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Frankfort galleries focus on photography for Louisville Photo Biennial

By Larry W. Moore, curator, JCM Gallery & Grand Gallery Photography has never been more ubiquitous, with millions of pictures taken every day around the world. Out of all of those images, what makes a photograph stand out? What makes it art? One of the best ways to answer that question is to view the very finest photography, and that’s what the Louisville Photo Biennial is all about. Louisville’s premier photographic festival returns this year for its 12th installment, having grown from a handful of galleries in its namesake city into a nationally recognized regional event taking place in...

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Welcome fall with these suggested reads

“The Dutch House” by Ann Patchett The Dutch House was supposedly built in 1922 in Elkins Park near Philadelphia by the Van Hoebeek family from the Netherlands who make their fortune in the tobacco business. Even though the house does not really exist, The Dutch House is one of the main characters in Ann Patchett’s latest release. Cyril Conroy, is able to purchase the mansion in 1946 by developing his real-estate business. He includes his wife, Elna, in the initial visit to the house. Cyril is impressed with the Delft tile fireplaces and the ballroom on the second floor....

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