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Re: “When time doesn't always get away from us

I loved this exhibition and am very excited to see what Sherrick and Paul bring to the city once their gallery launches. Kudos!

Posted by Kim Green on 07/31/2014 at 8:50 AM

Re: “When time doesn't always get away from us

Thanks for your response. I think the operative word here is FROM. What you have written above is that the artwork is actually from a private lender, or in your case, a consignor, who intends for you to sell it. It is not from the Tate Modern. At best you could say that it is FROM an exhibit that was originally organized by (or for) the Tate Modern before it traveled to your commercial gallery. Minor point perhaps, but it is important to be clear about these things. My guess is that the the TM would agree. In any case, it is quite a wonderful show of photos.

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Posted by artstarved on 07/16/2014 at 2:16 PM

Re: “When time doesn't always get away from us

The Klein/Moriyama exhibition was a show that took place at Tate Modern from October 12, 2012-January 20, 2013. This exhibition was consigned to the Tate Modern like any other museum institution around the world when they are hosting an exhibition of this caliber. The Tate Modern does not own these prints. Like it does not own the John Baldessari exhibition True Beauty or any other exhibition that has come through its door. When an exhibition is over the work goes back to the artist's perspective galleries or private collections that it was borrowed from. I hope this answers your comment. Susan Sherrick

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Posted by sesherrick on 07/15/2014 at 12:32 PM

Re: “When time doesn't always get away from us

Just curious - what exactly does 'Selections from the Tate Modern" mean in the context of this exhibit? The photos are for sale, so presumably they are not from the Tate's collection, as the title would imply.

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Posted by artstarved on 07/10/2014 at 2:17 PM

Re: “The start of an ongoing oral history of Nashville's art scene since 1989

Thank you for the article and thank you Lain York for your comment. I do not think anyone could have explained the group and it's motivation any better. We have an impressive list of artists that ran through the untitled gauntlet, but why drop names. I see original untitled core members [family] around Nashville still giving as they always have. untitled was in your faces for a reason and the Glow Shows were brilliant and epic. Nashville took a kick in the pants forward thanks to the untitled folks, you guys know who you are...

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Posted by W Richard Reesman on 07/03/2014 at 2:29 PM

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