NewsChannel5: Nashville Walls Project to bring murals downtown

Check out this segment for NewsChannel5, featuring our own Susan Tinney and other project sponsors discussing Brian Greif's Nashville Walls Project and the value it will bring to Nashville. Can't wait for the project to start next month!

Nashville Arts: Nashville Walls Project covers the world in paint

Thank you to Nashville Arts for the amazing cover and feature in this month's issue of the magazine! We are honored to host work from some of the world's most renowned street artists in May and June as a part of Brian Grief's Nashville Walls Project. Check out the full piece here!

Bruce Munro’s Field of Light in the Australian Desert

Using more than 50,000 solar-powered bulbs, Bruce Munro has created a technicolor, dream-like field of light in Australia's Red Center near the sacred Uluru site. We are lucky to have worked with Munro when Cheekwood showcased his work, and we are amazed at the scale and effect his work continues to have on audiences around the world.

To read more about the work, check out this article in The Guardian or this post on Colossal (which has same amazing pictures, too!).

Nashville Banner on Nashville street art and Nashville Walls Project

In the News

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!

Congratulations, Andy Harding!

Tinney Contemporary is pleased to announce that Andy Harding has been accepted into the Confucius Institute at Western Kentucky University's 2016 "Confucius China Studies Program (CCSP)." In a collaborative partnership with the 798 Art Zone, the Confucius Institute at WKU selected a limited number of artists, gallery owners, curators, and museum directors to participate in this program which is now in its 18th year.

The focus of the trip is to enable its participants to approach Chinese contemporary art for the first time. The emphasis of the project group is to learn about the current... on

Divine Drips: BurnAway’s review of Jane Braddock’s Drip Paintings

We were honored to show Jane Braddock's Drip Paintings in our most recent show at the gallery and were pleased that Jane's influences - from South Asia and Hinduism to the written word - intrigued and inspired so many. In the words of BurnAway writer Elaine Slayton Akin, "the feminine parallel between Braddock and Shakti bestows a somewhat divine character over the exhibition" and made for a "visually stunning" show. Thank you, BurnAway, for this beautiful piece!

To read the full review, click here!