“Wonder and Rainbows” Review

December 9th, 2015

Shinique Smith’s recent exhibition was reviewed by Erica Ciccarone of Burnaway.  “She paints with bright, bold, emotional colors laid down in vivid waves, reflecting an inner state that is both defiant and celebratory. In the 14-foot-long Black, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, pink, Smith weaves and bundles clothing, ribbon, and knotted cord into a rainbow of panels created entirely from reused textiles. It shows that, to Smith, art belongs to the spiritual life, but also to the corporeal.”

Read more at “Repurposed Memories: Shinique Smith at the Frist, Nashville”

 

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