixed media
Courtesy of the artist and LABOR, Mexico City
Carrie Mae Weems (b. 1953, Portland, Oregon)
The George & Leah McKenna Museum of African American Art

Into the Abyss, 2003
Pigment ink print

Untitled (billboard), 2003
Pigment ink print

Untitled (Path to the Manor), 2003
Gelatin silver print

Sorrow's Bed, 2003
Iris print

At the Precipice, 2003
Gelatin silver print

Passage Way l 2003
Gelatin silver print

Passage Way ll, 2003
Gelatin silver print

Looking Forward, 2003
Gelatin silver print

Looking Back, 2003
Gelatin silver print

Untitled (Standing on the Tracks), 2003
Gelatin silver print

Untitled (industrial Tanks), 2003
Gelatin silver print

Untitled (Cemetary), 2003
Gelatin silver print

The Louisiana Project was commissioned by the Newcomb Art Gallery at Tulane University to commemorate the bicentennial anniveray of the Louisiana Purchase.

Missing Links Sheep, 2003
Iris print

Missing Links Chicken, 2003
Iris Print

Lincoln, Lonnie and Me - A Story in 5 parts, 2012
Video installation and mixed media

Lincoln, Lonnie and Me was commissioned for the exhibition Feminism and..., curated by Hilary Robinson, Ph.D., in 2012 for the Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Meaning and Landscape, 2003
DVD
Duration: 14 minutes

©CARRIE MAE WEEMS. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Entang Wiharso (b. 1967, Java, Indonesia)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (first floor)

I Don't Want to Be a Hero, 2013
Aluminum, resin, color pigment, and thread

Double Happiness #1 - Memorial Landscape, 2013
Aluminum, thread, resin, and color pigment

Double Happiness #2, 2013
Aluminum caste

Courtesy of the artist and MARC STRAUS, New York
David Zink Yi (b. 1973, Lima, Peru)
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (second floor)

Horror Vacui, 2009
Two-channel HD video installation
Duration: 120 minutes
Courtesy of the artist; Johann König, Berlin; and Hauser & Wirth, Zürich, London, New York