Press for “Visionary Aponte: Art and Black Freedom” at the Fine Arts Gallery

Visionary Aponte: Art and Black Freedom at Vanderbilt University was widely reviewed, with features in The Nashville Scene, the TennesseanBurnaway, The Afro-Hispanic Review and on News Channel Five, among many other media sources. Find links to full articles below:


Nashville Scene, “Winter Arts Preview 2020: Visionary Aponte,” Laura Hudson Hunter, Jan 23, 2020

Image of Nashville Scene preview, Visionary Aponte


Burnaway, “Aponte Forever: ‘Art and Black Freedom’ in Nashville,” January 24, 2020

Visionary Aponte Exhibition review in Burnaway: The Voice of Art in the South

Tennessean, “Vanderbilt Exhibit Explores Relationship between Art and Black Freedom,” Feb 18, 2020

News Channel Five, Urban Outlook: Professor William Luis on on José Antonio Aponte and Vanderbilt’s exhibition

Image of News Channel 5 Segment of "Urban Outlook" on Visionary Aponte


Afro-Hispanic Review, “Dossier: Visionary Aponte,” Vanderbilt University

Afro-Hispanic Review dossier on Visionary Aponte Exhibition


Oak Ridger, Exhibition illuminates Cuban artist and revolutionary, January 18, 2020

Oak Ridger review, Visionary Aponte exhibition

P.R.I.D.E. Publishing, “Art and Black Freedom Exhibition Opens at Vanderbilt,” December 31, 2019

PRIDE article on Visionary Aponte exhibition


Art of Nashville, “Cinco Apariciones: María Magdalena Campos-Pons in Visionary Aponte,” Jan 2020

Image of Art of Nashville review, Visionary Aponte

Nashville Scene, “Critics’ Picks: Visionary Aponte,” Laura Hudson Hunter, Jan 9, 2020

Nashville Scene Critics' Picks: Visionary Aponte Exhibition installation

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