Visual Arts

May 30, 2013 9:23 AM

Art League's new exhibit at the Loudoun House incorporates the building itself

For the Lexington Art League's newest show, SITE, an installation exhibit at the Loudoun House, each artist was given the task of reimagining one room of the 160-year-old Gothic Revival building, with careful consideration of the space, context and meaning of each piece.

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