Artist Talk: Pableaux Johnson
Pableaux Johnson walks viewers through his photographs of Second Line parades and offers his recollections of marching alongside the benevolent societies who keep this tradition alive. The New Orleans-based artist is also a food and travel writer and chef, and frequently tours the country with his Red Beans Roadshow, sharing culture and conversation with new friends wherever he goes.
Related Exhibition: New Orleans Second Line Parades: Photographs by Pableaux Johnson
This exhibition of 40 color portraits by Louisiana-born photographer Pableaux Johnson documents members of African American Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs in New Orleans. These neighborhood-based associations are renowned for elaborate attire worn for Sunday brass band parades known as Second Lines.
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