New Orleans Bundle
New Orleans Bundle
New Orleans Bundle
New Orleans Bundle

New Orleans Bundle

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New Orleans has long been the focus of the artist's lens. Yet each of the works takes a fresh look at the City that Care Forgot and explores the parts of the city that tourists never see. A worthy collection for anyone who loves New Orleans for all its highs and lows.


New Orleans Portrayed

Photographs by David G. Spielman

New Orleans Portrayed represents thousands of hours of wandering and wondering, with good days and bad light, with bad days and good light. Photographers don’t find the picture; pictures find the photographer. As Walker Evans said, “Good photography is unpretentious.” These ideas continue to inspire and drive my work.

Originally from Oklahoma, David Spielman has called New Orleans home for the past four decades. He has worked on projects on six continents, ranging from fine art to hard news photographs published in books and journals. His work has been exhibited in such venues as the Historic New Orleans Collection, the Margaret Mitchell House, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and the Whatcom Museum. His previously published books include: Southern Writers, Katrinaville Chronicles, When Not Performing, and The Katrina Decade. In 2016, Spielman was awarded the Louisiana Endowment of the Humanities Documentary Photographer of the Year award. In addition to photography, Spielman often gives lectures and presentations about his work, offering a very personal view of his New Orleans.

Hardcover with dust jacket | 120 Pages | ISBN:  9781946160607 |  © 2020


Life and Death in the BIg Easy

by Cheryl Gerber

New Orleans: Life and Death in the Big Easy uses photo juxtaposition to portray New Orleans culture—its contrasts, dichotomies, and social ironies, the things that make the city so richly diverse and distinctive—as seen through the lens of photojournalist Cheryl Gerber. New Orleans: Life and Death in the Big Easy is a visual insider's tour of modern New Orleans and its people.

Cheryl Gerber is a freelance journalist and documentary photographer working in New Orleans, where she was born. In 1992, she began working for Michael P. Smith, who nurtured her desire to document daily life in New Orleans. Today, she is a regular contributor to The New York Times, the Associated Press, and New Orleans Magazine, and has been staff photographer for Gambit Weekly since 1994. During the past two decades, Cheryl has won several awards from the New Orleans Press Club for her work on social issues and news photography.

Softcover | 232 Pages | ISBN: 9781935754701  © 2015


New Orleans Sojourn: Premiers pas à la Nouvelle-Orléans

by Gersin

A sketchbook by definition, New Orleans Sojourn is French artist Gersin's travel diary, written in French, from his three-month trip to New Orleans. Gersin chose New Orleans for its aura of culture, history, music, and soul, and immersed in the local atmosphere, he documented the city—its day-to-day life, history, myths, and folklore, as well as his impressions—in the form of notes and detailed illustrations.New Orleans Sojourn is a unique glimpse into a first-time visitor's sojourn to New Orleans.

Hardcover | 224 Pages | ISBN: 9781935754091  © 2011