A guide to Shows and local art galleries Oct. 22-29 at Louisville

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The faces of famous people now appear in artworks in the exhibition “Pop Stars! Popular Culture and Contemporary Art” opening in Louisville’s 21c Museum Resort. June 20, 2017 Kathryn Gregory/CJ

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A guide to local art galleries and shows Oct. 22-29 in the Louisville area   

849 Gallery in the Kentucky College of Art + Design.  849 S. Third St. “Charge! ,” an exploration of the consumer-dominated civilization, featuring the work of photographer Brian Ulrich. Ends Nov. 17. 

Art Council of Southern Indiana.  820 East Market St., New Albany. “Photo Mix.” Ends Nov. 11.

B. Deemer Gallery.  2650 Frankfort Ave. “Passages,” paintings by Carolyn Hisel. Ends Nov. 7.

Barr Gallery.  Indiana University Southeast, 4201 Grant Line Road, New Albany. “Hook, Line and Singer,” by Miri Phelps. Ends Oct. 29.

Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest.  2499 Forest Hill Drive, Clermont, “Beneficial Insects,” by Joanne Price.  Ends Oct 31.

Chestnuts and Watches Gallery.   157 E. Main St., New Albany. “On the Street,” by Bussert Photography; and “Rhythms and Flows,” by Kristen Warning. Ends Nov. 11.

Corner Café Gallery.  9307 New Lagrange Road. Don Burchett. Ends Nov. 15. 

Craft(s) Gallery & Mercantile.   572 South 4th St. “Italia Con Amore,” photographic mosaics in Umbria, Tuscany and Le Marche by Dobree Adams. Ends Oct. 27.

Cressman Center for Visual Arts.  100 E. Main St. “Overshadowed,” a collaborative, experimental exhibition which examines the assembly point between pictures, landscape and astronomy. Ends Oct. 28.

The Filson Historical Society.  1310 S. 3rd St. “Recognizing the Indescribable: Paintings by Gloucester Caliman Coxe.” Ends Dec. 15.

Flame Run Glass Studio and Gallery.  815 W. Market St. Sculptures and glass creations by Ann Klem. Ends Nov. 11. 

Gallery 104.  104 E. Main St., La Grange. Louisville Photo Biennial “Oldham County, A Perspective in Black & White,” Ends Nov. 12. 502-222-3822, . 

Garner Narrative Contemporary Fine Art.  642 E. Market St. “Home Sweet Home,” photography and installation. Ends Oct. 27.

Harrison County Discovery Center.  233 N. Capitol Ave., Corydon. “Auto Indiana.” Ends Nov. 27.

Huff Gallery.  Spalding University, 853 Library Lane. “Comics: Jay Leisten and Friends” by Marvel and DC comic book artist Jay Leisten along with many others. Ends Oct. 29. 502-273-4436.

Hyland Glass Gallery.  721 E. Washington St. “False Light,” by Laurie Blayney, combined imagery from observations in protests, rallies and gatherings. Ends Nov. 30.

Jane Morgan Gallery.  4838 Brownsboro Center. “Alla Prima.” Ends Nov. 11.

Kaviar Forge & Gallery.  147 Stevenson Ave. Opening Oct. 27, “Artists in Their Midst.” Reception, Oct. 27, 6-8 p.m. Ends Dec. 30.

Kentucky College of Art + Design.  Spalding University, 845 S. Third St. “Pep Boys,” by Brian Ulrich. Ends Nov. 9.

Kentucky Derby Museum.  704 Central Ave. “Winner’s Circle,” featuring this season’s Kentucky Derby winner, Always Dreaming; “It’s My Derby,” featuring hats and fashion of the Kentucky Derby and also “The best Race, a 360°,” immersive media experience which takes you into the heart of the Kentucky Derby. “Person o’War: The Legacy.” Ends Dec. 31. D. Wayne Lukas exhibit, featuring items in the Hall of Fame Trainer’s series, four Kentucky Derby decorations and four Kentucky Oaks decorations will be on display. Ends Oct. 2018. .

Kentucky Fine Art Gallery.  Leslie H. Spetz Custom Framing, 2400-C Lime Kiln Lane. Photographs of the Louisville Ballet, Sam English. Ends Oct. 31. 

Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft.  715 West Main St. “Victory Over the Sun: Poetics and Politics of Eclipse.” Ends Dec. 3.

Kentucky Watercolor Society Gallery.  Brownsboro Center Arcade. “Celebrate the Holidays.” End Jan. 5.

Kore Gallery.  Mellwood Art Center, 1860 Mellwood Ave. “Made You Look” by Karen Terhune, Mike McCarthy and William M. Duffy; “Light, Shadows, and Color” by Anil Vinayakan. Both finish October 29.

Lenihan Sotheby International.  3803 Brownsboro Road. “Summertime.” Ends Oct. 31.

Moremen Moloney Contemporary.  939 E. Washington St. “Gold of Africa” by international photographer Adam Shulman. Ends Nov. 18. 

Muhammad Ali Center.  144 N. Sixth St. “In the Shadows,” photography exhibition by Howard Bingham. Ends Jan. 21, 2018. “Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon.” Ends Jan. 8, 2018. “Available Light: Louisville Through the Lens of Bud Dorsey ” Ends Jan. 2, 2018.

Paul Ogle Art Center.  Indiana University Southeast, 4201 Grantline Road. Collection of artwork by artists of this Wonderland Way Circa 1920-1937. Ends Jan. 2020.

Paul Paletti Gallery.  713 E. Market St. “Finding Heaven in a Holler,” by Shelby Lee Adams. Ends Dec. 31. 

PYRO Gallery.  1006 E. Washington St. Opening Oct. 26, “…and afterwards…, an Exhibition of Reminiscence,” by fabric artist Bette Levy. Reception, Oct. 27, 6-9 p.m. Ends Dec. 9. 

Swanson Contemporary. 636 E Market St. “Aluminature,” by Jenny Zeller. Ends Oct. 28. 

Tim Faulkner Gallery.  1512 Portland Ave. “In Tens: A Single Century into Live,” paintings by Margaret Archambault. Ends Nov. 4.

Zephyr Gallery.  610 E. Market St. “PROJECT 19: The Extended Gaze,” by Nhat Tran, Vian Sora along with Tiffany Calvert. Ends today, Oct. 22. “PRHBTN,” works by local musicians who utilize styles, procedures, and content explored in public art, street art, graffiti, pop-art, social networking, graphic arts and much more. Ends Nov. 19. 

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