Art listings in New Orleans, Sept. 24-Oct. 1, 2015 _lowres

"I Searched for You," by Rachel Jones Deris, is a part of a dual exhibit at the Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery at Loyola University's Monroe Library. Also exhibiting is Lee Deigaard. The exhibit opens Tuesday. J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library, Loyola University, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans.

  • ANGELA KING GALLERY: “Being.” Paintings by Aaron Reichert. 241 Royal St., New Orleans. (504) 524-8211. angelakinggallery.com.
  • ANTENNA GALLERY: Dashboard, an experimental curatorial agency, presents five Atlanta-based artists selected by the organization in 2015 as part of a two-year residency program. Dash Initial is the collective beginning of the group and offers a sampling from each artists’ portfolio. Through Oct. 4. 3718 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans. (504) 398-3161.
  • ARTHUR ROGER GALLERY: 432 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 522-1999. arthurrogergallery.com.
  • ASHÉ CULTURAL ARTS CENTER: “Ashé to Amen.” A visual art exhibit exploring the enduring spirituality of people of African descent. In three galleries, Traditional, Diaspora and Contemporary. Guided tour, $25. Self-guided, $10. Seniors, $5. Through Oct. 4. 1712 O.C. Haley Blvd., 1731 Baronne St., New Orleans. (504) 569-9070. ashecac.org.
  • ATRIUM GALLERY: “Rise Delmar Ochsner Then and Now — A Retrospective” looks at 40 years of her work. Through Oct. 31. Christwood, 100 Christwood Blvd., Covington. christwoodrc.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.
  • BRAND NEW ORLEANS ART GALLERY: “Flight Patterns,” Mike Guidry’s works in oil on canvas and wood of birds, fish and other animals characteristic of the Louisiana ecosystem. 646 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans. (504) 251-2695. facebook.com/ brandneworleansartgallery.
  • BOYD|SATELLITE GALLERY: “Louisiana Cereal” is an exhibit by Blake Boyd of mixed-media works, enlarged prints from Polaroid photos. 440 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 581-2440. boydsatellitegallery.com.
  • BOYD|SATELLITE GALLERY: “LEVY” Ti-Rock Moore exhibition of mixed media and video. 440 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 581-2440. boydsatellitegallery.com.
  • CALLAN CONTEMPORARY: “Rhythm and Form,” exhibit of sculpture by Caprice Pierucci. 518 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 525-0518. callancontemporary.com.
  • CARROLL GALLERY: “Expanded Media,” with works by five artists in nontraditional media. Included will be Anita Cooke, Mark Grote, Rontherin Ratliff, Nikki Rosato and Sadie Sheldon. Through Thursday. Woldenberg Art Center, Newcomb Art Department, Tulane University, 6863 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans. (504) 314-2228. carrollgallery.tulane.edu.
  • COLLINS C. DIBOLL ART GALLERY: “Specters” and “Hippocamp and the Delta” are exhibits by Rachel Jones Deris and Lee Deigaard, part of Loyola University’s Montage Fine and Performing Arts Series. Opening reception is Tuesday. J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library, Loyola University, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans.
  • CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER: “REVERB: Past, Present, Future” is an exhibition of local artists that explores the evolution of art and artistic practices in New Orleans and its surrounding region over the last decade. 900 Camp St., New Orleans. (504) 528-3805. cacno.org.
  • 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.
  • CREATIVE SPACE AT THE MYRTLE BANKS BUILDING: “The People’s Murals” is a collection of works by hundreds of community members. Through Oct. 15. 1307 O.C. Haley Blvd., New Orleans. cano-la.org/myrtle-banks.
  • FAIR GRINDS COFFEE HOUSE: Katrina protesters’ memorabilia including posters, photos and papers. Through September. 2221 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans. facebook.com/HKatrinaProtestorsHistory.
  • FAIRYNOLA: “Enchantment,” paintings by Tim Jordan and Louise Rimington. 5715 Magazine St., New Orleans. (504) 269-2033. fairynola.com.
  • FOUNDATION GALLERY: “House: Group Exhibition” with Andrew Lamar Hopkins, Ben Hamburger, Marta Maleck, Loren Schwerd, Daniel J. Victor and Shawn Waco. Through Oct. 30. 1109 Royal St., New Orleans. foundationgallerynola.com.
  • GALLERY ORANGE: “Romancing Banality,” multimedia installation by Lyle Carbajal. 819 Royal St., New Orleans. (504) 875-4006. gallery-orange.com
  • GEORGE SCHMIDT’S GALLERY & STUDIO: Schmidt’s oil paintings and etchings of New Orleans and various points in history. 626 Julia St., New Orleans. georgeschmidt.com.
  • GUY LYMAN FINE ART: “Dorothy Jean” works by New Orleans photographer Les Schmidt. Opening Saturday, through Oct. 31. 3645 Magazine St., New Orleans. (504) 899-4687.
  • HISTORIC NEW ORLEANS COLLECTION: “The Katrina Decade: Images of an Altered City,” features the images of ongoing recovery by David G. Spielman. Through Jan. 9. Laura Simon Nelson Galleries, 400 Chartres St., New Orleans. (504) 523-4662. hnoc.org.
  • 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. 18. Williams Gallery, 533 Royal St., New Orleans. (504) 523-4662. hnoc.org.
  • ISAAC DELGADO FINE ARTS GALLERY: “Hide the Keys to Fertile King” by Brian St. Cyr “investigates the connection between exterior forms and the interior spaces they create.” Through Thursday. Building 1, Delgado Community College, 615 City Park Ave., New Orleans. (504) 671-6377. www.brianstcyr.com.
  • J&S GALLERY: Woodcarvings and paintings. 3801 Jefferson Highway, Jefferson. (504) 952-9163.
  • JEAN LAFITTE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK AND PRESERVE: “Louisiana: Close to Home and Close to Heart,” photography by local artist Lane Lefort. Through Nov. 1. 6588 Barataria Blvd., Marrero. (504) 589-2133. nps.gov/jela.
  • JOHN BUKATY STUDIO AND GALLERY: “Flags of Our Time — Exploring the populations they polarize and the lines they draw.” Bukaty will present the evolution of his 2013 Kansas City solo show “The American Collection.” 841 Carondelet St., New Orleans. (504) 533-8858. johnbukaty.com.
  • JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY: “No Dead Artists” is an international juried exhibition of 12 contemporary artists, including John Anderson, Rebecca Kuzemchak, Rachel Borgman, Michelle Ramin, Justin Gaffrey, Kim Rice, Richelle Gribble, Herb Roe, Teri Havens, Beth Waldman, Joo Lee Kang and Margi Weir. Through Saturday. 400 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 522-5471. jonathanferraragallery.com.
  • JULIE SILVERS ART: “New Beginnings,” by Julie Silvers, an exhibit of paintings and sculpture. 617 Julia St., New Orleans. juliesilvers.com.
  • LEMIEUX GALLERIES: Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series 2015 works by New Orleans winners of the competition, one of which will compete at SCOPE Miami Beach in December. Through Monday. 332 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 522-5988. lemieuxgalleries.com.
  • LONGUE VUE HOUSE AND GARDENS: “Reflections on Renewal through Art and Community” commemorates the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Collages by Wayne Amedee and examination of Longue Vue’s recovery. Through Oct. 11. 7 Bamboo Lane, New Orleans. (504) 293-4712. longuevue.com.
  • LOUISIANA STATE MUSEUM PRESBYTÈRE: “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.
  • MARTIN LAWRENCE GALLERY: 433 Royal St., New Orleans. Paintings, etchings and linocuts by 20th-century masters, including Warhol, Picasso, Erte and more. (504) 299-9055. martinlawrence.com.
  • MARTINE CHAISSON GALLERY: “Knocking From Inside,” by Mallory Page. Through Saturday. 727 Camp St., New Orleans. (504) 302-7942. martinechaissongallery.com.
  • MCKENNA MUSEUM: “The 10-Year Journey — Reflections of Family, Identity and New Orleans” photography exhibit by L. Kasimu Harris. Through Oct. 10. 2003 Carondelet St., New Orleans. (504) 586-7432. themckennamuseum.com.
  • 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. nationalww2museum.org.
  • NEW ORLEANS ART CENTER, GALLERY 3330: 3330 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans. (707) 779-9317.
  • NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART: “A Louisiana Parlor: Antebellum Taste and Context” features 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. 11. 1 Collins Diboll Circle, City Park, New Orleans. (504) 658-4100. noma.org.
  • NEW ORLEANS PHOTO ALLIANCE: “Catalyst” focuses on themes of rebirth, rejuvenation and transformation celebrating the cultural vibrancy post-Katrina. Through Nov. 15. 1111 St. Mary St., New Orleans. (504) 264-1855. neworleansphotoalliance.org.
  • NEWCOMB ART MUSEUM OF TULANE UNIVERSITY: “A Shared Space: KAWS, Karl Wirsum and Tomoo Gokita” includes works by each of the artists, including shaped canvases, drawings, paintings and sculpture. Through Jan. 3, Woldenberg Art Center, Tulane University, New Orleans. newcombartmuseum.tulane.edu.
  • OCTAVIA ART GALLERY: “Songs for the Delta” by Betsy Eby, abstract paintings created using an encaustic technique with pigment, sap and wax melted then applied to canvas. Through Oct. 25. 454 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 309-4249. octaviaartgallery.com.
  • OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART: 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.
  • RIVER HOUSE AT CREVASSE 22: “The Spirit of the People of St. Bernard — Portraits and Videos” celebrates the residents with portraits and photography by a variety of artists. Through Nov. 15. 8122 Saro Lane, Poydras. cano-la.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. scottedwardsgallery.com.
  • SINISTRA STUDIO: “Inside the Artist’s Studio” is ceramic work by Susand Bergman, Gerald Haessig and Kat Tonguis. Through Oct. 17. 3333 Kingman St., Metairie. (504) 812-3197. sinistrastudio.com.
  • SOREN CHRISTENSEN GALLERY: “Selections from the Roster” exhibit. 400 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 569-9501. sorengallery.com.
  • SOUTHERN FOOD AND BEVERAGE MUSEUM: “Photography of Modernist Cuisine” is a collection of more than 45 large-format pictures of food by Nathan Myhrvold and his team at Modernist Cuisine. Through March. 1504 O.C. Haley Blvd., New Orleans. (504) 569-0405. southernfood.org.
  • STELLA JONES GALLERY: “Lagniappe — Imagining New Orleans in a Post-Katrina World” is a group show. 201 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans. (504) 568-9850. stellajonesgallery.com.
  • THE OLD U.S. MINT: “Keeping Time — Extraordinary Images from Louisiana’s Musical Past” features photographs showcasing the great musicians who have made Louisiana’s music famous around the world. Through Sunday. 400 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans. (504) 568-6993. 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, groundbreaking 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. louisianastatemuseum.org.
  • TULANE CITY CENTER: “Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard: Past, Present and Future” exhibit features historic photographs, architectural plans and documents explore the physical and social history of the thoroughfare. Through Dec. 5. 1725 Baronne St., New Orleans. (504) 314-2330. tulanecitycenter.org.