Courtney Egan is represented by Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans.
















Sleepwalkers at the Odyssey Ball, 2011

Pelican Bomb, Taylor Murrow, "Memory Project at Antenna Gallery," Dec 5, 2013
The New Orleans Advocate,John D'Addario, "Courtney Egan's Surprising "Cultivar" melds biology, technology,"
Dec 4, 2013

Oxford American, Reggie Michael Rodrigue, "The Only Stair that Doesn't Creak: Silence, Nov 2012

Pelican Bomb,
Tori Bush, "NOLA Now Part II," Contemporary Arts Center, Feb 2012
Pelican Bomb
, Charley Cameron, "Last Call: monu_MENTAL at Antenna Gallery," Feb 2012,
Doug MacCash,"Crowd packs the Contemporary Arts Center for pair of exhibits," Feb 2012
Brianna Smyk, "Curator Otte highlights the Pearl in P.2", Nov 2011
Inside Art New Orleans,
D. Eric Bookhardt, "Courtney Egan at Heriard-Cimino Gallery," June 20th, 2010, (reproduction and video)
New Orleans Times-Picayune,
Doug MacCash, "New Orleans Artist Courtney Egan creates still lifes that move," June 3, 2010 (reproduction and video)
Natalie Sciortino-Rinehart, "Score and Script: Music in Video," March 2009
Wicked Local Wellfleet, Reva Blau, “Wind and Fury, then the Levee Broke,” August 28th, 2008
ArtVoices Magazine,
“Top 10 NOLA Artists,”, June 2008
ArtVoices Magazine,
Jenelle Davis,“Tim Hailey’s Take a Chance on Rock and Roll Live with work by Courtney Egan,” December 2008
Art Papers
, D. Eric Bookhardt, July/August 2006
Film, reviews of The Chaos Hags, Big Shtick, and Mummy's Dance, David Finklestein, 2005
New Orleans Art Review, Simeon Hunter, November/December 2004

The Gambit, "Alchemical Alphabets," D. Eric Bookhardt, October 2003
New Orleans Art Review, Simeon Hunter, November/December 2003
New Orleans Times-Picayune, Doug MacCash, September 2003

Pittsburgh City Paper, "Video Collage: A Good Clip," Bill O'Driscoll, July 2002
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, " Kurt Shaw, March 2002
Mississippi Review Online, "At Home with the Chaos Hag," Cheryl Wagner, Winter 2002
2001 Entergy Louisiana Open, David Rubin, 2001