Bill Carner loves music and live performances, which has been well served by his career as a photographer. This retrospective, part of the Louisville Photo Biennial, is perfectly placed in the record shop Surface Noise. The exhibition “is about music made by some of my favorite musicians that I have seen and have been lucky enough to photograph,” said Carner. “Music has enriched my soul and drained my wallet for over 50 years, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. A few of the photographs in the show have been exhibited before, [like] the Velvet Underground, Charles Lloyd, Alice Cooper. Others like John Hammond and Son House have never made it beyond my contact sheets until now.” The closing reception is on Sunday, Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m.
Through Oct. 31Surface Noise