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Brushstrokes + block prints: a vibrant pairing at the Frist

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 Museum guests walking through the Carving a New Tradition exhibition at the Frist Art Museum.

LaToya M. Hobbs pushes the boundaries of printmaking in her large-scale works in Carving a New Tradition.

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A double dose of inspiration awaits at the Frist Art Museum’s two new exhibitions.

Frist up is Southern/Modern,” a vibrant portrait of the American South highlighting an artistic movement that blossomed from 1913 to 1955. See stunning paintings by major artists, including Aaron Douglas, Alma Thomas, and Thomas Hart Benton.

The journey continues in the adjacent contemporary gallery with captivating woodblock prints and mixed-media portraits by Arkansas-born artist LaToya M. Hobbs in “Carving a New Tradition.

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