The Speed showcases the work of Pop Art’s most famous artist
Pop Art is art ready-made for you. No need to study up on people long dead or view obscure historical scenes. You already know the subjects, be they movie stars, advertising or food.
Robby Davis gears up for his first solo show
Creative freedom — it’s what every artist craves but only a true artist captures.
Photographer Phoenix Lindsey-Hall captures scenes of foreclosure
Among the specks of leaf and dirt on the worn carpet, in the refrigerator left full, behind the curtains ripped off the window now lying on the living room floor, foreclosed homes hold within their
Peace Postcards at Ali Center
It all started around Christmas 2008, when Louisville attorney, peace activist and art collector Allan Weiss founded Peace Postcards.
I arrived at the “Ne10: Louisville” show at the Water Tower Saturday as hopeful as a person going on a date with someone they had met on the Internet.
Carnegie Center for Art & History
201 E. Spring St., New Albany
Landing the Glass Art Society Conference is a major feat
The next time you think Louisville’s slogan of “Possibility City” is getting a little stale, remember that it’s actually true.
A look at the Louisville art scene from an insider
I was asked by LEO to reflect on the last 20 years of the Louisville visual arts scene. I imagine I was invited to this task because I was a part of this history as both witness and participant.
Yousuf Karsh’s infamous photographs at the Speed
While I am an art historian by trade, I’m a film historian by design.
Put your quarters in a Vend-A-Pin!
It’s springtime, and in addition to daffodils, a new crop of Vend-A-Pin! machines have been popping up all over town.