Mid-century photographs of Pittsburgh from the Jones & Laughlin Steel Company Collection with contemporary photographs by Sue Wrbican at the UofL Ekstrom Library.
Guy Mendes is one of the best-known and well-respected photographers in the region. An opening reception for his exhibit 40/40 is planned for Friday, Oct. 14th at 5 p.m.
A reception is being held for photographers Caroline Palla and Robb Hill at the Louisville Visual Arts Association on Thursday, Oct. 13th from 5-7 p.m.
A reception for Boston photographer Bill Burke is planned for Oct. 13th at the Paul Paletti gallery.
'Dump Sites' photos of murderers' disposal spots, lecture highlighted
Downtown galleries offer a feast for the eyes as the 2011 Photo Biennial exhibits open for First Friday Trolley Hop.
"From Distant Streets"... photography about everyday life, and the streets it happens on.Everyone who attended the exhibition at Gallery Hertz yesterday, Sunday October 2, had one thing in common. They were photographers in one way or another. The "Distant Streets" exhibition was all about photography: and journalism, in its own way.
The Gallery Hertz celebrated its 20TH year, with an exhibit titled "Obsessive Attention to Detail. " Detail is exactly what Gallery Hertz pays attention to when it comes to its gallery, artist and patrons.
Saturday September 10th: the emerging of two great galleries, several fabulous artist when The Firehouse Gallery and Gallery Hertz come full circle.The Firehouse Gallery, located at 221 South Hancock, will be exhibiting From Distant Streets-"Streets:Near & Far"The Gallery Hertz is located, 1253 S. Preston St., between Oak and Ormsby, is celebrating its platinum anniversary with the exhibition Obsessive Attention to Detail.
The September 11 Photographs returned to the Main branch of the Louisville Free Public Library on September 1st and will be on display until September 30th. "Here is New York: The September 11 Photographs" is a collection of photos from the September attacks on the World Trade Center.
The Fat Friday Trolley Hop gets underway with another entertaining round of featured stops along Louisville's Historic Frankfort Avenue. It's expected to be a hot one, with heat indices hanging out around 100F.
Photos from the archive on exhibit through September 9