In this week's "We Recommend" section I wrote up the opening for Tom Reed's Black Mountain at the Wrong Again Gallery, noting that the gallery's openings "have been marked by misunderstandings, technical glitches, outright drunkenness, and odd happenstance."
And now, friends, it seems I've become a part of the lore of this cheeky gallery — it's just a door! — having mistakenly placed it inside Marshall Arts, rather than across the street at 648 Marshall.
I found this out when artist and Wrong Again founder Greely Myatt emailed me yesterday morning.
Elvis Week is fast approaching, and serving as as an appetizer of sorts are two exhibits opening this weekend at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art and the Pink Palace Museum.
At the Brooks, it's "If I Can Dream," featuring the winning entries of a contest put on by the museum and Graceland.
Artists were asked to create a work inspired by the phrase "If I Can Dream," with judges selecting winners in three divisions: professional, non-professional, and youth.