Clarksville’s Customs House Museum is currently hosting Sacred Access, an exhibit of photographs by Anthony Scarlati, a fine art portrait photographer and photojournalist known for his soulful and thought-provoking images. A native of Chicago, Scarlati has spent more than twenty years working in the entertainment, sports and equine industries. His published photo credits include numerous entertainment, equine and special interest publications along with editorial portraits across all genres of music. Scarlati is a contributing photographer for Nashville Arts Magazine. Click the thumbnail image to see Scarlati’s photo of Vince Gill.
The exhibit continues through January 10, 2012. The Customs House Museum in downtown Clarksville is the second-largest general museum in Tennessee. For hours and admission costs, see customshousemuseum.org. The BusinessClarksville.com website reports that, in conjunction with the Scarlati exhibit, the museum will feature the film Eugéne and Berenice – Pioneers of Urban Photography in November as part of its monthly Art & Lunch series.