Performance Art Legend Chris Burden Is Dead at 69

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From Artnet News: Performance artist and sculptor Chris Burden, who may remain best known for a performance in which he had himself shot in the arm, died today at his home in Topanga Canyon, California, at age 69. The cause was malignant melanoma, according to the artist's friend Paul Schimmel, as reported in the L.A. Times. Read on...

Jaume Plensa Exhibits in Nashville

Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa will be exhibiting his work at Cheekwood beginning May 22nd. The work will be installed in both the interiror museum space and in the botanical gardens surrounding the venue. The show will remain up until November. 

New Field of Light and Moon-Inspired Art by Bruce Munro

 

 

Light artist Bruce Munro is kicking off 2015 with a bang—or flash, rather. He currently has new work on exhibition in the United Kingdom at Waddeson Manor and Salisbury Cathedral, with two United States-based exhibitions at the Atlanta Botanical Garden (opening May 2, 2015) and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. To learn about the artist's installation at Salisbury Cathedral, which incorporates text by C.S. Lewis, check out the embedded video above, and to read more about his exhibition at Waddeson Manor, click here

 

Carol Prusa featured in Paradox Magazine

In a beautifully photographed nine-page spread, the magazine covers the imaginative, intricate work of Carol Prusa in a feature titled "Propuesta Artistica."  To read the full December 2014 edition, please click here, p. 82 - 91.  

 

Carla Cuiffo’s “Stasis: Heavenly Bodies” Featured in StyleBlueprint

Carla Cuiffo's December exhibition at Tinney was featured on StyleBlueprint online. They aptly describe her work as "an amalgam of narratives, abstracts and lyrical imagery emphasizing the enigma of being human." Click this link for more!

Susan Tinney on Insuring Fine Art in the Tennessean

Considering investing in fine art? Then you should know that it often requires additional insurance coverage. Click here to find out what advice Susan Tinney, gallery owner, offers on the topic in this week's Tennessean.