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Alan and Kristina Rideout upper left, in a rare moment in front of the lens and not behind it.

Love in the Air in Lexington at Second Shot Pop Up Gallery

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Ace’s Lexington Daily Photo 9.12.2012 Herakut in Lexington

Ace Daily Photo 9.12.2012 Herakut at Market and Short by Flo Cowley 156 Market Street German street artists Herakut are painting in Lexington, September 11 through September 16, 2012. This is their

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Ace Goes to the Woodland Art Fair 2012

Lexington's 2012 Woodland Art Fair dawned to some of the prettiest weather the Fair has enjoyed in decades. Artist Rod Lindauer manned his own booth, despite his recent encounter

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Concordia Public Art Installation Proceeds in Downtown Lexington

One lane of Main was closed in downtown Lexington this weekend while crews installed artist DeWitt Godfrey's "Concordia," Lexington's newest public art project, atop the Downtown Arts Center. The

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When is Gallery Hop, Lexington KY. April 20, 2012

Lexington, Kentucky art Gallery Hop, April 20, 2012 HIGHLIGHTS Sarah Jane Sanders, Room for Dessert: a collaboration of Food and Photography. Wine + Market. 5 pm to 8 pm. Corner

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Artist John Lackey’s Gamut, video at North Limestone

Lexington artist John Lackey, twice voted Best Artist by Ace readers, has put together a stop-motion movie, Gamut, that chronicles the renovations across the street from his Homegrown

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Lexington’s Iroquois Hunt Club in Garden and Gun Magazine

Oscar Wilde once called foxhunting "the indescribable in pursuit of the inedible," but the Iroquois Hunt Club (built in 1807)  just outside Lexington has long been one of

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Photographer Shelby Lee Adams in New York Times

Kentucky-born photographer Shelby Lee Adams' new book, Salt and Truth,  was prominently featured in the Sunday November 13 New York Times. (Click here for the "Of Kentucky" slideshow

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John Darko’s Change for Art Meter Dedicated

Lexington's Change for Art program unveiled the final installment in 2011's Art Parking Meters October 30 at the Kentucky Theatre. Artist John Darko presented his new work, a metal

Lexington Visual Collective: A Force for Change in Lexington

This article appears on p 12 of the April 7, 2011 edition   by Kate Sprengnether The Lexington Visual Collective (LexVC) wants you to know that the Lexington art community



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