Group Show @ Tim Faulkner Gallery

Through Sept. 5

Tim Faulkner Gallery
943 Franklin St. • 851-2380


Post-Olympic depression got you down? Fighting withdrawal from the past two weeks’ onslaught of global competition and mind-boggling diversity? Lucky for you, Tim Faulkner Gallery is bringing some international flair to its latest exhibit. Artist Yolanda Khula hails from South Africa, home of Chad le Clos’ churning butterfly and Oscar Pistorius’ no-legged races. This is Khula’s first time in these United States, and the photographs in “Face It” document her travels while examining the urban life and landscapes of Louisville and of her native Johannesburg. If you’re still burning with the patriotic fever of a thousand torches, you can indulge in the pop iconic canvases of Louisville-newcomer Ryan Case or ride along with Indianapolis-native Scottie May on his great American road trip. And upstairs in the gallery’s new Industrial Space, check out the group show “Vivid Visions.” —Jennifer Harlan

One Comment

  1. ryan case
    Posted August 20, 2012 at 2:56 pm | Permalink

    thank you so much for the mention!!!

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