NEVER LET THE SUN SET UPON YOUR SORROWS : a street photography show by Kate Adair 

Prints by Art Conscious - Jen Ward

You are cordially invited to an Art Opening, Bywater Second Saturday

6p-11p, Saturday, June 12, 2021 - at Suis Generis, an eclectic art eatery 

3219 Burgundy Street, New Orleans, LA, 70117

(Off the corner of Piety Street)

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On view until first week in July.

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kate adair:

I’m from New Orleans originally. As a child I always wanted to be a waitress because I thought it was sexy. That dream did come true. Then I planned to be a lawyer for good or a journalist, but depression halted that and pushed me in the direction of the work I love the most, which is what I do now. I work as an actress in film and television, direct and teach, and take photographs.

I’ve had a lot of jobs leading up to this point –I’ve slung burgers galore, been a professional nanny, a barista, a research assistant, a dishwasher, a script supervisor on barges. I trained with a Gentleman Thief to learn the art of pickpocketing. I’ve gone undercover to pull a prank on TV and filmed it with eyeglasses with video cameras in them. I’ve taught kindergarteners, been a Fitness Technician, a member of a finesse team of art installers, an art docent to children. I’m still to this day proud of my failed Mary Kay Beauty Business bc it was my first business. I was an Ambassador for Daisy Dukes Cajun Bloody Mary Mix, carrying jingling bottles of Oryza Vodka and Cajun Bloody Mary Mix in the back of my car to grocery stores across the state, letting people call me Daisy.

Much of my understanding of art is owed to years working as an art model. For over a decade I sat for kind artists--and learned how to be still.


Cover Art | Previous Exhibits


PRAYERBOOK FOR THE RELIGIOUSLY TROUBLED| 2019

TILL WE HAVE FACES | 2018


PINK | 2017


Never let go of that fiery sadness called desire - Patti Smith


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