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Frist Art Museum Presents Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style | News

NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Frist Art Museum presents Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style, an immersive exhibition that showcases Charles Rennie Mackintosh—the greatest exponent of the Glasgow Style—as an architect, designer, and artist, and contextualizes his production within a larger circle of designers and craftspeople in Scotland’s largest city. Co-organized by Glasgow Museums and the American Federation of Arts, the exhibition will be on view in the Frist’s Ingram Gallery from June 11 through September 12, 2021.

At the end of the 19th century, the Glasgow Style emerged as the major manifestation of Art Nouveau in Britain. Combining influences from the Arts and Crafts movement, Celtic Revival, and Japonism, Glasgow artists created their own modern design aesthetic, synonymous with sleek lines and emphatic geometries expressed in a wide range of materials.

This exhibition presents 165 works of fine

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Jessie Andrews Presents Art and Commerce Side-by-Side at Tase Gallery

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Jessie Andrews, who owns e-commerce-based brands Basic Swim, Bagatiba, Jeu Illimite and Petiue, is bringing her businesses offline. This week, the 28-year-old Andrews is opening the doors to Tase Gallery in Los Angeles. The West Hollywood space will serve as an art exhibition venue for established and emerging artists, as well as a physical showroom and retail space for her own lines. Her intention is to build relationships with customers by creating an immersive retail environment rooted in visual, tactile and ephemeral elements.

The first artist featured in the space will be fashion photographer Hugo Comte, followed by weekly rotating exhibits in March with work by photographer Pegah Farahmand, ceramicist Analuisa Corrigan, and painter Fong Min Liao. “I’ve always

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Light Work Presents the 2021 Transmedia Photography Annual

Light Work has announced the 2021 Transmedia Photography Annual exhibition of photographs by seniors from the art photography BFA program in the Department of Transmedia in the College of Visual and Performing Arts.

Dan Lyon, “Purgatory,” 2020, courtesy of Light Work

The exhibition will run through March 4 at Light Work. As Light Work’s galleries remain closed to the public because of the COVID-19 pandemic, patrons are encouraged to exhibitions online and participate in online events.

The exhibiting artists are Sam Bennett, Li Chen, Kate Hall, Torian Love, Dan Lyon, Neva Knoll, Jillian McHugh, Natalie Richard, Alana Swaringen, Bailey Thurmond, Sarah Vinette and Ally Walsh.

 

Gregory Eddi Jones, founding editor and publisher of In the In-Between, served as juror and selected images for Best of Show and Honorable Mention awards. Dan Lyon was awarded Best of Show, and Honorable Mention honors were awarded to Kate Hall, Sarah Vinette and

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INDULGE presents personal stories of resiliency, hope and strength from Miami’s community leaders

At INDULGE, we like to think outside the box. For our team, it’s all about the stories behind the people belonging to our diverse community that we feature in every issue and now as part of our limited editorial series MOSAIC. In the past four weeks, we have brought you personal stories of resiliency, hope and strength from Miami’s community leaders — each walking us through their experience during the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. Today, we continue in our mission to present our readers with relatable and oftentimes moving examples of inspiration in a challenging time. Our commitment as a top regional publication is to further examine how our melting pot of cultures and personalities is the very reason that South Florida has become a mosaic to be inspired by.

Because we represent Miami’s diverse community.

Because we care.

Because every person has a story to tell.

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