The Angela King Gallery, 241 Royal St., has mounted an exhibition of photography to celebrate New Orleans culture and music during the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
The show features the work of three photographers who are different but complement each other, gallery owner Angela King said.
Bruce Johnson creates “lenticular” photographs that seem to move when the viewer’s angle changes. Steven Forster, who shoots and writes the “Party Central” column for The New Orleans Advocate, specializes in black and white images of iconic jazz musicians. Alexander Kazantsev, primarily a sculptor, has created massive, vivid images of Mardi Gras Indians on aluminum.
“I just thought it would be a beautiful show, to combine black and white, color and moving photographs,” King said.
The show will be on display through May 19. For more information, call (504) 524-8211 or go to angelakinggallery.com.