Places I Remember: Photographs of Nashville by Hank DeVito
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An exhibition of 50 black-and-white images, as seen through the lens of photographer Hank DeVito, captures Nashville as it was more than three decades ago. The exhibition entitled, Places I Remember: Photographs of Nashville by Hank DeVito, is currently on view in the museum’s Changing Gallery and is free to the public.
DeVito attended New York’s prestigious School of Visual Arts on a scholarship in the late 1960s. He moved to Nashville in the mid-1980s to become a part of the city’s thriving music industry.
During his career, DeVito has had several exhibitions in Nashville art galleries. His work has been exhibited at the Hunter Museum, in Chattanooga, the Knoxville Museum of Art, and at the Memphis College of Art. His photographs are a part of many private collections as well as the collections held at Vanderbilt University and the Knoxville Museum of Art. He has also had exhibitions at several area galleries.
DeVito’s photographs have also been featured on many album cover designs for various recording artists, including Rosanne Cash’s “King’s Record Shop,” which won the Grammy Award for best album art in 1988.
Places I Remember: Photographs of Nashville by Hank DeVito will be on view through October 4, 2015.
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