Congratulations to our artist, Wael Sabour. His work, Rocks 21, was recently selected as an Artslant Showcase winner. Click here for more information regarding the showcase.
Veronica Kavass’ recent article in Nashville Scene, “When time doesn’t always get away from us,” provides in-depth detail of our current exhibition. The exhibition, William Klein + Daido Moriyama: Selections From Tate Modern, guest curated by Susan Sherrick is on display at the gallery through July 26th. The article delves into the artists’ backgrounds as well as......read on
Laura Huston's recent article in Nashville Scene focuses on the exciting exhibition coming to Tinney Contemporary on June 25th. The photography exhibition will feature selections of work by William Klein and Daido Moriyama from the Tate Modern. The article describes the exhibition as a "first-rate international photography show." Click here to read the article as well as the press release.
Sky Kim will be featured in a group exhibition at Garis & Hahn in New York City. The group exhibition is titled, Leaps into the Void: Shamanism, Meditation, Transcendence, Oblivion. The show explores “the philosophical underpinnings and practical objectives of each artist’s own practice in addressing concepts related to meditation and altered mental states,......read on
Joe Nolan's recent Nashville Scene article, "The last Art Crawl fling of the spring happens Saturday night," covers Carol Mode's current exhibition. Read the full article here. The First Saturday Art Crawl is tonight from 6:00 - 9:00 pm; the Crawl will also serve as the closing reception for Mode's CONTINUUM show.
The cover of this month's Nashville Arts Magazine is a piece by Ali Cavanaugh entitled, Create in your mind what your eyes cannot distinguish #2. Inside the issue, Betsy Wills delves further into this artist's work in her article "Ali Cavanaugh: Simple Truth." Wills describes Cavanaugh's paintings as having "the aesthetic of classical figure studies without the nostalgic overtones." Through Cavanaugh's partially obscured or hidden figures, Wills goes on to write, "Cavanaugh invites the viewer to consider the figure's emotions and motivations to become empathetic."
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