Ryan Burns’ Year of the Banana
One of the rooms at the Tim Faulkner Gallery is looking especially yellow these days — and kinda fruity. Bananas. Lots of bananas. What’s this guy’s deal?
Tracey Snelling’s multimedia project brings comic book to life
WHO IS VERONICA HAYDEN, AND WHY IS SHE ON THE RUN? WHY DID HER CREEP-TASTIC HUSBAND, VICTOR, SUDDENLY GO MISSING, SHORTLY BEFORE VERONICA VANISHED?
“Retrospective: Don Aters” at Revelry Boutique Gallery is the kind of art exhibit you want to bring your dad to — accessible, interesting, affordable.
LVAA celebrates 150 years of the Louisville Water Co.
The Louisville Water Company (LWC) is celebrating its 150-year anniversary. Today, of course, we think of water mostly when it doesn’t appear at the tap.
Less of a dick, more of a star
The disclaimer on artist Dick Starr’s website reads: “The art work on this website contains nudity, blood, gore, sex and violence.
Elena Dorfman shoots horses
Horses are ubiquitous around here. You can’t avoid them — even if you live downtown, you might see one trotting past, pulling a carriage or carrying a police officer.
Gena Neumann’s art comes with secret messages
There is something to be said for artists who set up labyrinths for the mind to wander in, and then have the compassion to come along after a while and show you the exits.
Kentucky School of Art partners with Spalding University
As I’m walking through the new Kentucky School of Art (KSA) space in Spalding University, I realize this is the physical manifestation of a dream come true.
Carlos Gamez de Francisco finds solace in the canvas
Carlos Gamez de Francisco has had a lifelong preoccupation with his craft.
Preservation Louisville fights to keep Louisville weird
This is a David and Goliath story, or, to be more precise, Goliaths.