• Trance Atlantic

  • Birth of Paradise

  • Myths and Sages of West India

  • Antilla 1

  • Antilla 2b

  • Antilla 3b

  • Antilla 5

  • Apparition Loom

  • Apparition Mama Winti

  • Apparition Mama Winti 2

  • Black Magic

  • Chitapo The Black Siren

  • Feast of Tides

  • Jumbee Parade

  • Kiss of Asema

  • Kormanti Shelter

  • Kormanti The Golden Age

  • La Belle Creole

  • Matisieng The Giant of The Tswana

  • Memoria

  • Sangoma

  • Shrine of Secrets

  • The Lost Memory

  • The Shadow Festival

  • The Whispering Palm


Opening: Saturday, December 5, 2020, 1pm – 5pm

On Exhibition: December 5, 2020 – January 16, 2021

 LISANDRO SURIEL is a photographer who brings a magical realism of the Caribbean, both mythological and cultural, with this series of photographs and aims to explore the spectral identity of our ancestors throughout the islands. SURIEL earned a B.A. in Photography at the royal Academy of Art in The Hague and a Masters of Art by research in Artistic Research and Art Studies at the University of Amsterdam. His work can be found in private collections internationally.

Stella Jones Gallery is proud to be among the 250 Black owned small businesses across the U.S. that are being recognized by Beyonce’s 2020 directory.  We were selected as a 2018 Downtown NOLA Awards Honoree for bringing diversity to downtown New Orleans and are listed as a Cultural Landmark by “The Drum” newspaper and named by “Thrillist” as one of the four spots that have transformed the Arts District in NOLA’s hottest neighborhood. The gallery is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2021 and remains committed to educating collectors, museums and the community on the political, social and economic impact that African American Artists and their work have had.