New Orleans art gallery listings, July 30-Aug. 6, 2015 _lowres

"Water Markers," polished acrylic slab with embeded digital images by Dawn DeDeaux is part of New Orleans Museum of Art's "Ten Years Gone" exhibit, featuring work by six contemporary artists who explore the passage of time, memory, loss and transformation a decade after Hurricane Katrina. Through Sept. 7. Templeman Galleries, 1 Collins Diboll Circle, City Park, New Orleans. (504) 658-4100. noma.org.

  • ANGELA KING GALLERY: “Being.” Paintings by Aaron Reichert. Opening Aug. 8. 241 Royal St., New Orleans. (504) 524-8211. angelakinggallery.com.
  • BARRISTER’S GALLERY: “Modern Swamp,” ceramics, photography and paintings curated by Susan Bowers. Opening Aug. 8 through Sept. 3. 2331 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans. (504) 525-2767. www.barristersgallery.com.
  • BARRISTER’S GALLERY: “My Re-sister, My self — Re-envisioning the American West” exhibition by BERG. Opening Aug. 8 through Sept. 3. 2331 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans. (504) 525-2767. www.barristersgallery.com.
  • BERTA’S AND MINA’S ANTIQUITIES GALLERY: “Puppy Love With My Angels From Above,” paintings by Mina Lanzas and Nilo Lanzas. 4138 Magazine St., New Orleans. (504) 895-6201.
  • CAROL ROBINSON GALLERY: 840 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans. (504) 895-6130. carolrobinsongallery.com.
  • COUP D’OEIL ART CONSORTIUM: “Crux,” Blaine Capone’s installation of three parts: cross, conversion and crusade, in which historical paintings inspire a contemporary cultural allegory. Through summer. 2033 Magazine St., New Orleans. (504) 722-0876. coupdoeilartconsortium.com.
  • FAIRYNOLA: “Enchantment,” paintings by Jodan and Louise Rimington. 5715 Magazine St., New Orleans. (504) 269-2033. fairynola.com.
  • FOUNDATION GALLERY: “Botanical Explorations,” an exhibit of new work by Layla Messkoub. Opening Aug. 8 through Aug. 31. 1109 Royal St., New Orleans. foundationgallerynola.com.
  • 5 PRESS GALLERY: “Crystalline,” exhibition of paintings and installations by Greta de la Rua, Anna Koeferi and Paul Wright, recent graduates of NOCCA’s Visual Arts program, that explore the visual abstraction of erosion. Through Aug. 15. 5 Press St., New Orleans. 5pressgallery.com.
  • GALLERY ORANGE: “Romancing Banality,” multimedia installation by Lyle Carbajal. 819 Royal St., New Orleans. (504) 875-4006. Text ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorText ColorText ColorText Colorgallery-orange.com
  • HISTORIC NEW ORLEANS COLLECTION: “From Winnfield to Washington — The Life and Career of Huey P. Long,” coinciding with the 80th anniversary of the former governor’s death. The collection includes more than 140 documents, maps, objects and photos. Through Oct. 11. Williams Gallery, 533 Royal St., New Orleans. (504) 523-4662. hnoc.org.
  • HISTORIC NEW ORLEANS COLLECTION: “Visions of a City — Printed Views of 19th Century New Orleans,” early cityscapes and their role in bringing New Orleans to the rest of the country. Through Aug. 15. Laura Simon Nelson Galleries for Louisiana Art, 400 Chartres St., New Orleans. (504) 598-7171. hnoc.org.
  • J&S GALLERY: Woodcarvings and paintings. 3801 Jefferson Highway, Jefferson. (504) 952-9163.
  • LONGUE VUE HOUSE AND GARDENS: “The Weight of Flowers” exhibit by Cristina Molina and Leah Floyd on their experiences of India. Through Aug. 9. 7 Bamboo Lane, New Orleans. (504) 293-4712. longuevue.com.
  • LOUISIANA STATE MUSEUM PRESBYTERE: “From The Big Apple to The Big Easy — Carnival Costume Designs,” costume designs by Helen Clark Warren and John C. Scheffler. Through Dec. 4. 2016. 751 Chartres St., New Orleans. (504) 568-6968. louisianastatemuseum.org.
  • NATIONAL WWII MUSEUM: “Fight for the Right to Fight — African-American Experiences in World War II” exhibit features artifacts, photographs, oral histories and associated educational programming to highlight some of the extraordinary achievements and challenges of African-Americans during World War II, both overseas and on the home front. Through May 30. 945 Magazine St., New Orleans. (877) 813-3329 or (504) 528-1944. www.nationalww2museum.org.
  • NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART: “Self/Reflection” featuring a selection of works from the permanent collection by Brassaï, Jaroslav Rossler, Florence Henri, Clarence John Laughlin and others that investigate, play with and exploit reflections and mirror images in modern photography. Through Aug. 9. Pailet Galleries, 1 Collins Diboll Circle, City Park, New Orleans. (504) 658-4100. noma.org.
  • NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART: “Ten Years Gone,” featuring work by six contemporary artists who explore the passage of time, memory, loss and transformation a decade after Hurricane Katrina. Through Sept. 7. Templeman Galleries, 1 Collins Diboll Circle, City Park, New Orleans. (504) 658-4100. noma.org.
  • NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART: “A Louisiana Parlor: Antebellum Taste and Context” will feature the rococo revival parlor from the Butler-Greenwood Plantation in St. Francisville in its entirety and component parts, illuminating its setting and the taste for revival styles in furniture and decorative arts prevalent in the mid-19th-century South. Through Oct. 14. 1 Collins Diboll Circle, City Park, New Orleans. (504) 658-4100. noma.org.
  • OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART: “The Rising,” photography by Sophie Lvoff, Jonathan Traviesa and more about the revitalization of the city following Katrina. Through Sept. 20. 925 Camp St., New Orleans. (504) 539-9606. ogdenmuseum.org.
  • OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART: “Artist Spaces,” photographs by Tina Freeman of 21 New Orleans artists and the places they create included in her recent book. Through Sept. 6. 925 Camp St., New Orleans. (504) 539-9606. ogdenmuseum.org.
  • OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART: “Self-Taught — Outsider and Visionary Art From the Permanent Collection” features works by Charles Hutson, Elayne Goodman, Thornton Dial, Clementine Hunter, George Andrews, the Rev. Howard Finster and more. Through Nov. 7. 925 Camp St., New Orleans. (504) 539-9606. ogdenmuseum.org.
  • SCOTT EDWARDS STUDIO AND GALLERY: “Of the Rising Tide — A Photo Essay on the Vanishing Bayou Community of Isle de Jean Charles,” by Melinda Rose, showing the everyday life of a Native American community on the verge of losing its home to coastal erosion. 2109 Decatur St., New Orleans. (504) 610-0581. www.scottedwardsgallery.com.
  • SOUTHERN FOOD AND BEVERAGE MUSEUM: Antoine’s Restaurant exhibit commemorates the historic French Quarter eatery’s 175th anniversary. 1504 O.C. Haley Blvd., New Orleans. (504) 569-0405. southernfood.org.
  • THE OLD U.S. MINT: “Keeping Time — Extraordinary Images from Louisiana’s Musical Past” features photographs showcasing the great musicians who have made Louisiana music famous around the world. Through Sept. 27. 400 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans. (504) 568-6993. Text ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorText ColorText ColorText Colorwww.louisianastatemuseum.org.
  • THE OLD U.S. MINT: “Time Takes a Toll — Conserving the Musical Past.” This exhibition on the conservation of musical instruments showcases Fats Domino’s recently conserved grand piano as well as Sidney Bechet’s soprano saxophone and Louis Armstrong’s first cornet. Visitors have the opportunity to view a signature selection of instruments owned and played by renowned, ground-breaking Louisiana musicians and to understand the issues involved in the maintenance and conservation of these artifacts. Through Jan. 1. 400 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans. (504) 568-6993. Text ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorText ColorText ColorText Colorwww.louisianastatemuseum.org.