In Boston-area galleries this week, Georgie Friedman wrings poetic images from weather, Peri Schwartz and Joo Lee Kang illuminate altered realities, and Mark Ostrow offers candid portraits.
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Pam Longobardi was selected by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art to contribute to their upcoming exhibition, State of the Art. Longobardi is one of the 102 artists selected out of 1,000 to take part in the show. The exhibition "draws from every region of the US, offering an unusually diverse look at American art." The exhibition also "examines the ways in which today's artists are informed by the past, innovating with materials old and new, and engaging deeply with issues relevant to our times." Two paintings and a plastic installation by Longobardi will be featured in the......read on
Michelle Jones for the Tennessean previews Tinney Contemporary's upcoming photorealism exhibition, "The New Real 2: Figure-Focused." Curated by Tinney gallery director Sarah Wilson, "The New Real 2" showcases new paintings by nationally and internationally known artists whose works feature lone female figures as protagonists. Featured artists include Eric Zener, Yigal Ozeri, Brian Tull, Ali Cavanaugh, and Kevin Peterson. The exhibition opens August 2nd and runs through September 13th. Read the full article to learn more.......read on
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.