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Supersonic Art Gallery on Welcome To The Orange West

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Joel Daniel Phillips Explores Invented Realities and Westward Nostalgia in His New Body of Work. 

Opening on Saturday, October 7th at Tinney Contemporary in Nashville, Tennessee is artist Joel Daniel Phillips' solo exhibition "Welcome to the Orange West".

Writer Mia Sullivan takes a look:

It all started with a sign for dinosaur- guarded Deb's Cafe, featuring Pepsi! and a cryptic message: 



Joel Phillips came across this sign while wandering Route 66 near Tulsa, Oklahoma shortly after he moved from San Francisco to Tulsa for an artist residency.


Nashville Arts: Jeff Scott Feature

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Nashville Arts wrote a wonderful article about Jeff Scott's latest project, photographing the posessions of one of the most influential culteral forces of our century: Elvis Presley. Read the article here

Artist Interview: Eduardo Terranova

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Check out this great interview by Emily Jaeger of Eduardo Terranova!!

Red Clay Survey 2017

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Red Clay Survey

We are so excited that Sisavanh Phouthavong's work was selected to be included in the Red Clay Survey!! The Red Clay Survey is a juried exhibition that features Southern art across multiple styles and media. To read more about it click here










Pam Longobardi: “Reworlding”

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We are happy to share with you one of our artists upconing solo exhibitions at the Hathaway Contemporary Gallery in Atlanta! Congrats Pam! 

Pam Longobardi 

 Pam Longobardi, Division Line, 2017, chromogenic print, 26 x 40 inches

Pam Longobardi’s parents, an ocean lifeguard and the Delaware state diving champion, connected her to water from an early age. After discovering mountains of plastic on remote Hawaiian shores in 2006, she founded the Drifters Project, centralizing the artist as culture worker/activist/researcher. Now a global collaborative entity, Drifters Project has removed tens of thousands... on

“French Twist”: A New Photographic Series

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Carla CiuffoHuge thank you to Bob Doerschuk for the wonderful article on Carla's new work!! 

Read the full article online here.