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A Sense of Place
Photographer Bill Steber captures the heart of the Delta and blues culture.
Christopher Scribner

Visual Aids
A new show of Judeo-Christian calligraphy at Belmont.
Bonnie Arant Ertelt

Dirty Pictures
Cartoon surrealism gets itchy and scratchy at the Pop Culture Gallery.
Grant Alden

Flashes of Insight
A new retrospective of photojournalist Eli Reed.
Ron Wynn

Seeing Things
David Ribar on the major African-American art retropsective at the Tennessee State Museum.
David Ribar

Carving a Place
A new show spotlights master printmaker Fritz Eichenberg.
Michael Sims

Conscious Hybrids
Two local artists grapple with their influences .
David Ribar

Anti-NEA group CAN makes a stop in Nashville.
David Ribar

Messages Received
Vanderbilt's mail-art exhibit raises some interesting questions.
Bonnie Arant Ertelt

A Pretty Grand Tour
Finally, some local fundraisers that actually help promote artists and their work while helping others--one sign of a developing visual-arts community.
David Ribar

Real Illusions
Bruce Matthews, a local artist whose stylistic hybrid toys with the conventions of abstraction.
David Ribar

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