Nashville Arts Magazine: Tinney Contemporary through July 23

A big thank you to Nashville Arts Magazine for their latest article, "Tinney Contemporary through July 23 ", which features images and descriptions of several works in Part II of Tinney Contemporary's Brick to Canvas exhibit. Read more here

StyleBlueprint: It’s Time to Start Collecting Some Art, Don’t You Think?

   

StyleBlueprint featured remarks by Tinney Contemporary's Sarah Wilson in their latest article, "It's Time to Start Collecting Some Art, Don't You Think?". The article quotes the advice of several galleries in Nashville with regard to how to approach the purchasing and collecting of fine art. Thanks to StyleBlueprint for the mention! Read more here

Nashville Scene: Brick to Canvas: a Survey of International Street Art, Part II

Thank you to Nashville Scene for their mention of Tinney Contemporary in their latest article, "Brick to Canvas: a Survey of International Street Art, Part II". We are excited to have Part II of this exhibit on display until July 23. Check out the article here!

Tinney Contemporary’s Sisavanh Poutavang Houghton featured in latest NPT documentary

       

On Thursday, June 23, at 8 p.m., Nashville Public Television will release the premiere of their latest documentary, "Next Door Neighbors: Becoming American". The documentary is tenth in the Next Door Neighbors series of documentaries, a series that examines the challenges and contributions of people who have immigrated from dozens of other cities to settle in Nashville, Tennessee. The documentary covers the stories of four individuals, the beginnings of their lives in the U.S., and the burdens of war and poverty that they left behind. The featured individuals are: Sisavanh...

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Nashville Scene: Tinney Contemporary opens Part II of street art exhibit at June Art Crawl

      

Thanks to the Nashville Scene for mentioning us in their latest article, "June's First Saturday closes Nashville's spring art season with more changes for Wedgewood-Houston". We are excited to open up the second part of our show at the Art Crawl this Saturday!

Juxtapoz: Nashville Wall Project turns buildings from eyesore to iconic

Thanks to Juxtapoz for their reference to Tinney Contemporary in the article, "The Nashville Walls Project". The project, sponsored by Gibson Customs Division, brings eight internationally known and acclaimed street artists, such as Banksy of England, Herakut of Germany, Rone of Australia, Adele Renault of Amsterdam, Hush of England and many more. The murals can be viewed across downtown Nashville!