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Distilled: The Narrative Transformed, a 30-year survey of Pinkney Herbert
Inspired by place and process, Herbert's work is a spirited exploration in color and line derived from the sights, sounds, and energies of the two principal cities – Memphis and New York – in which this body of work was created. Graffiti-like gestures scrawl atop digital prints, which are collaged and integrated into his paintings. In this 30-year survey, we follow Pinkney Herbert on his transformative journey from the narrative into abstraction.
AAA 2012 Print Portfolio
Published by American Abstract Artists, 2012, in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the founding of AAA. All participating artists were active members at the time of publication.
Ukiyo-e Japanese Woodblock Prints
24 traditional Japanese woodblock prints. Great quantities of this popular art form were made during the Edo period (1603-1868) and sold inexpensively to a pubic captivated by Kabuki theater, sumo wrestling, and courtesans of the brothel districts.
Life in the City: The Art of Joseph Delaney
Highlights some 60 works that demonstrate Joseph's interest in urban life--parades, public parks, architecture, street portraiture, and street scenes.
Through the Lens of Ed Westcott: A Photographic History of World War II's Secret City
Black and white photographs chronicle World War II-era life in the city of Oak Ridge, TN, the site of the United States Manhattan Project.
An extensive retrospective portfolio of the renowned printmaker.
Richard J. LeFevre's Civil War Series
Richard J. LeFevre's Civil War Series presents the history of the War Between the States (1861 – 1865) through works on paper that depict 32 of the war's most significant battles. Century-old woodcut engravings, made from sketches by Civil War artists who were present at the battles, were flash-framed onto paper with a copier. They were further manipulated with watercolor, pencil, and collage techniques.
Let Us Now Praise Famous Men: The Photographs of Walker Evans, The Words of James Agee
Evans' revolutionary documentary photography exposes the lives of post depression Alabama tenant farmers, paired with text from Agee's famous work.
El Color De La Diáspora
Photographs by Edizon León and Juan García, presented with the intention of building a more complete and heterogeneous view of the African Diaspora.
Built for the People of the United States: Fifty Years of TVA Architecture
A half-century selective retrospective survey of TVA architecture.
Walter Haskell Hinton
Western and Wildlife Sketches
The Divine Comedy