Artist’s Perspective: Vesna Pavlovi at the Frist

This is one of those great opportunities you have to see the actual artist speak about her work. This afternoon Vesna Pavlovi, whose work has been featured at the Frist since June. The exhibit features photographs taken in the artists’ native Serbia and the United States over the last two decades.

The talk starts at 2pm in the auditorium. First come first serve. Here’s the official event description:

Join Nashville-based artist Vesna Pavlovi? as she discusses some of her work presented in Projected Histories, an exhibition of her work on view in the Gordon Contemporary Artists Project Gallery from June 24 through September 11. The exhibition includes photographs taken in Pavlovi?’s native Serbia and the United States during the last two decades. Focusing on architecture, as well as sites and events of cultural significance, these works examine the power of photography to project both self images and national ideologies, shaping the perception of history as an expression of the dreams and aspirations of others.

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