Ali Cavanaugh Guest Curator for Artist A Day


Artist Ali Canvanaugh

Artist A Day has chosen Ali Cavanaugh, an artist represented by Tinney Contemporary, to be a guest curator for their site. Ali's page on AAD consists of images by atists that she is both influenced and impressed with as well as text from Ali to explain why she connects with their work. To see Ali's page, click here

The Tennessean Reviews “to be human…”


Writer Michelle Jones for the Tennessean reviews Tinney Contemporary's latest exhibition, guest-curated by artist Jason Lascu.  To read the article, click here.

Sisavanh Phouthavong Named “New Superstar of Southern Art” by Oxford American


Oxford American has selected Tinney Contemporary artist, Sisavanh Phouthavong, and her husband, Jarrod Houghton, as part of its "100 Under 100: The New Superstars of Southern Art."  To learn more about their work on Oxford American's website, click here.

ARTnews Reviews MAD Exhibition Featuring James Croak

In her article for ARTnews, "Mite Makes Right," writer Stephanie Murg reviews the Musuem of Art and Design's new exhibition, featuring Tinney Contemporary artist James Croak. To read the review, click here.

The Tennessean Writes About Peri Schwartz’s Exhibition


Writer Michelle Jones describes Peri Schwartz's exhibition as "an intriguing mix of abstract, representational art" in her article for the Tennessean.  To read the full article, click here.

James Croak Part of New Exhibition at Museum of Arts and Design


Tinney Contemporary artist James Croak is one of the artists featured in MAD's latest exhibition, Swept Away: Dust, Ashes, and Dirt in Contemporary Art and Design.  The exhibition, which opened on February 7th, "highlights works that deal with issues such as the ephemeral nature of art and life, the quality and content of memory, issues of loss and disintegration, and the detritus of human existence."  To learn more about the exhibition and James Croak, click here. on