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ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

The work in this exhibition explores the non-objective and propositional quality that sculpture can have, and the ways in which we can understand something devoid of specificity and illustration. Presented on custom-built risers and linear structures, individual components are often physically or conceptually networked together with arrangements of objects ranging from the random and chaotic to the precise and articulate. Through careful positioning and intentional framing the works are suggestive of abstracted models and diagrammatic systems that allude to a sculptural logic that is both pragmatic and allusive at the same time. 

RECENT PRESS


"Flight of Fancy: Of a Feather shows birds as artistic inspiration" The Knoxville Sentinel

"Louis Chan Takes an Intimate Look inside The Homes of Chinese American Families"
: The Huffington Post

 

"Artist Shares Troubled Childhood Through Photos": The Daily Beacon

"Controversial Mural Seen in New Light"
:The Daily Beacon

 

"Post Office Mural on Loan to UT": Crossville Chronicle

 

Controversial UT Mural being shown at UT Downtown Gallery: Knoxville News Sentinel

"The Singing Mural: Marion Greenwood's Long-Concealed Masterwork in a Rare Public Display" :
MetroPulse

"Ossuary"
: Art Knoxville

 

"Two New Shows at Räla and Downtown Gallery Launch a New Decade for First Friday" : Metropulse

"The Echo of the Object"
: Art Knoxville

"Alumni Gather Collection of Various PIeces for Downtown Gallery" : UT Daily Beacon

"50th Anniversary Watercolor show at UT Downtown Gallery" : Knoxville News Sentinel


"Artists from Near and Far Herald a New Season with Nexus 2013" : MetroPulse

"Brooklyn Based artist Wiliam Lamson finds Wonder in Flux at Downtown Gallery" : MetroPulse

"Pushing the Form: New exhibit goes beyond the line": Knoxville News Sentinel

"The Hokes Archive: The Legacy of Rev. James Randolph Denton"MetroPulse


"UT Downtown picks figurative art from Ewing collection" : Knoxville News Sentinel


UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS


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Paul Sacaridiz
Opening Reception: February 6, 2015, 5-9PM
Lecture: January 22, 2015: 7:30 PM in room 109 of the Art and Architecture Building

Ruth Weisberg: Time and Again
March 6 - 28, 2015
First Friday Reception: March 6, 5-9PM




PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS

Untitled Document

Of A Feather
December 5, 2014- January 15, 2015

Louis Chan: My Home

November 7 - 29, 2014

DeWitt Godfrey

October 3 - 31, 2014

AIR of UT

September 5 - 27, 2014

Ask me, I can help.
August 22 -23, 2014

Marion Greenwood in Tennessee
June 6 - August 9, 2014

ARTSOURCE 2014
May 2 - 17, 2014

MFA Thesis Exhibition: Eric Cagley
April 23 - 26, 2014

NEXUS 2014
April 4 - 19, 2014

Topology: Paul Krainak

February 7 - 28, 2014

Death Rock City
January 24 - February 28, 2014

2013 Exhibits

2012 Exhibits

2011 Exhibits

2010 Exhibits

2009 Exhibits

2008 Exhibits


Paul Sacaridiz: Configurations

January 23 - February 28, 2015


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installation, UT Downtown Gallery
installation, UT Downtown Gallery
installation, UT Downtown Gallery
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UT Downtown Gallery
106 S. Gay Street
Knoxville, TN 37902
ph: 865.673.0802
Manager: Mike C. Berry
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    W: 11-6
    Th.: 11-6
    F: 11-6
    Sat.: 10-3
    Sun: CLOSED

    Please Note: The UT Downtown Gallery closes in observance of national holidays and between exhibitions.