Best Art Instagrams of the Week: Flyer Round-up

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Wondering which Memphis-based (or Memphis-originated) artists to follow on Instagram? Allow us to help.

Filmmaker and sculptor Brian Pera (@brian__pera) is currently in production on a film project dubbed "Sorry Not Sorry", featuring fellow artists Terri Phillips and Joel Parsons. 



Johnathan Robert Payne (@johnrobertpayne) and D'Angelo Lovell Williams (@limitedomnishit) collaborated on a series of photographs and drawings that were on view at First Congregational Church earlier this week. 

Thank you to everyone who came out tonight! It meant a lot to @limitedomnishit and I. #roomtolet

A photo posted by Johnathan Payne (@johnrobertpayne) on



Kong Wee Pang (@kongweepang) and Jay Crum (@crumjay) installed "Walking Eyes", a collaborative series of works on paper and fabric, at Crosstown Arts. 



Memphis-bred cartoonist and illustrator Derrick Dent (@dentslashink) lives in New York now, but that hasn't changed his quick draw style. 

Avoiding any copyright issues, I'll just call this People Folks of New York City Place.

A photo posted by Derrick Dent (@dentslashink) on


Another Memphis trained artist-to-watch: Rhodes grad Esther Ruiz, whose glow-y neon sculptures are making waves in NYC. 

i've been in here 13 hours, last one

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Hamlett Dobbins (@hamlettdobbins) is making colorful and wonderful summer drawings. 

Summer drawing 2015.

A photo posted by Hamlett Dobbins (@hamlettdobbins) on



Think your Instagram should be featured on our weekly art round-up? Let me know: eileen@contemporary-media.com. 


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