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Gallery and Public Artwork Destroyed in Nashville Suicide Bombing

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Ashley Bergeron, the founder and owner of a Nashville-based art gallery called the Studio 208, feels like she survived the bombing that shook the city on Christmas Day by a miracle.

Bergeron, who lives behind her gallery, was on a birthday trip when a suicide bomber detonated his RV about half a block from her building on the morning of December 25.

If she hadn’t delayed her flight back home at the last minute, based on a gut feeling, she would have been at the gallery at the time of the explosion.

“I can’t explain it, but my instinct just told me ‘don’t go home,’” Bergeron told Hyperallergic in a phone conversation. “I was ready to fly back to Nashville, but I followed my intuition.”



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