In addition to beignets, jazz and football, New Orleans appears to have a pretty good handle on contemporary art. Concurrently on view with the “Prospect 1.5” edition of the city’s Biennial of international art, “Elements of Nature” is showcasing selections from the CA-based Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation’s permanent collection at the Contemporary Art Center of New Orleans.
On view through February 27, 2011, the exhibition features works by MMG artists Todd Hebert, Allison Schulnik, Ali Smith and Cindy Wright alongside Ed Ruscha, Robert Rauschenberg, Billy Al Bengston and many others. More information on the show – curated by Billie Milam Weisman – can be found on the exhibition website.
In case you missed Todd Hebert‘s 2009 show with Mark Moore Gallery, you can check out his newest works at Jack Shainman Gallery through April 17, 2010!
“Recent Work,” which opened yesterday (March 18th) features several new paintings and works on paper by Hebert, all of which employ his trademark play on depth perception and dreamy haziness.
For more information on this exhibition, or the artist, you may visit Jack Shainman Gallery’s website.
Todd Hebert ventures into Texas with a solo exhibition of new work at Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery – opening on October 3, 2009, 11a – 1p – and is on view through November 5, 2009.
For more information on the show’s details and the gallery, visit DBHB Gallery’s website.
Don’t you want to know what all the fuss is about? Make a mad dash to MMG before Todd Hebert and Jennifer Nehrbass’ shows close this Saturday (08/15)!
Indecisive? Let a few of our critical peers assure you it’s worth your time:
Flavorpill’s Phil Kropoth wrote a lovely bit on Todd Hebert and Jennifer Nehrbass’ shows today:
Thanks, Phil! Don’t forget to swing by this week to see the show for yourself before it closes this Saturday (08/15/09).
To view the full review and event page on Flavorpill’s LA site, click here.
David Pagel of the LA Times wrote a moving review on Todd Hebert’s newest body of work, “City and Country,” on display through August 15th here at Mark Moore Gallery.
Read how David feels Todd “beat the odds” here!
Todd and Jennifer’s shows opened to sensational reviews and a full house last Saturday night. We thank them both for making the journey to LA to be in attendance for the event, and all of the gallery’s supporters for making yet another memorable opening. A few photo highlights courtesy of Will Tee Yang Photography can be found below, and by clicking here.
Todd Hebert elucidates on his craft in Mark Moore Gallery’s most recent artist interview.
Check out Todd’s thoughts on kitsch, his new body of work and the infamous snowmen on our Interviews page.
Beautiful/Decay have a great feature on Todd Hebert. A lot of the work shown in this post will be in Todd’s solo show at the gallery, City and Country, which opens on July 11th.
Both Todd Hebert and Tim Bavington had some fantastic examples of their work at The Armory Show in the Jack Shainman Gallery booth.