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Tim Barnwell – Exhibition Asheville Art Museum, May 2010

Tim Barnwell – Exhibition Asheville Art Museum, May 2010

Barnwell’s new work, “Hands in Harmony; Traditional Crafts and Music in Appalachia”
May – October, 2010.
Asheville Art Museum, Asheville NC.
The exhibition consisted of 34 black and white images from the book (W.W. Norton, 2009) along with oral history text panels. There were also events planned each month including films and a music concert at Diana Wortham Theatre, an archive of the events can be found at the Asheville Art Museum’s website.

Hands in Harmony; Traditional Crafts and Music in Appalachia, was released (October 2009) by W. W. Norton & Company, publisher of his previous two books: The Face of Appalachia (2003) and On Earth’s Furrowed Brow (2007). The book is a continuation of the artist’s 30+ year body of work documenting the people, places, musicians, and craftsmen of Appalachia. The book also includes an audio CD with performances by 22 musicians photographed for the project, and is already receiving critical success.

A separate exhibition from Tim’s earlier work:
“On Earth’s Furrowed Brow” was on view at,
North Carolina Arboretum in March – May 2010.

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