Classicism Through the Eyes of a Self-Taught Artist
Hosted by the Louisiana Chapter
Please join the ICAA Louisiana Chapter for an exclusive interview about the architectural and decorative arts inspiration of the 19th century Creole-inspired paintings by painter, Andrew Hopkins. The interview will be conducted by New Orleans gallerist, Nadine Blake.
The event is a virtual interview conducted through Zoom. Tickets are FREE, but registration is required.
Andrew LaMar Hopkins (b. 1977 in Mobile, AL) paints meticulous, lush, minute depictions of 19th-century interior scenes and architectural set pieces based on the histories of free Creole people in the antebellum American South. In 2020, Hopkins mounted a solo presentation titled "Créolité" at Venus Over Manhattan in New York, which received coverage in the Wall Street Journal, Artforum, and New York Magazine, among other prominent publications. Hopkins lives and works between New Orleans, Louisiana, and Savannah, Georgia.