Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art, Ramat Gan, Israel writes about Gittit Fridberg’s work at the Lilienthal Gallery’s exhibition VIBE.
Though primarily known for excellent breweries and easy access to the Smoky Mountains, Knoxville also boasts a rich and vibrant arts community. From fabulous museums to iconic venues, world-class festivals to inspiring performance arts, Knoxville’s cultural landscape is attracting international acclaim under the stewardship of passionate East Tennesseans.
Through our sponsorship of the Maker Market, those who attended the Dogwood Arts & Gardens Show could browse other makers’ work, such as unique art, jewelry, and handmade products from local and regional artists. Hanging above the event space were 3 chandeliers from Ilana Lilienthal and Dina Shenhav.
The Lilienthal Gallery brings world renown international artwork to East Tennessee by curating shows that spotlight other cultures. With a welcoming atmosphere and classes to inform the public, the Lilienthal Gallery hopes to expand upon the thriving art community within the region.
A grand opening, held last Friday, encouraged guests to ramp up the color quotient, uniting guests and art in the theme. The exhibition includes two artists from Knoxville and four from Israel.