“American Style” Magazine Mentions Tinney Contemporary in Summer Issue

"American Style" mentions Tinney Contemporary in their summer issue focusing on the top 25 smaller cities in the U.S. with good art scenes! The section discusses a few different places around town and what makes them unique venues for art. 

Nashville Arts Magazine On “The New Real”

MiChelle Jones for Nashville Arts Magazine wrote a wonderfully descriptive article on "The New Real" exhbition. Jones writes about all of the artists while discussing how the curator, Sarah Wilson, selected them and the process she went through to put together such an excellent group show. To read Jones' article, click here.

Review of “The New Real” in the Nashville Scene

Tinney Contemporary's latest show "The New Real", opening this Friday, received a favorable mention in today's Nashville Scene article on the July Art Crawl. To read Joe Nolan's article, click here.

For We Walk by Faith Not Sight by Brian Tull

James Croak suggests summer reading on Artnet

James Croak, an artist represented by Tinney Contemporary that uses dirt as a material to build his sculptures, has written an article for Artnet discussing various books and essays written by scholars, artists, and writers on dirt and soil. Croak comments on humans' complex relationship with the materials, how we embrace or reject them depending upon where we find them. Croak discusses in the article the history of dirt being used as a medium in fine art and how the science and art worlds often collide when natural materials are used in a piece. To read the article, click here.

The Tennessean on John Folsom’s “Anodyne Frontiers”

MiChelle Jones for the Tenessean review's Tinney Contemporary's current exhibition of John Folsom's work entitled "Anodyne Frontiers." To read the article, click here.

Sharon Lee Hart’s “Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals”

“Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals,” Sharon Lee Hart’s first monograph, is a collection of photographs and essays concerned with how many farm animals have been neglected or abused. The photographs, accompanied by essays by Karen Davis, president of United Poultry Concerns; Kathy Stevens, founder of the Catskill Animal Sanctuary; and Gene Baur, founder...

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