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Anna Jaap and Robert Oermann’s “Hiding in Plain Sight”

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We're looking forward to seeing "Hiding in Plain Sight", a collaborative exhibition at the Nashville Public Library featuring our artist Anna Jaap and writer Robert K. Oermann! The show highlights unique locations that are integral to Nashville's history. The exhibition opens with a reception on Saturday, Feb. 18, from 3-5 p.m. in the Courtyard Gallery, on the second floor of the Main Library at 615 Church S and will run until June18th.

Click here to read more about the show.


 

Wall Street International: Sky Kim

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Wall Street International featured an insightful interview with Sky Kim about her inspiration and her work! Click here to read it!

Nashville Scene: First Saturday Art Crawl of 2017

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Thank you to Nashville Scene for the mention of Tinney Contemporary's Women of Abstraction as a don't-miss exhibition! We are excited to be featuring five women abstract artists with dynamic styles.

Click for full article here.

The Sunday Times features David Yarrow

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The Sunday Times featured coverage of David Yarrow's new book, "Wild Encounters" in a 5 page picture special titled, "I'm ready for my close-up." Yarrow will be exhibited at Tinney as the first U.S. stop of his international exhibit and book tour.  The exhibition will be September 24-October 29th. The book signing will take place on October 1st at 1pm, and the opening reception will follow that evening from 6-9pm.  

Nashville Banner on Nashville street art and Nashville Walls Project

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Thank you to the Nashville Banner for their mention of Brian Greif's Nashville Walls Project! Tinney Contemporary is honored to work with Brian in bringing renowned street artists here to Nashville in upcoming months.

Check out the full article here!

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...