Jamaal Sheets’ “Topography” named one of Burnaway’s Top Exhibitions of 2015
Tinney's recent exhibition "Topography," curated by Jamaal Sheets, just made Burnaway's list of 2015's Best Exhibitions. Congratulations to Jamaal for this much-deserved recognition!
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Introduction for David Yarrow
A fantastic introduction was written for the November issue of the Nashville Arts Magazine, which highlights some of the photographs that will be a part of David Yarrow's exhibition in March 2016. We are so excited to be representing David and his work!
In describing David Yarrow's images:
"The natural becomes the supernatural. The response is not fear but, in every sense of the word, bewilderment."
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Tinney's exhibition "Topography," curated by Jamaal Sheets, featured on local news segment.
Jason Craighead Feature
Walter Magazine, a publication from Raleigh, North Carolina, spotlights artist Jason Craighead, who hails from that great city. A leader in the city's art scene as an artist and former gallerist among other roles, Jason Craighead has gained quite the reputation in North Carolina. He is quickly expanding his reach in the art world by exhibiting works in New York as well as here at Tinney Contemporary!
Inside the Blossoming Nashville Art Scene
Check out this great article in Virgin Atlantic, a fantastic exposé on the expanding prominence of art galleries in Nashville! We're so excited to have gotten a mention!
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Topography Grabs Spotlight
"'Curating for me is about creating a composition, framing the conversation around a theme,' says Sheats. 'The same way a conductor orchestrates different musical groups to compose a song or an editor compiles a book of essays or short stories.'"
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Review of Topography
This article covering the exciting new additions for the October Art Crawl highlighted the curatorial work of Jamaal Sheats, alluding to his exhibition in the Nashville Airport! Don't miss your chance to see this amazing show that runs through November 28th, as it will surely have quite the impact on your autumn art viewing experience.
"The succinct show contains seven powerful pieces that work together to form a museum-caliber exhibition, one of the most important of the season.
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Art Crawl Celebrates its 9th Birthday
Coastal Living Magazine interviews Pam Longobardi about her thought-provoking art exhibits in their latest magazine.
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Site of Nashville Sit Ins Receives historical monument
We were pleased to have hosted a reception this past Saturday for the unveiling of this historical monument that documents the Nashville Sit-Ins which happened here on 5th Avenue years ago to stand up against segregation. These brave men and women gave their all and fought, quietly and peacefully, for the rights of many.
The reveal was performed by two men who participated in the very Sit-Ins being commemorated. Check out the picture below of Susan Tinneyparticipating in the unveiling ceremonies!
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Anna Jaap Exhibition
Tinney Artist Anna Jaap's exhibition, "This Gracious Light," is on display in the Country Music Hall of Fame's Community Corridor Gallery. The exhibition opened July 3rd and will run through September 27th.
Review of Romancing Banality Praises Carbajal
This review by Elaine Akin very organically in its own right once again applauds the originality of Lyle's work and installations.
With phrases such as "in addition to the representational, two-dimensional works, Carbajal offers a bang-on immersion experience," Elaine captures the essence of Lyle's work in her literature.
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Sarah Wilson and Tinney Contemporary Thank Nashville
Sarah Wilson wrote this article which was published in the July Issue of the Nashville Arts Magazine, expressing the symbiotic relationship that tourism and the arts have with one another in the metro area.
We want to thank all of Nashville and 5th Avenue of the Arts for creating and cultivating the welcoming atmosphere for both tourists and the arts in our blossoming city!
The Tennessean featured a spotlight article on Lyle and his work, shedding even more light onto the work of this talented cultural connoisseur. It is great to see our artist's work and installations so appreciated by the Nashville community and elsewhere!
Lyle describes how people might respond to his freedom of expression when he says, "when someone asks 'Is it art?' I know they don't know what they're talking about, because that's not a question to be asking. It's something to be contemplating: Why does someone feel this is art? Maybe its something you never thought about."
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Nashvile Arts Magazine featured multimedia artist Lyle Carbajal in their most recent issue to highlight his upcoming exhibition, Romancing Banality. John Seed describes entering the exhibition as entering "into an environment that feels both foreign and somehow strangely familiar."
New Work by Bruce Munro
Light artist Bruce Munro is kicking off 2015 with a bang—or flash, rather. He currently has new work on exhibition in the United Kingdom at Waddeson Manor and Salisbury Cathedral, with two United States-based exhibitions at the Atlanta Botanical Garden (opening May 2, 2015) and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. To learn about the artist's installation at Salisbury Cathedral, which incorporates text by C.S. Lewis, check out this video, and to read more about his exhibition at Waddeson Manor.