oro Barrister's Gallery, New Orleans, outsider art,
                  visionary art
Director: Andy P. Antippas   Founded : 1976
2331 St. Claude Ave and Spain, New Orleans, LA 70117  504- 710-4506    Tues-Sat 11am-5pm   












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2331 St. Claude Ave & Spain
New Orleans, LA 70117  504- 710-4506 
Tues-Sat 11am-5pm


Exhibition History
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January 2018 Aimee Siegel and Jerry Siegel

January 2018 Fleming,Andry,Loney,Tagues

January 2018 Kristin Meyers

December 2017 Deos, Negos, Henderson

November 2017 Dawson and Boles

October 2017 Blair, Stephan, Saucedo

September 2017 Alley, Turner, Ozone

August 2017 Sizeler and Bowers

May 2017 Starwars, Tooke, Thoss, Verdin

April 2017 Ruth Ownens and Max Seckel

March 2017 Dan Tague Curates "State of Fear"

February 2017 Stoyanova, Kearney

January 2017
Siren Song: Martin, Shepard, VonDamitz, Kearney

December 2016- Kalal, Shain, Kearney

November 2016- Swafford, Thurston, Rudnick

October 2016- Dan Tague, John Isiah Walton

September 2016- Lorna Willimas, Chicory Miles

August 2016- Susan Bowers, Maxx Sizler

May 2016- Dan Tague: Dystopia, John Isiah Walton

April 2016- Aimee Farnet Siegel and Joel Scilley

March 2016- Daphne Loney and Myrtle von Damitz III

February 2016- Paris America: The ManoMano

January 2016- The Raw and the Cooked
December 2015- David, Couvillion, Meyers

November 2015- Webb, Harding, Meyers

October 2015- Beamish, Fedor, Antippas

September 2015- Hoffacker, Boles, Tague

August 2015- Susan Bowers

May 2015- Sue Ireland, Brooks Frederick, Ryan Burns

April 2015- Patrick Lichty, Bob Tooke and Meg Turner

March 2015- Dan Tague and James Steg

February 2015- Gary Oaks and Rob Owen

January 2015- Christpher Saucedo and Popup: J. Castilla-Bambaren


December 2014- Leake, Nelson, Scott, Sigart/Popup: Pulido, Hannant, Troeller

November 2014- Srdjan Loncar and Daniel Alley/Popup: Beau Hoffacker

October 2014- Jessica Goldfinch and Amy Guidry/Popup: Nikki Maxwell and Gin Taylor

September 2014- Susan Bowers/Popup: Kristin Myers

May 2014- Shawn Hall/Popup: Adam Montegut

April 2014- Ben Reid/Popup: David McPherson

March 2014- Dan Tague Curator: Thy Will Be Done Popup show: Demetri Masiakos

February 2014- Sylvain Sancton: Theme and Variations Popup show: Isiah Walton: Pretty Women

January 2014- Jennifer Maloney: "How Are Things?" Popup: Keith Duncan


December 2013- Tim Best, Euphus Ruth, Dennis Couvillion and Artemis Antippas

November 2013- Von Hoffacker and Popup: Aimee Farnet

October 2013- Lisa Osborn and Popup by Gary Oaks

September 2013- Christopher Brumfield and Popup by Jose Tores-Tamas

August 2013- Rachel David Sitting Prone and Popup by Marcel Fliusk

April 2013- Cardak Ni Na Nebu NiNa Zemjli
  PopUp Exhibit by Silke Thoss and Bob Tooke

March 2013- Her Infinite Variety, a group show

February 2013  Fresh Fruit for Rotten Vegetables , Pop-Up: Small Concerns  by Douglas Bruwster

January 2013,  Brooks Frederick, Corbin Cohver PopUp by Joy Glidden


December 2012- New work by Anne Marie Grgich,

November 2012-  Volatilia curated by Myrtle Von Damitz III

October 2013- Spirit Realm, curated by Pat Jolly, with PopUp Exhibit by Keith Duncan

September 2012- This Is How We Roll, PopUp exhibit by Sallie Ann Glassman

August 2012- John Davis: Stripped (On Flame with Rock n' Roll), PopUp : Keegan McCabe Hense: MINE

May-June 2012~
Visions of the Unnatural World, Work by Nikki Crooks, Amy Guidry, and Monique Ligons

April 2012- Jessica Goldfinch, Crimes Against Faith

March 2012~ Sean Star Wars & Aaron McNamee: New Prints

February 2012 - Postcards from Long Island, curated by Christopher Saucedo

January 2012 ~
Thought and Thoughtlessness, Gary Oaks


December 2011- Vaginas, Mixed media sculptures by Clifton Webb

October-November 2011- Retrospectacle, paintings by Scott Guion

September 2011 ~ Kathleen Loe ~ Precipice

August 2011 ~ Artists Who Wish They Were Dead II

June 2011- Dispopular Paintings, Silke Thoss and Bob Tooke

May 2011 ~ Marcel Flisiuk: New Work

April 2011 ~ Lillian Butter : Lost Little Girl's Art Show

March 2011 ~ Read My Lips, Terrence Sanders

February 2011 ~ Classified : Aaron McNamee and Nina Schwanse

January 2011 ~ Rajko Radovanovic:  I am the only White Man I Can Trust


November-December 2010 ~ Like a Prayer:Reflections of a 21st Century Feminine

October 2010 ~ Sean Starwars ~ "REBEL SCUM"

September 2010 ~ Maxx Sizeler ~ "From Start to Finish"

August 2010 ~ LOS INVISIBLES: Latino Immigrants Who Rebuilt New Orleans

June 2010 ~ Scott Guion ~" Hurricanes, Hand Grenades, and Other Delights"

May 2010 ~ Paper Works, David S. Rubin and Anthony Carriere

April 2010 ~ Karoline Schleh~Stare:"What wild new world is this?"

March 2010 ~ Michael Fedor ~ Mobius Strip Joint

January - February 2010  ~ I Wish I Was Dead Biennial


December 2009 ~ The Legend of Zradab

November 2009 ~ Minka Stoyanova, Warriors of the Apocalypse

October 2009 ~ Folk Magic & Curious Objects

September 2009~  New Orleans Wax: The Encaustic Art of Burks, Kaschalk, Parker and Roland

August 2009 ~ Thank You Sir, May I Have Another? 7 New Orleans Artists

June 2009 ~Christopher Brumfield ~ Blue Interrupted: Mixed Media Sculpture

May 2009 ~ The Morbid Anatomy cabinet: Gallery as Wunderkammer

April 2009 ~ Star in the Ghetto, Tim Hailey

March 2009 ~ Eye-Con, work by Scott Guion

Februry 2009 ~  John Greco ~ Copper Cremation Urns

January 2009 ~ Antiabecedarians


December 2008 ~ Jeffrey Cook-Cerebral: A Deeper Dark

November 2008 ~ Harry Moore and  Malcom McClay: A Tale of Two Cities
                                A Tale of Two Cities ~ Cork, Ireland

October 2008 ~  Patrick Lichty: The Reality Principle

September 2008 ~  Alex Podesta ~ Bunnies, Barbies and Beasties: Prints and Drawings

July 2008 ~  The Horror Show , Curated by Generic Art Solutions

June 2008- Super Nova 2

April - May 2008- Mars Tokyo Retrospective

March 2008- David Sullivan ~ "You Win"

February 2008- Christopher Saucedo~ You Are Here, Sculpture and Drawings

Janurary 2008- Gary Oaks, Happy Times

December 2007-Jan 5 2008- PHOTONOLA 2 ~ a group exhibition

November 2007 Anne Grgich

October 2007
SuperNova, Art for Art's Sake, Nova Projects New Orleans Registry

September 2007 Maxx Sizeler,
, Picking up the Pieces

June 2007 Unusual Suspects, Dan Tague Daphne Loney Generic Art Solutions Tim Best

May 2007 The Sacred Arts of Haiti

March 2007 Myrtle Von Dammitz III, I'm Running Out of Coffee and it Smells Like Onions

January 2007 Dennis Couvillion :Photographs As Seen on the Streets of NY

December 2006  Patrick Lichty:Zen for Bot and Video Objects, and Micheal Fedor: Cerberis Drowning

November 2006 Ryan Burns: Dendric Dialogues and John Greco:Anatomic, new work in copper.

October 2006 Douglas  Brewster and Altered Perceptions: The Third Annual Exhibition of Artist Struggling with Mental Illness

May-September 2006 Mao Now and Art of Dennis Holt

March - April 2006  Likeness: Atypical Portriature curated by Dan Tangue    and  Life is Cruel: New Paintings by Julie Crozat

January - February 2006 Katrina, You Bitch! A group show. Jan 7 thru Jan 26 including; Sean Starwars  Dirty Work : Woodcuts. 21st Century Blues: New Sculpture by Christopher Scott Brumfield.
November - December 2005 All Dressed Up. Curated by Dan Tague. A group show including: Daphne Loney, G.A.S., Maxx Sizeler, Jessica Goldfinch, Jonathan Traviesa, Juie Anne Pieri, Andrea Loest, Denis Couvillion, Heather Weathers, Kimberly Dummons, and Dan Tague
October 2005  11am to curfew: Sallie Ann Glassman Glimpses of the Invisible and Altered Perceptions II Artists with Mental Illness

June 2005  Herbert Singleton: An Informal Exhibition of Recent Carvings: Panels, Oak Limbs, and a Cypress Door, Bernardo of New Orleans: The Photography of Bernardo Wade
May 7 - June 30, 2005  Pinky Bass, Ruth Marten, Dana Moore, Laura Noland-Hunter, Kathy Vellard, Alexis Wreden and New Work Finger paintings, by John Arceneaux
March 5 - April 30, 2005 Tasha Robbins :The Spirit That Moves Us
February 12 - March 5, 2005 Hydriotaphia: New Orleans Artists Design Their Own Funeral Urns
January 8 - February 28, 2005 Matjames: New Constructions
December 4, 2004 - January 30 2005 Karoline Schleh: Travel Notes and Jill Solomon: Out of the Fire
November 6 - December 30, 2004 Glamazon. New Paintings by Elizabeth Fox
October - November 2004 HIP-HOP Art As Resistance; Willie Birch, Jeffrey Cook, Denis Holt, Paul Deo
October 30 - 31, 2004 New Orleans’ Fourth Annual Book Fair
October 2 - 29, 2004 Altered Perceptions: Artists With Mental Disabilities, New Orleans and Austin. All proceeds go to NAMI/NO to assist in establishing a permanent arts program.
June - July 2004 BioDiscourse: The Tree Ring’s Testimony  Rubbings by Ryan Burns
May - June 2004 Fatima’s Dream  Small Works by Rene Stout
May 2004 Glass and Metal Chris Fiertner
April - May 2004 Selections From the Selket Series and Other Remote Views Mike Fedor
March - April 2004 Not-Your-Mama’s-Jazz-Fest-Poster , "History of the New Orleans Jazz Fest Poster" by Dr. Andy Antippas) Participating artists included: Michael Willmon, Julie Crozat, Sean Star Wars , Patrick Lichty , Matjames, Michael Fedor, John Slade, Andrea-Volkoff Senutovich, Mike Smith, Cynthia Scott, Joe Fontana, Ryan Burns, John Lawson, Chris Johns, and Roy Ferdinand
March 2004 Teratology  New Assemblages by John Greco
February 2004 Immersed in Myth  Kristin Meyers New Wire Sculpture
October - November 2003 Low–Tar Fantasies New Woodcut prints by Sean Star Wars
January - February 2003 Das Wunderkammer Patrick Lichty
December 2003 - January 2004 Other Voices, Other Rooms New Paintings Myrtle Von Damitz III
November - December 2003 Bulletproof Shotworks David Bradshaw, David Surls, Chief Sua-Nah-Ska, William Burroughs, Tina Girouard, and Robert Rauschenberg
September - October 2003 The Vices: Julie Crozat & John Lawson.  
April - May 2003 The Louisiana Purchase Dis-Mantled. A group show within which artists redefine the idea of the historical painting and artifact. Artists participating include: Julie Crozat, Michael Willmon, Willie Birch, Douglas Bourgoise, Sean Star Wars, Patrick Lichty, Jeffrey Cook, Michael Murrell, Christopher Fischer, John Greco, Adam Farrington, Matjames, Robert Tannen, Michael Fedor, Andrea-Volkoff Senutovich, Mikd Smith, Herbert Singleton, Melissa Turner, Chris Johns, Michael Varisco, Elizabeth Shannon, Cynthia Scott, Andi Faith, Daphne Loney, Anastasia Pelias, Shawn Hall, Gary Oaks, Charles Barbier, Chris Radcliffe, Philip Read, Patti D'Amico, Willaim Warren, Troy Headrick, John Slade, Joe Fontana, Ryan Burns, Raegan Robinson, Dennis Holt, Marian McLellan, Jimmy Descant, Debbie Rosenbaum, and Ed Dieringer.
March - April 2003 Patti D'Amico and William Warren: On The Verge. Paintings, drawings, and sculpture based on the artists personal response to 9/11 and the Iraqi conflict.
February - March 2003 The Decline of Western Evolution. A group show curated by Dan Tague. Arists include: Trish Maud, Srdan Longar, Daphne Loney, Gina Phillips, Kathy Sizler, Jessica Goldfinch, Sally Heller, Blake Boyd, Malcolm McClay, Courtney Egon, Thomas Whitmore, Bob Carey, and Dan Tague.
February 2003 George Gorvine: A Hawk From a Handsaw. Politically themed sculpture constructed from brass, steel, and animal bones. The prototype of a newly patented urban motor-scooter will also be on view.
January 2003 John Arceneaux: Paintings and Drawings. Arceneaux exhibits abstract renderings of New Orleans sidewalks and streets. Ryan Burns: Puzzles. Cryptic mixed media work exploring the relationship between the inner and outer self.
December 2002 Works by Michael Charles Murrell and Pam Longobardi. Two members of the Arts Faculty of Georgia State University in Atlanta exhibit recent work.
October - December 2002 The New Orleans Small Press Book Fair. The Fair was organized by Gorsky Press (Chicago), Garrett County Press (New Orleans), and Babylon Lexicon (New Orleans). There will also be an exhibition of hand-made books by New Orleans artists.

September - October 2002 Jimmy Descant: Metal Paintings.  Descant creates amber-like suspensions of discarded ready-mades.
September - October 2002 Introducing New Orleans African American Artists. An exhibition of 58 New Orleans African American artists, most of whom have never exhibited before. The show was curated by Robert Tannen and Andy Antippas. Among the artists included are Kimberly Dummons, Charles Simms, Gerald Caliste, Russell Robinson, Ransom McCormick, Lynn Wilder, and Al White.
June - July 2002 Displaced:The Demolition of Public Housing in New Orleans; Photographs by Harold Baquet, Keith Calhoun, Chandra McCormick, Linda Rosier, and Michel Varisco.
May - June 2002 John Lawson: The Second Coming.
March - April 2002 Lenin Busted , 50 of New Orleans finest artists interpret a bust of Lenin,
In Gallery 2;  John Greco: Wunderkammer" and "Matjames: Architectural Autopsies."
January - February 2002 Roy Ferdinand: In You Fucking Face"
December 2001 - February 2002 Psychomachias: works by Bill Komodore and Michael Collins
November - December 2001 Gathering Evidence: New Paintings by Myrtle Von Damitz

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