July 29, 2012 - 7:00pm
Downtown galleries offer a feast for the eyes as the 2011 Photo Biennial exhibits open for First Friday Trolley Hop.
It seems everyone is a budding photographer now that we have instant access to a camera whenever we want (thank you smart phones). Still, there’s a lot more to taking pictures than a push of a digital button. Louisville is being taken by storm by professional photographers from all over...
October 4, 2011 - 10:33pm
"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.
Gallery Hertz provides the artistic vision that has helped define artist, sculptures, painters and photographers from around the world. Richard Bram gathered the work of twenty-nine photographers, The WHO"S WHO of Street Photographers, in an international showing, and exhibited...
September 12, 2011 - 11:40am
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.
When I arrived at the Gallery, the celebration had started and art lovers, who had already scanned the paintings, sculptures, basket weaving and various other exhibits were finding seats in the Gardens to enjoy a glass of wine, slice of cake of fruit stick. The Gallery inside however was full of...
September 8, 2011 - 7:29pm
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.
Two Galleries, One Night, Saturday September 10th.Geoff Carr and friends invite you to The Firehouse Gallery, where they will be exhibiting "From Distant Streets," and curator Richard Bram exhibits over 25 photographers from more than 15 nations and James Doiron will be debuting “...
September 8, 2011 - 7:41pm
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.
In the midst of tragedy; a beautiful reminder of human determination remains, as a result of hundreds of photographs. “Here Is New York” is an exhibition of approximately 500 photographs taken by the citizens of New York, following the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center.