PRESS STREET'S ANTENNA GALLERY

3718 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans

THIS MONTH @ ANTENNA:
Parameters & Diversions


Opening Reception: 6:00pm Saturday, April 12, 2014
43, by Robin Price, Courtesy of the artist
43, by Robin Price, Courtesy of the artist

Parameters

On View: April 12 – May 4, 2014
Opening Reception: April 12, 6-9pm
Happy Hour Artist Salon with Gerald Cannon: May 1, 6pm

Parameters features work from national and local artists who use chance experiments, media or process restrictions, and conceptual rules as boundaries or guidelines to form their work. The exhibition includes artist books, sculpture and prints from Gerald Cannon (New Orleans, LA), Jessica Hoffman (Seattle, WA), Heidi Neilson (Brooklyn, NY), and Robin Price (Middletown, CT).

On Thursday, May 1, 6pm, Antenna Gallery will host a Happy Hour Artist Salon with Gerald Cannon. Cannon is a professor at Loyola University where he teaches Digital Arts. He will discuss and present his current work.

A catalog with a new essay by David Robinson accompanies the exhibition.

Parameters is presented in partnership between SIFT and Press Street’s Antenna Gallery.

 

Natural Order: A Game of Pairs, by Anne Covell, Courtesy of the artist

Diversions

On View: April 12 – May 4, 2014
Opening Reception: April 12, 6-9pm
Juror Walkthrough with Friedrich Kerksieck & Luba Zygarewicz: Thursday, April 24, 6pm

Diversions, presents a juried selection of artist books and book-related works in Press Street’s new Reading Room 220. Selected by local artists Friedrich Kerksieck and Luba Zygarewicz, these works explore the use of rules and play as a way for making work and/or creating interaction with the viewer. The artist books in Diversions can be handled and read during the Reading Room 220’s open hours (Tuesday-Sunday, 12-5pm).

Diversions include artwork from: Sarah Bryant, Karen Carcia, Anne Covell, Sue Carrie Drummond, Jenna Fincher, Frank Hamrick, Moon Jung Jang, Jill Kambs, Ellen Knudson, Kimberly Maher, Laura Mongiovi, Pamela Olson, and Emily Tipps.

The Reading Room 220 will also host a juror’s walkthrough of Diversions on Thursday, April 24 at 6pm. Friedrich Kerksieck and Luba Zygarewicz will each talk about a few of the pieces in the exhibition.

Diversions is presented in partnership between SIFT and Press Street’s Reading Room 220.

 

PAST EXHIBITIONS @ ANTENNA:

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Mar 8 2014 - Apr 6 2014
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Feb 8 2014 - Mar 2 2014
phillips_postcard_front
Jan 11 2014 - Feb 2 2014
Trosclair copy
Dec 14 2013 - Jan 5 2014
memoryProject
Nov 9 2013 - Dec 8 2013
Deris
Oct 12 2013 - Nov 3 2013
process-thumbnail
Sep 14 2013 - Oct 6 2013
VoidLoopFinalPost
Aug 10 2013 - Sep 8 2013
AnnieLaurie
Jul 13 2013 - Aug 5 2013
''An Indian, Servant, and Slave walk into a bar...''  Artwork by BRIAN CIRMO.
Jun 8 2013 - Jun 30 2013
banquetnewsletter
Apr 13 2013 - May 5 2013
livingroom
Mar 9 2013 - Apr 6 2013
01BeautifulPossibility
Jan 12 2013 - Feb 3 2013
"El Museo," 2011 by Pablo Genovés
Dec 8 2012 - Jan 6 2012
larson
Oct 12 2012 - Nov 23 2012
Butter on the Sidewalk. Photo: Natalie McLaurin.
Aug 10 2012 - Aug 10 2012
6-manets-dejeuner-sur-l-herbe-final
Jun 9 2012 - Jun 30 2012
Spaceward-Ho
Apr 14 2012 - Apr 30 2012
Image: Detail of Continua, Katie Murken
Mar 10 2012 - Apr 8 2012
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Feb 11 2012 - Mar 4 2012
eeaopoststart1web
Jan 14 2012 - Feb 5 2012
Instructions_Chan1
Oct 8 2011 - Dec 4 2011
"Ash Column" by Angela Driscoll, 2011.  Photo by Taylor Lasseigne
Sep 10 2011 - Oct 2 2011
by Steve MacDonald
Aug 13 2011 - Sep 4 2011
NEW!what we can do front
Jul 9 2011 - Aug 7 2011
by Max Cafard, realization by Stephen Duplantier
Feb 11 2012 - Mar 4 2012
Untitled_attributed_to_Lucas_de_Heere_Belgin_ca1570_-_HMCooper
Jun 11 2011 - Jul 3 2011
mymom
May 14 2011 - Jun 5 2011
htbf
Apr 9 2011 - May 8 2011
highonfire_Craig_Branum
Feb 12 2011 - Mar 6 2011
Machines_on_Paper_Postcard3
Jan 8 2011 - Feb 5 2011
kambli_1
Dec 9 2010 - Jan 2 2011
Giant Pic
Nov 13 2010 - Dec 4 2010
Nov 13 2010 - Dec 5 2010
PD Promo Cover
Oct 9 2010 - Nov 7 2010
crimeNOLA_show_front
Sep 11 2010 - Sep 26 2010
wornagain
Jul 10 2010 - Jul 24 2010
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Jun 12 2010 - Jul 9 2010
DankMirthShowInvitefrontSM
May 8 2010 - Jun 6 2010
Projection_bias
Apr 10 2010 - May 2 2010
deep-pockets
Mar 13 2010 - Apr 4 2010
The Shave
Jan 9 2010 - Feb 7 2010
k11
Dec 12 2009 - Jan 10 2010
Nov 14 2009 - Nov 14 2009
deepdowndirty_25
Oct 10 2009 - Nov 7 2009
caliDreaming
Sep 12 2009 - Oct 4 2009
sum_show
May 9 2009 - Jun 21 2009
outofsamepot
Apr 18 2009 - Apr 26 2009
sleepConcert1
Apr 11 2009 - Apr 12 2009
I_Am_Nature_webSm
Mar 14 2009 - Apr 5 2009
Pat Cronin_image
Feb 14 2009 - Mar 8 2009
meatvsdirt
Jan 10 2009 - Feb 8 2009
Dec 13 2008 - Jan 4 2009
takeachance
Nov 1 2008 - Nov 18 2008
stitch_thumb
Sep 13 2008 - Oct 19 2008
echois-Rachel_still
Jul 12 2008 - Aug 17 2008
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Jun 13 2008 - Jul 8 2008
narrative
Apr 12 2008 - May 25 2008
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