Clarke pauses beside a sculpture on Camp Street.
Let’s face it, when you live in New York City, nearly every day is alive with color, creativity, and, of course, art.
So, as much as I enjoy traveling, I often seek out places that supply rest and relaxation. An exception to this is New Orleans, a city I adore. I was reminded of my love for the Big Easy earlier this year when I journeyed there to attend the biennial of international contemporary art, put on by Prospect New Orleans. The exhibition, entitled Prospect.3: Notes for Now, showcased the works of 61 contemporary artists in various stages of their careers.