Artist ,Cecelia and Jose Fernandes on the field working as C+J.

Artist ,Cecelia and Jose Fernandes on the field working as C+J.

GoZePa is a mobile photography gallery dedicated to offering the quality of content, esthetics and production of fine art galleries directly to the public at affordable prices.
Our focus is to capture moving and inspiring moments that reflect the beauty, struggle and humanity found in everyday life.
In New Orleans, the Katrina images reflect our stunned walk through Treme (our neighborhood) and Bywater 3 days immediately following the hurricane.  Uncle Lionel Batiste’s funeral, one of our most successful series, reveals the epic nature of the celebrations which are the reflection of the heart of New Orleans.  The Frenchmen Street jazz Sessions captures the emblematic life of the music of Frenchmen street for the last 10 years. Our international collection covers slices of life of Cuba, Italy, Spain, France, Turkey andPortugal.
It is a collaboration of married couple Cecelia Fernandes, a New Orleans native Artist/Art Director, and Portuguese Photographer Jose Fernandes, a New Orleans resident since 1989.


Recent Exhibitions

Unveiled, group show, Hyphen/Whereyart Gallery, New Orleans


Politico Pop Up, group show, Photo Nola, curated by Leona Strasberg Steiner, New Orleans Center for Art, New Orleans.
Louisiana Contemporary,  group show, curated by Brooke Davis Anderson, Ogden Museum, New Orleans.

FLAG, group show, curated by Sculpture for New Orleans, New Orleans.

Que Bola Asere, group show, curated by Dale Gunnoe, New Orleans Photo Alliance, New Orleans.

X: The Variable of Progress, group show, M-Studio/Whereyart Gallery, New Orleans.


Prospect 3+, Imago Mundi, Luciano Benetton Collection, curated by Diego Cortez, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans.


Lil Freddie: Hot Grease, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Collection, 2015

Alentejo Woman Diptych, Luciano Benetton Collection, 2014


Jose’s work has appeared in several international magazines such as “Travel and Leisure,” Conde Nast,” “Damn,”  “Monument,” “Tribe,” “MO,” among others and has collaborated on several books, the latest of which “Avana,” about Havana, Cuba, was published this year by Odoya in Italy.