International photography exhibit at Ali Center focuses on the impact of violence against women — and what’s being done to stop it
In one of the photos, a man walks behind his wife as she walks down the beach holding their child. He is holding up an umbrella to shade his family from the sun overhead.
I’ve been told the favorite question Louisvillians ask fellow locals is, “Where did you go to high school?” Not me.
A roundup of holiday art shows
We fooled around and fell in love with all the holiday offerings by local galleries, museums and studios.
Exhibit features tactile portraits by blind and visually impaired students
Too often people think of portraits as inherently visual.
Bill Pusztai’s images were the first I saw upon walking into Garner Narrative on East Market Street.
According to self-important snobs, notability only happens on the East and West coasts. Middle America’s not called the flyover states for nothing.
Admittedly, when it comes to art exhibitions with children as their target audience, glass is not the medium that first comes to mind.
The Humana building was heralded by The New York Times and Time when it was completed in 1985
This Louisville building has certainly received attention. An international design competition was held, The New York Times came calling and Time magazine praised it.
Local galleries and studios celebrate the Louisville Photo Biennial
“A photograph is usually looked at — seldom looked into.” —Ansel Adams
Rock ’n’ roll royalty has come to Louisville by way of a collection of original Rolling Stone magazine photographs.