Past Exhibitions

Our archive of exhibitions previously viewed at the Frist Center.

  • Wilson Country Schools Art Show

    January 30, 2016 – February 14, 2016 — The 2016 Wilson County Schools Art Show features some of the finest artwork created by students in the district. More than 150 young artists from kindergarten through twelfth grade are included in this exhibition. Elementary and middle school art teachers selected two works per grade...

  • 2016 Fayetteville City Schools Art Show

    January 30, 2016 – February 14, 2016 — Saturday, January 30–Sunday, February 14 The 2016 Fayetteville City Schools Art Show features some of the finest artwork created by students in the district. More than thirty young artists from kindergarten through twelfth grade are included in this exhibition. Elementary and middle school art teachers selected two...

  • 2016 Lebanon Special School District Art Show

    January 30, 2016 – February 14, 2016 — Saturday, January 30–Sunday, February 14 The 2016 Lebanon Special School District Art Show features some of the finest artwork created by students in the district. More than forty young artists from kindergarten through eighth grade are included in this exhibition. Elementary and middle school art...

  • 2016 Franklin Special School District Art Show

    January 30, 2016 – February 14, 2016 — Saturday, January 30–Sunday, February 14 The 2016 Franklin Special School District Art Show features some of the finest artwork created by students in the district. More than sixty young artists from kindergarten through eighth grade are included in this exhibition. Elementary and middle school art...

  • Anthology: Visual Narratives from Nashville’s Print Community

    November 6, 2015 – February 7, 2016 — Nashville is renowned for its love of storytelling in words, images, and voices. For years, the city has been home to major publishing houses, printing presses, nationally recognized writing programs, and great authors, poets, journalists, and songwriters. Anthology: Visual Narratives from Nashville’s...

  • Phantom Bodies: The Human Aura in Art

    October 30, 2015 – February 14, 2016 — The third in a series of exhibitions about the human body in contemporary art organized by Frist Center Chief Curator Mark Scala, Phantom Bodies: The Human Aura in Art includes provocative artworks that address themes of trauma, loss, and transformation, while considering the...

  • Michelangelo: Sacred and Profane, Masterpiece Drawings from the Casa Buonarroti

    October 30, 2015 – January 6, 2016 — Michelangelo: Sacred and Profane, Masterpiece Drawings from the Casa Buonarroti offers an intimate view into the mind of Michelangelo Buonarroti, one of the giants in the history of Western art. A careful selection of drawings attests to the versatile artist’s activities as a...

  • Ink, Silk, and Gold: Islamic Art from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    October 9, 2015 – January 10, 2016 — Ink, Silk, and Gold presents nearly one hundred works of Islamic art spanning the eighth to the twenty-first centuries from the impressive collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. This exhibition offers a chronological and regional story of...

  • Shinique Smith: Wonder and Rainbows

    October 9, 2015 – January 10, 2016 — For the past decade, New York–based artist Shinique Smith has created highly expressive paintings, sculptures, and installations that reflect influences as diverse as dance, Eastern spirituality, fashion, Abstract Expressionism, music, childhood wonder, and poetry. Many of her collaged works contain recycled...

  • Postcards of the Wiener Werkstätte

    June 26, 2015 – October 12, 2015 — Postcards of the Wiener Werkstätte: Selections from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection With additional works from the collection of The Wolfsonian–Florida International University, Miami Beach The Wiener Werkstätte (or Vienna Workshops) was an association of artists...

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