Grafitti by the illusive artist Banksy adorns the levee wall in the Lower Ninth Ward on August 29, 2008 in New Orleans, Louisiana. New works by the artist, whose paintings are also sold in galleries, have been popping up throughout New Orleans coinciding with the third anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
A policeman kick in the door of a residence next to the Black Panther headquarters in New Orleans as they moved in following a shootout, September 15, 1970. Other heavily armed policemen stand at ready. (Photo by Jack Thornell/AP Photo)
Members of the Baby Dolls, a traditional Mardi Gras social club, dance during a second line parade honoring music legend Fats Domino, in New Orleans, Wednesday, November 1, 2017. The thousand-strong group marched and danced from Vaughn's Lounge to Domino's former home in the Lower 9th Ward. Domino, a New Orleans native, died this past week. (Photo by Gerald Herbert/AP Photo)
Members of the Pussyfooters dance at the Krewe of Cleopatra Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans, Friday, February 2, 2018. Mardi Gras season is kicking into high gear with a slew of major parades throughout New Orleans. Although Carnival season officially began Jan. 6, the festivities really kick into high gear the two weekends ahead of Fat Tuesday. This year Fat Tuesday is Feb. 13. (Photo by Gerald Herbert/AP Photo)
“Do-Ho Suh addresses issues of identity, memory, and relationships. Son of the famous Korean ink-painter Suh Se-Ok, Do-Ho Suh is a leading figure in the transnational avant-garde generation of Korean artists who came of age in the late 1990s, and his work eloquently represents a dual consciousness between East and West”.
Photo: “Karma” by Do-Ho Suh. Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA. (Photo by Alan Teo)