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Luis Arrieche: Finding Fame as a Breakdancer

Luis Arrieche: Finding Fame as a Breakdancer

Break it down: This Venezuelan transplant is making moves.
When he wasn't hitting the law books, Luis Arrieche was hitting his head on the pavement. Arrieche, 31, practiced law when he lived in

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Horn Island: The Last Show

Horn Island: The Last Show

There will be a lot of "lasts" at Memphis College of Art this coming year. This is one of them.
There will be a lot of "lasts" at Memphis College of Art this coming year. The school closes for good after the next spring

Frida at Frist

Frida at Frist

The devil’s in the details in current exhibit.
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera are so well-known in postcards and posters that it's difficult to understand their work in its own right. As

Cole O'Keeffe's "God is Real and Other Perceptions" at Jay Etkin

Cole O'Keeffe's "God is Real and Other Perceptions" at Jay Etkin

O’Keeffe’s emotionally expressive art is on view through August 10th.
Cole O'Keeffe, shirtless and barefoot, painted red streaks on his face and yelled, "Kill the beast! Cut his throat! Spill his blood!"when he played

Southern Women's Art on View at the Dixon

Southern Women's Art on View at the Dixon

The scope of work shows a century of creativity.
Don't make the mistake of categorizing 19th- and 20th-century Southern women artists as mainly genteel painters of magnolias. Not that there's anything wrong with

Local Artist's Travels Find Expression with "Place Shapes" at the Dixon

Local Artist's Travels Find Expression with "Place Shapes" at the Dixon

Elizabeth Alley’s "Place Shapes" exhibition runs through October 6th.
As a child, Elizabeth Alley assumed every household had ebony pencils and kneaded erasers laying around. They were everyday objects at home where her

Blast Off: NASA Photo Exhibit at Edge Alley

Blast Off: NASA Photo Exhibit at Edge Alley

Exhibition coincides with 50th anniversary of Apollo 11.
Ryan Adams loves to hear what people say when they view his NASA photographs, which range from images of the moon's surface to a

“Bouguereau & America” at the Brooks

“Bouguereau & America” at the Brooks

Bougie or tasteful? You be the judge.
Traveling exhibitions that visit the Brooks Museum of Art typically bring works of great artists or celebrate a significant period or movement in art

In the Paint: Robert Fairchild's Art

In the Paint: Robert Fairchild's Art

The work of Robert Fairchild.
Robert Fairchild's artwork has evolved from the drawings he made at 5 years old. "I did crayon drawings," says Fairchild, 21. "Star Wars characters

The Work of Frances Berry

The Work of Frances Berry

The work of Frances Berry.
Alot of activity goes on in Frances Berry's studio when her friend, James "Captain" Stovall, is in Memphis. Berry works on her stream of

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Luis Arrieche: Finding Fame as a Breakdancer

New Ballet Ensemble and School: New Ballet is honored to welcome Luis Arrieche back to Nut Remix after many years of collaboration and to teach »

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Frida at Frist

BruceVanWyngarden: Katie McMurtry, Seriously?? https://www.memphisflyer.com/memphis/art/S… »

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Frida at Frist

Katie McMurtry: Coooool, but where's the Memphis Flyer's coverage of exhibitions in Memphis.....? It just seems backwards that there is little to »

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