These Last Days of Now

These Last Days of Now

Opening Saturday September 12, 12 pm – 9 pm September 12 – October 4   (Featured image: Michel Varisco, Alert, 25″ x 38″) Good Children Gallery is proud to present These Last Days Of Now: Michel Varisco | Julie Dermansky. Through the lenses of...

Upcoming Exhibitions and Talks, Spring 2020

Diminishing States: Exhibits For Ecological and Cultural Equity Michel Varisco and The Neighborhood Story Projects From April 2rd-May 3rd 2020, I will be exhibiting with The Neighborhood Story Projects at the Clubhouse at the New Orleans Jazzfest These Last Days of...
King Tides Exhibit

King Tides Exhibit

KING TIDES Good Children Gallery Opening: Saturday Dec. 14th, 6-9 PM Artist Talk: Thursday, Dec. 12th, 10-11 AM   King Tides, a photographic exhibition by Michel Varisco, describes a future where sea level rise has overtaken the land.  King Tides are the...

Cyclical Migrations and Border Crossings

I share a curatorial and design project entitled “Return to the Yakni Chitto: Houma Migrations” where I worked with Monique Michelle Verdin (photographs) and Ray Moose Jackson (poems) to create a transportable exhibition. Sponsored by...
Art as a catalyst: Can art help save the planet?

Art as a catalyst: Can art help save the planet?

November 16th at 2:30 PM during Forestival Join Miro Hoffman, Michel Varisco, Hannah Chalew and Anne Blenker for a lively discussion with moderator Alexandra Mora. Sponsored by the Swiss Touch Initiative at A Studio in the Woods, 13401 Patterson Road, New Orleans,...
Canvas Magazine Interview

Canvas Magazine Interview

Thanks to Erin McNutt and Pamela Reed for the detailed story on my artwork in Canvas Magazine. Excerpts from the article: Michel Varisco lives in a charming little cottage in Faubourg St. John along with her protective chihuahua, Rocket. Her home, as well as the...