Pop-ups from June 2015-present
Excited to announce our April 2016 show, Christopher Roberson. Thanks Laura at the Nashville Scene for a write-up in the Winter Arts Preview (see also below
Jodi Hays' DADU Gallery behind her East Nashville house just down the street from Five Points is consistently surprising. On April 9, DADU will be opening an exhibit of drawings by former Nashvillian Christopher Roberson, whose fantastic inkjet-on-silk work was most recently seen in Nashville at Zeitgeist. It's an offbeat space, but this is a show you'll want to make time for even if you aren't a regular East Side Stumbler.
Chris will be showing drawing, as related to his practice as a sculptor, and will be a guest artist at Watkins College of Art and Design. See you April 9th! Come on, Spring!
New shows planned for spring and fall, 2016! Announcing soon!
See our online Store to preview and purchase work.
The first pop-up is a brick-and-mortar realization of a series of online exhibitions curated by galleryELL’s founder/artist/curator John Ros (NYC/London) in collaboration with director/artist Jodi Hays (East Nashville). Notions of home, place and space are contemplated and examined in each artists’ practice in this inaugural exhibition.
Conversations is an investigation into specific ideas within artists’ practices, specifically those of space, place, landscape and architecture and how these things affect our own sense of space, place, home, memory, intimacy, ritual, landscape and memory.
Digital catalogue will be available.
Anna Freeman Bentley
$40 or less! Everything must go! DADU is excited to host a very special fundraiser for September's East Nashville Art Stumble. A group of painting-centric COOP members is in the process of organizing a very exciting exhibition this coming fall that will explore the current state of Painting in the US. In the meantime we are having a fundraiser to cover the cost of shipping the artwork to and from Nashville. Local artists such as Karen Seapker, Rob Matthews, Robert Scobey, Paul Collins, Jodi Hays, Alex Blau, Nick Hay and many more COOP members, have donated works of $40 or less to the cause. So it is going to be great opportunity to pick up some very affordably priced work from some of Nashville's top
artists, and at the same time contribute to a really dynamic show coming up this fall. We hope to see you there!