2023 Louisville Photo Biennial: Cressman Center

August 19-October 7, 2023
2023 Louisville Photo Biennial: Cressman Center

Image: Deborah Orloff, Young Boy (2022) from Elusive Memory: Lost Histories

Louisville Photo Biennial
August 19-October 7, 2023
Reception: Friday Sept. 8, 2023 | 5-8 PM
Cressman Center for Visual Arts | 100 E Main St Louisville, KY 40202

The Hite Institute of Art + Design is excited to be participating in the 2023 Louisville Photo Biennial. This year we will be hosting four photo-based exhibitions across our campus and downtown gallery locations. At the Cressman Center for Visual Arts, we are thrilled to present TracesTraces explores the myriad ways in which photography reflects memory, from the family album to the photogram. This exhibition is curated by Mitch Eckert, Associate Professor of Art at the University of Louisville and include: Astrid Reischwitz, Jason Reblando, Stefanie Seufert, Jesseca Ferguson, Galina Kurlat, Martina Lopez, Sarah Hadley, Margaret LeJeune, Deborah Orloff, Susan Kae Grant, + Don Anderson

Gallery Hours: Thurs-Saturday: 11:00am-2:30pm

For More information on our Schneider Hall Gallery Exhibitions please visit our website here.

About the Louisville Photo Biennial:
Started in 1999 by four East Market Street galleries, the Louisville Photo Biennial has grown to encompass more than fifty photographic exhibits at venues throughout Metro Louisville, southern Indiana, and central Kentucky. This amazing cooperative effort between galleries, museums, colleges, universities, and other cultural institutions celebrates the medium of photography through a rich variety of exhibits including fine art, documentary, design, historic and even everyday snapshot photography. We are pleased to present works by photographers of national and international fame, as well as our extremely talented local and regional photographers.

Images: Top Row: 1. Stefanie Seufert (left) and Galina Kurlat (right); 2-3. Deborah Orloff; 4. installation overview; 5. Jesseca Ferguson
Bottom Row: 1. Susan Kae Grant; 2. Sarah Hadley (left) and Margaret LeJeune (right); 3. Jason Reblando; 4. Astrid Reischwitz; 5. Martina Lopez