published Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Zarzour’s photo essay at Northshore Gallery - Sept. 6-Oct. 1

The photography exhibit “Please Seat Yourself: Zarzour’s Cafe” is architect Bradley Shelton’s visual take on the legendary local restaurant, its staff and regular customers.
The photography exhibit “Please Seat Yourself: Zarzour’s Cafe” is architect Bradley Shelton’s visual take on the legendary local restaurant, its staff and regular customers.
Photo by Contributed Photo /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

The former Graffiti Gallery at 505 Cherokee Blvd. will introduce its new name and open an exhibit during Gallery Hop on Saturday, Sept. 6.

Now known as the Northshore Gallery of Contemporary Art (to better reflect its focus), the gallery will debut “Please Seat Yourself: Zarzour’s Cafe” with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m.

The photography exhibit is architect Bradley Shelton’s visual take on the legendary local restaurant, its staff and regular customers. The exhibit will run through Wednesday, Oct. 1.

Other artists represented during Gallery Hop will be Northshore Gallery regulars Ellyn Bivin, Renel Plouffe, James McKissic, Larry Young, Eddie Graham, Josiah Golson, Sandy Washburn, Ken Herrin, Turry Lindstrom, Bryan Rasmussen, Maria Willison and Devon Kronenberg.

For more information, call 423-400-9797 or visit hillcityart.com.

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