About

Norah Lovell (b. New York City) is a visual artist whose practice includes works on paper, paintings and related ephemera. She received her MFA from the University of Chicago and BFA from the University of New Mexico. Residing in New Orleans since 2008, She was a resident at the Emily Harvey Foundation (Venice, Italy 2015), the International Scholars and Curators Program in Brooklyn, N.Y. (2015), and the Joan Mitchell Foundation (2014). Her work has been exhibited in New Orleans at the Contemporary Arts Center, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and the Carroll Gallery at Tulane University. Nationally, she has shown at the Grand Rapids Art Museum, Michigan; Gulf State College, FL; Ohio Wesleyan University; Kansas City Artist Coalition, MO; the King County Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, and internationally at Archivio Emily Harvey, Emily Harvey Foundation, Venice, Italy. She is represented by Callan Contemporary in New Orleans, and is a member of Staples Goods cooperative in the New Orleans St. Roch neighborhood.