NEW WORKS BY LYLE CARBAJAL Receives a “Critic’s Pick” in the Nashville Scene

Nashville Scene writer, Emily Bartlett Hines, reviews Lyle Carbajal's latest exhibition at Tinney Contemporary.  To read the article, click here.

The Nashville Scene Writes About Eduardo Terranova’s “Disappeared and Vanished”

                      

Emily Bartlett Hines of the Nashville Scene writes about Eduardo Terranova's stunning works in her review of Terranova's latest exhibition, Disappeared and Vanished.  Read the full article here.

Mayor of London to hold press launch for new Cambridge Jones Exhibit

Boris Johnson, Mayor of London,  is holding a press launch on Tuesday February 9th to open a new exhibition and website at City Hall, London.

The exhibition and website both contain 20 works by portrait photographer Cambridge Jones (from The Archbishop of Canterbury to Vivienne Westwood via Mark Ronson).

Each portrait is accompanied by a quote from the subject concerning climate change.  The campaign is part of the Mayor's initiative to enagage the public in an interactive dialogue about climate change adaptation and mitigation.

 

Tennesseean Article: Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, others donate lyric sheets to Americana fundraiser

Tinney Contemporary was proud to be a part of the Americana Music Association Fundraiser, which had handwritten lyric sheets from singers and songwriters such as Robert Plant, Elvis Costello, John Prine, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, and Willie Nelson up for auction! Read what The Tennessean had to say about the event here. 

The Examiner writes about David Teplica

We are excited that The Examiner wrote an article about this month's artist David Teplica and his stunning photographs. Read the full article here

The Nashville Scene reviews OF SIGHT AND SENTIMENT

 

David Maddox of the Nashville Scene visited the gallery and has written a review of our current exhibit OF SIGHT AND SENTIMENT the works of Todd Gordon and Julyan Davis.  Click the link below to read the great review!

Two artists put a 21st century spin on 20th century realism