Exhibition Runs January 9 – January 30, 2016
Reception: Saturday, January 9, 2016, 6-9pm, in conjunction with the East Side Art Stumble
What does art about Nashville look like if it doesn’t look like the downtown skyline? We’re set to find out. Gallery Luperca invited artists who currently live in, have lived in, or have been influenced by time spent in Nashville to create work about this place that we love in celebration all the aspects of life in Nashville WITHOUT referencing the skyline.
The resulting exhibition brings together work from artists working in mediums that range from folk art to photography to digital film. Artists include Black & Jones, David Morel(SNAP member), John Warren, Paul Collins, Lisa Haddad, Donna M. Kilkelly, Randy Toy, and Gary Johnson. More artists TBA.
In addition to the arts professionals call for entries, the gallery invited students at Maplewood, Stratford and East Literature High Schools to submit work for a high school exhibition, juried by Gallery Luperca curator Sara Lederach. The shows will run contiguously, with the high school arm in the back room of the gallery.
Gallery Luperca is located in East Nashville. The No Skyline exhibition will run January 9 through January 30, with an opening reception in conjunction with the East Side Art Stumble on Saturday January 9 from 6-10 PM.
For further information, artist biography, and images, please contact the gallery.
Gallery Luperca | 604 Gallatin Ave Suite 212 | Nashville, TN 37206
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