Preview and BUY prints for the Coop Gallery Fundraiser!
I have been a part of Coop Gallery since the beginning in 2010, so what fun for DADU to get to host our fundraiser to bring great paintings to Nashville.
All works are $40, donated by the artists. Come buy one before I get them all.
From the Tennesseean- full text
-Next up is DADU — a pop-up gallery situated behind the home of artist Jodi Hays at 1203 B Forrest Ave. — where local artists and COOP collective members will be selling work priced at $40 or less in an special effort to fund an upcoming fall exhibit exploring the current state of painting in the U.S. Artists include Karen Seapker, Rob Matthews, Robert Scobey, Paul Collins, Jodi Hays, Alex Blau, Nick Hay and many more.
Installment 2: Studio visit with artist and curator, Jodi Hays.
A documentary directed, filmed, and edited by Mary Addison Hackett.
The Studio Visit shorts are a current personal project of artist/filmmaker, Mary Addison Hackett, and are an extension of her studio practice. They are a series of micro-documentaries that focus on contemporary artists and cultural spaces in the South and beyond.
DADU hosts first show (Sara Estes, Tennessean)
Also on Saturday night, the newest pop-up gallery space in East Nashville, DADU, will host an opening for its inaugural group exhibition, “Conversations.” DADU, which is the city code name for tiny homes on one’s property, short for Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit, is set to host quarterly exhibitions in conjunction with the East Side Art Stumble, an art crawl held on the second Saturday of each month. DADU’s first pop-up is a brick-and-mortar realization of a series of online exhibitions curated by galleryELL’s founder John Ros (NYC/London) in collaboration with director and artist Jodi Hays (Nashville). Notions of home, place and space are contemplated and examined in each artist’s practice. Artists include: Maria Christoforatou, Anna Freeman Bentley, Kariann Fuqua, Jodi Hays, Nancy Hubbard, Kei Imai, Kirsten Nash, Jaimini Patel and John Ros. DADU is at 1203 B Forrest Ave., in the alley between Gartland and Forrest avenues. Reception is 6-9 p.m. Admission is free.