PORTRAIT OF LOUISVILLE
Street lights illuminating Third and Market. A paint-splattered artist in his studio.
Exhibit showcases Ali with the rich and famous
On the dimly lit fourth floor of the Muhammad Ali Center, just past the “Hopes and Dreams” wall and near the end of the “Global Voices” walkway, is a word painted in bold wh
Tim Lowly and Matt Ballou bring reflection to The 930
Much like the strict syllabic discipline adhered to by Haiku poets, artists Tim Lowly and Matt Ballou have devoted themselves to the use of “tondos,” or circular formats
Frazier History Museum honors Da Vinci’s other passions
I blame the bestselling novel by Dan Brown and its blockbuster movie adaptation, “The Da Vinci Code,” for a number of misconceptions about Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519).
Ann Stewart Anderson’s “Women and War” opens with the diptych “Remains 1” and “Remains 2,” mirror images that show an anonymous ancient Greek woman s
Caravaggio was an original bad-boy artist
Aficionados love to gossip about artists’ bad behavior over plastic cups of wine.
Exhibit puts rural culture on display
By the time Derby is over, most of us are pretty tired of having to explain ourselves to outsiders.
Michelle Amos and Todd C. Smith collaborate for Zephyr Gallery exhibit
Even before Michelle Amos opened up her new installation at Zephyr Gallery, people were trying to get in.
A roundup of Derby-related exhibits
You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink bourbon.
Imagine a white room full of objects arranged as reverently as monuments in a gothic cemetery: A metal pole as tall as a person holding an armload of glass orbs like a cluster of suspended po