Two shows bring renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s work to town

Two shows bring renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s work to town

Warhol and Ai share an uncanny ability to both absorb and create culture

Hebru Brantley’s Pittsburgh debut is a hopeful and haunting commentary on our times

In all of Brantley’s work, innocence comes at you from the position of strength.

Three installation artists explore the spaces we inhabit

The Mattress Factory’s Factory Installed tackles ecology, learning environments … and drywall

All Around Us, at Wood Street Galleries, explores our relationship with insects

Live roaches, crickets and bees are involved

We preview the 57th annual Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival

Squonk Opera on bikes, a new performance-art showcase and more highlight the festival

At BoxHeart, Jennipher Satterly grapples with our legacy of plastic

“Will we allow it to consume us?”

Pay-what-you-want tickets gaining traction in Pittsburgh

Arts groups are experimenting with pay-what-you-want to improve access and build audiences

Vanessa German shows off powerful print-based work at AIR

dontsaythatshitoutloud grapples with the effects of gun violence

The History Center’s multigenerational toy exhibit

“This is pinball, do you want to see what that is?”

The Seen and the Unseen questions our sense of place

All three artists destabilize our notions of a fixed reality

A look at recent and ongoing projects that have advanced discourse on art locally

From documentary work to new twists on pop culture, the scene is really expanding

A look at Rick Bach’s first solo exhibit in Pittsburgh in nine years

The show is unified by a sense of humor that connects directly to Bach’s own sublimated sense of irony, tragedy and comedy.


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