NEW/NOW: Works by the Tulsa Artist Fellows, Review

The Tulsa Artist Fellowship is a program that was established by the George Kaiser Family Foundation. The point of the program is to bring artists into Tulsa and give them the opportunity to create new works. NEW/NOW: Works by the Tulsa Artist Fellows is an exhibit housed in the Philbrook Downtown that displays incredible contemporary art that the twenty-four fellows have been working on.

As it states in the entrance of the gallery, the pieces represent the type of contemporary art that is present today. It challenges the boundaries and invites the audience to open up their minds, showing works that compel you to stop and think about what the artist was attempting to portray. Some of the artist’s impressive work will be shown below, but I highly encourage anyone interested in contemporary art to experience it for themselves.

The Tulsa Artist Fellows: Miranda Brandon, Rachel Hayes, Cynthia Brown, Akiko Jackson, Antonius Bui, Gary Kachadourian, Crystal Z. Campbell, Jen Liu, Adam Carnes, Megan Mosholder, Emily Chase, Joel Daniel Phillips, Jennifer Hope Davy, Eric Sall, Rena Detrixhe, Codak Smith, Carrie Dickason, Arigon Starr, Molly Dilworth, Tali Weinberg, Anita Fields, Jave Yoshimoto, Yatika Starr Fields, Nathan Young

 

Evocation by Cynthia Anne Brown
Seen/ Unseen 2 by Carrie Dickason
dreams and bones by Rena Detrixhe
we are nowhere near utopian: tulsa, oklahoma by Akiko Jackson
Ephemeral Propinquity by Jave Yoshimoto