Loudoun House 209 Castlewood Drive
Lexington, KY 40505
Hours: Wednesday 12-5; Thursday, 12-5, Friday 12-8, Saturday 12-5
WHAT ENDURES—PHOTOGRAPHS FROM AN UNCERTAIN TIME
Featuring Lexington Camera Club with 30 members exhibiting along with 6 guest artists—teenagers from the Northside of Lexington.
Dates: September 17–October 9, 2o21
Events: Talk by juror Jahi Chikwendiu, September 17 8pm
Talk by Charles Traub, Saturday, September 18, 4 pm
Screening of the documentary “M & M Smith: For Posterity’s Sake–the Lives and Work of renowned Harlem Renaissance Photographers Morgan and Marvin Smith” Oct. 8th
After a year of isolation, illness, and loss, we pivot to take stock of what has endured in our lives and how that might be depicted in photographs. We also continue a tradition that goes back 85 years to the beginning of the Lexington Camera Club, in which members inform and inspire each other to produce new photographs and to explore a wide range of possibilities within the photographic medium. Every few years we put together an exhibit to share the work and see how personal visions can be orchestrated to amplify a common theme and to remind us of the power of the art and craft of photography.