Burnaway > Interviews > Nashville

In 2012, Nashville photographer Christine Rogers went to Northern India on a Fulbright grant to explore a rather  idiosyncratic aspect of the tourism industry. The region is hailed as the Switzerland of India for its likeness to the Swiss…

Donna Woodley is a Nashville painter whose obsession with faces extends beyond the surface. In painting people she knows, she represents their emotional states–who they are and why they are. On the way there, she brings up a host…

Nashville-based artist Jodi Hays usually moves among several paintings in her studio practice, a habit that may be responsible for echoes across her body of work. Yet each painting stands on its own as bold and intense, a carefully…

When it comes to following her creative instincts, Caroline Allison is one of those daring individuals who fulfills the idiom “seek forgiveness, not permission.” In fact, considering the impressive outcomes of her past harrowing feats (many of which include…

The collective Speleogen is difficult to define, and in that challenge I found great interest. I recently met with some members of the collective at the home of artists and musicians Devin Brown, Mason Brown (no relation), and David…

I had the opportunity to chat with artist, curator, educator, and gallerist Michelle Grabner about her experience curating the 2014 Whitney Biennial, the art spaces she runs, and her upcoming talks in Atlanta and Nashville. Grabner teaches in the…