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Photo Biennial


2021 Photo Biennial 

September 9th - November 14th 2021

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& the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana present

Journeys in Nature

by Richard S. McWherter


“Journeys in Nature,” an exhibition of photography and lens-based digital art by award-winning artist Richard S. McWherter, will be at the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana, September 9 – November 14, 2021, as part of the Louisville Photo Biennial.


Located at 820 East Market Street in New Albany, Indiana, the gallery is open Wednesday – Friday: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, Saturday: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. Please call 812-949-4238 to confirm gallery days and times.  

(Subject to change due to Pandemic)


“MEET THE ARTIST” OCTOBER 2nd, 2021, 5-8pm

The Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana New Albany, Indiana


“His photographs have a spirit that goes much deeper than the surface of an image. He is an artist of vision, one who goes well beyond the technical mastery of his medium.”

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Urban Archaeology

Featuring Vyncex

Website: Facebook: Instagram: @vyncex Twitter: @vyncex

Dates: September 9 – November 14, 2021
Events: Opening Reception, October 2, 5-8 pm

Vyncex’s Urban Archaeology is a series of still life photographs, documenting found objects discovered in abandoned places. The subject matter consists of often unorthodox items, such as drug paraphernalia, which are photographed in their original location, in a natural or manipulated composition. This exhibition showcasesVyncex’s perspective through his exploration of Louisville, Kentucky, and the pieces uncovered within, as he preserves artifacts and documents the narrative of the modern condition.

Vyncex Gorlami is a multidisciplinary visual artist with a focus on documenting the contemporary through the lens of alternative media. Living and working in Louisville, Kentucky, Vyncex defines his style of photography as social documentary photojournalism, cycling between both independent and mainstream media. His body of work frequently omits an objective viewpoint, enticing the viewer to examine the message from an unfamiliar perspective.

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