The summer series of art exhibits at Nashville International Airport (BNA) includes works by a photographer who documents musicians and music festivals, a family of artists, and the Lost Boys of Sudan.
(Ryan Mastro, Centeroo Fountain, 2007)
In Concourse C, look for photographs by Ryan Mastro, who’s been documenting musicians and music festivals since 2005 and is one of the official photographers for several large music festivals including Bonnaroo, Coachella and Outside Lands.
(Eric Oglander, Untitled)
In various places throughout the airport, you’ll also see work made by Gary and Eva Oglander and their sons, Daniel and Eric, who live and work together in a studio/home in the woods outside Nashville.
(Old Wise Man III , Chol Garang)
And, staying on in Concourse A, you’ll find masks, sculptures, paintings, and photography by 11 Lost Boys of Sudan, young men dislocated by civil war.
The summer Flying Solo Series will be on display at Nashville International Airport (BNA) from June 7 through Aug. 30, 2009.
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