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Although Louisville is more known for its Bourbon, Slugger, Churchill, and Ali legacies, it should be known MORE for its absolute leadership in the Art World! What a world class museum that too many visitors and locals alike miss! Don't be one of them---run to...More
I loved this art museum, it had two spectacular exhibits that I found very interesting. One was featuring women impressionist artists. The other was a collection of various art that explored gender identities and what symbolizes gender. The museum also had an impressive collection of...More
Beautiful building, great collection, on the campus of Louisville University. Right now they have an exhibition titled "Picasso to Pollock" that has perfect examples of Dada, Cubism, Modernist, etc. Every art movement of the 20th century. Excellent labeling with easy to understand explanation of each...More
Special exhibits are special. The latest Impressionist artists men and women were excellent, the addition to the older section is beautifully designed in modern style blending well with the old. Well worth spending time with fine exhibits!
We are from the Chicago area and rate museums against the Art Institute. This is right up there. It is part ot the University of Louisville and free on Sundays. Parking will cost you $7. Plan on spending at least 2 hours. The building you...More
The museum is free on Sundays, and we were delighted to see the number of families taking advantage. Beautiful building with creative installations. The visiting exhibit from Eskenazi Museum at IU is worth a trip!