In the News
All five pieces by Tinney Contemporary artists in the Hunter Museum of Art Spectrum Gala and Art Auction on Saturday night successfully sold. The auction featured three pieces by John Folsom, one by Peri Schwartz and one by Patricia Bellan-Gillen. The pieces were selected for the Chattanooga museum's live and silent auctions by a committee that visited different galleries throughout the U.S. Spectrum raises money to support the Hunter's programs that benefit the Chattanooga area.
Michelle Jones for the Tennessean recaps Nashville's year in art, highlighting numerous Tinney Contemporary exhibitions. To read the full article, click here.
Jaq Belcher--and a host of other artists from around the globe--will feature in “Papercuts: The Poetic Interplay of Light and Shadow.” This isn't your average snowflake paper-chain: Viewers can enjoy the "contemporary art of paper cutting." The travelling exhibit will debut this Friday, October 14th at Mobile, Alabama's Space 301 gallery. Continue reading after the jump for more details...
Nashville gallery examiner Chuck Beard hits the highlights of the upcoming art-filled weekend and Patricia Bellan-Gillen's new exhibition at Tinney Contemporary. Click here to view the full article to learn more and see what's not to be missed.
Tinney Contemporary artist James Croak is part of a groundbreaking new exhibtion entitled Dirt: The Filthy Reality of Everyday Life. The exhibition is on display at London's Wellcome Collection from March 24th through August 31st. To learn more about the exhibition and read the full review of the show in the Observer, click here.
Laura Hutson, of the Nashville Scene, provides a glimpse into Brett De Palma's artistic roots, and cleverly describes some of his most popular works. To read "The wild style of Brett De Palma" click here.