Like Her Remembrance
LIKE HER REMEMBRANCE: PAINTINGS FROM THE J. TODD GREENE COLLECTION
The Parthenon and Centennial Park Conservancy in partnership with visual artist J. Todd Greene, are proud to present “Like Her Remembrance: Artworks of the J. Todd Greene Collection” in the East Gallery of the Parthenon.
The exhibit is open to the public now through Sunday, January 5, 2020 during normal Parthenon Museum hours (Tuesday-Saturday from 9 AM to 4:30 PM and Sundays 12:30 to 4:30 PM).
“Like Her Remembrance” is the personal collection of Nashville visual artist, J. Todd Greene, which he inherited in 2009 by his friend Dina Koston after her passing. Koston was a noted composer from Washington, D.C., who over many years, acquired numerous twentieth century paintings, etchings, and works on paper.
“Like Her Remembrance: Artworks of the J. Todd Greene Collection” celebrates Dina Koston’s life and friendships, and will feature 32 twentieth-century works collected by her. It is the first time this collection has been publicly exhibited and it includes notable modernists such as Smithsonian curator Jacob Kainen, Formalist painter Harry Nadler, and Chicago Surrealist Gertrude Abercrombie. Additional components include a short documentary about Koston and Greene, as well as a display of related exhibit catalogs, gallery guides, and other ephemera.
Parthenon admission is free for Centennial Park Conservancy Members.