Exploring the origins of ‘GEN’
For someone who is energized by artwork rife with contemporary art references, there is big-city excitement in stopping by an exhibition space and finding conceptually strong work.
Weekly artist troupe serves up the ‘Breakfast Group Show’
“Oatmeal, please.” “Morning Muffin and coffee.” “I’ll have the Breakfast Special.” These food orders at The Café are shouted over six tables of conv
Donté K. Hayes’ exhibit strives for the American Dream
Donté K. Hayes’ exhibit at Garner Narrative is storytelling at its best: It is colorful and engaging, each piece’s name its own layer, indecipherable from the painting.
Daniel Pfalzgraf depicts 9/11 hijackers in new exhibit
We all know the names Timothy McVeigh and Adam Lanza, but how many of us can name the 9/11 hijackers?
As Hotel Louisville has a dual purpose in providing shelter for citizens at risk of being homeless in our city and serving conventional hotel clientele, so does the Anderson Chapel located inside i
While change is inevitable, that doesn’t mean we don’t hate it, with plans to go kicking and screaming into the night.
The idea for “Complementary,” now on exhibit at the Green Building Gallery, was a frank chat curator Daniel Pfalzgraf had with Cheryl Chapman, painter and longtime partner to photograph
Kentucky Science Center presents ‘Body Worlds Vital’
It’s time to take a hard look at yourself.
KMAC honors the father of the American art furniture movement
Wendell Castle became part of my artistic life when I saw his “Ghost Clock” at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., in the early 1990s.
Retiring ‘photo wrangler’ picks his favorites
Bill Carner had been at his job in the Photographic Archives for 34 years until his December retirement.