Brooks Museum Outside Comes to our Memphis Art Gallery

Memphis Brooks Museum comes to our Memphis Art Gallery with a Carroll Cloar painting.  Brooks Outside is a part of the internationally acclaimed Outings Project, a movement launched by French artist Julien de Casabianca.  Julien is dubbed the “Robin Hood of Street Art.” His paper murals have been installed in more than 50 cities around the world – from Hanoi to Moscow, and Mumbai to Los Angeles.  And, now at T Clifton Art in the Broad Avenue Arts District.

T Clifton Art is the south’s premier art glass gallery, featuring fine art glass, contemporary paintings, unique gifts, and artistic custom framing.

Brooks Museum states – “With Outings Project, de Casabianca takes images of “characters” from pieces in a museum’s collection, reprints them, and places them on city streets, giving communities new opportunities to discover, actively watch, and participate in the process. De Casabianca is working in Memphis through the end of September.”

Brooks Outside

Artist Julien de Casabianca and Argus pose with Julien’s installation of an image from Memphis Artist Carroll Cloar painting. 

Painting by Carroll Cloar