Maasai Tribesmen

Maasai Tribesmen

Ali - The Greatest of All Time

Ali – The Greatest of All Time

Streets of Mumbai

Streets of Mumbai

Dry is among the most recognized and awarded photographers in America. In addition to his achievements as a photojournalist for outlets such as the Courier-Journal and National Geographic, Dry has enjoyed a storied career as a preeminent commercial photographer. Traveling the world, he has amassed a portfolio that is as rich and complex as the places his images document.

“As an arts community, we are fortunate to have such a world-renowned photographer living and working in our midst,” said Ghislain d’Humières, Director of the Speed Art Museum. “His portraiture work captures the very soul of the subjects he photographs and we are proud and honored to exhibit his work at the Local Speed.”

Dan Dry: Facing the World highlights Dry’s remarkable accomplishments as a portrait photographer. From his early work documenting significant Louisvillians like Muhammad Ali to his travels as a National Geographic photographer, to his current series of cell phone portraits, portrait-making has been a constant theme throughout Dan Dry’s career. The exhibition’s images mirror his wide-ranging career, showcasing extraordinary people from around the world seen through the lens of an extraordinary photographer. Dry is currently the Chief Visual Officer at Power Creative in Louisville.

The exhibition runs from October 4 to December 7, 2013 and can viewed at the Local Speed, the Speed Art Museum’s satellite space for programming and exhibitions at 822 East Market Street. Open Friday from 12pm – 8 pm and Saturday, 11am – 4pm.

Reception: October 4th, 5pm, at Local Speed. Live Music and cash bar by RYE along with member-only giveaways. Bring your Speed membership card for a complimentary drink. No need to RSVP. There will also be an artist talk on November 6th at 6pm.

Also at the Local Speed

Show Title: Picture Love

A collaboration with the Louisville Visual Art Association.

LVAA has partnered with The Speed Museum to provide fifteen digital cameras for youth participants living in the Park Duvall neighborhood. The goal of the project is to help fifteen youth from the Southwick Community Center capture a meaningful moment in time by building a family photo tree.
Help fund “Picture Love” at power2give.org

October 4 through the end of October

Reception October 19, 2-4pm with Southwick Community Center student artists

Website: http://changingspeed.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpeedArtMuseum

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