Mary Addison HACKETT

Articles and Reviews

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Ciccarone, Erica. "Art Review :
Mending as Metaphor: Mary Addison Hackett at Seed Space, Nashville" Burnaway 23 May 2016
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Estes, Sara. "Seed Space examines art of mending" The Tennessea. 29 May 2016
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Amirkhani, Jordan. "Art Review : Mary Addison Hackett at Marcia Wood Midtown" Burnaway. 26 Jan. 2016
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Terrell, Matthew. "Review: In “A Tin of Egyptian Cigarettes” Mary Addison Hackett’s joy is inherent." Arts ATL. 26 Jan. 2016
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Feaster, Felicia. "Charming Approach to Daily Life in Mary Addison Hackett’s Art." Rev. Atlanta-Journal Constitution. 12 Jan. 2016
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Nolan, Joe. "Paint, Process & Poetry: Mary Addison Hackett at David Lusk in Nashville.” Rev. Burnaway. 21 Oct. 2014
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Nolan, Joe. “Le Rayon Vert is Mysterious and Masterly.” Rev. Arts Nash. 03 Oct. 2013
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Hoff, Chris. “Small Is Big At The Torrance Art Museum.” Rev. OC Art Blog. 7 Feb. 2012
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Knight, Christopher. “Visual Feast of Color, Technique.” Rev. Los Angeles Times. 16 May 2008
Selected Website Listings

Books and Catalogues

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Unconventional– Nashville’s Music City Center, published by the Convention Center Authority. Catalog.
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To Live and Paint in LA, published by the Torrance Art Museum
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Against the Tide, by Sharon L. Butler, Two Coats of Paint Press
The Phyllis and Ross Escalette Permanent Collection of Art, published by Chapman University
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Here and Now—ARTRA Curatorial at T-Lofts. Exhibition Catalog
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"Hackett's canvases are a veritable painter's toolbox, as much drawing as painting, a regeneration of history, languages and the possibilities of painting." -Discovery-The Paintings of Mary Addison Hackett. Exhibition Catalog published by Kristi Engle Gallery. Essay by Max Presneill