New Work by Greg Decker
May 2- May 30, 2009
Greg Decker, a representational painter who has taught with the Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, commemorates his first solo exhibition at Tinney Contemporary as he relocates to Nashville. Having grown up overseas in Africa, Greg's work combines a variety of cultural influences. His recent works include small"visionary" landscapes, in addition to the figure paintings for which he is well-known in the Southeast.
The show also celebrates the release of a small documentary entitled "Greg Decker: Life and Work" by students at Vanderbilt University, and an enthusiastic return to the Nashville art community. Greg holds two Master of Fine Arts Degrees, one from Cranbrook Academy of Fine Art, and one from the New York Academy of Art, and has studied at Oxford University in England.
IN THE BACK GALLERY: EDUARDO TERRANOVA
Eduardo Terranova is an artist and practicing architect living in New York City. He was born in Colombia in 1966 and immigrated to the States when he was 19. He holds a Master of Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design, 2006; a Bachelor of Architecture from The New York Institute of Technology, 1998 and a Bachelor of Science from ETH, 1992. Eduardo’s work has been developing out of socio-political themes such as the “Disappeared and Vanished” and “Memory and Dreams”. He has exhibited his work in galleries and museums in solo and group shows throughout The United States, Italy, Spain, Austria, Sweden and Argentina.