If You Happen to Find Yourself in New Orleans for Jazz Fest…

My dad's work is going to be included in a show a Kirsha Kaechele Projects gallery alongside lots of other incredibly talented artists...stop by!

The exhibition illustrates the cohesive movement coming out of Lafayette, Louisiana beginning in the 1950's, and its unlikely but profoundly deep ties to the larger New York and international art scene. The exhibition includes Robert Rauchenburg's four part mirrored panels, Star Quarters, and demonstrates his strong and influencial ties to Lafayette. Also featured are a sound installation and paintings by Dickie Landry and a retrospective of his collaborations with artists including Phillip Glass and Laurie Anderson; paintings and a site specific installation by Frances Pavy; early work by George Rodrigue, and documentation of Gordon Matta-Clark and Tina Girouard's installation/restaurant, Food, in SOHO new york. As an expression of gratitude and in place of the four Rauchenburg panels, four works by New Orleans artists Robert Tannen, James Macdonell, Noel Fisher and Kim + Scott Pterodactyl will hang in collectors Carla and Chuck Rush's Lafayette Home for the duration of the show. Curated by Dickie Landry and Kirsha Kaechele.

Via kkprojects.org


mary said...

How super cool! I must check out your dad's music.

traphic signs said...

my dad will be there... at your dad's show!