The works on display cause to appear what has been effaced.
From Chinese neon to portraits of Homestead residents, artists ask, "What's it like here?"
For the 2013 Carnegie International — curated by Dan Byers, Tina Kukielski and Daniel Baumann — Carnegie Museum of Art director Lynn Zelevansky emphasized the importance of place. For most of us, a firm sense of place is at the root of our identity.
Miller Gallery exhibit goes beyond music into film, installation work and more
A cresting '90s revival requires proper tribute to riot grrrl — the hybrid underground movement that reimagined punk rock's DIY modes with feminist purpose. Typically, riot grrrl's legacy is told through music, but Alien She, at Carnegie Mellon's Miller Gallery, offers a spirited collection — part art exhibition, part historical project — showcasing the movement's artifacts while honoring its evolved second life in art in various media and disciplines.
"The ability to have all these artists in one place at one time really creates a strength."
RAW Natural Born Artists, a monthly showcase with iterations in some 60 cities, holds its first annual Pittsburgh awards show this week. The series is a platform for underground visual and performing artists who might not have shown their work to a larger audience.
Richard Claraval's drawings speak of suffering, transformation and cosmic order
Richard Claraval is a romantic with a scientific point of view. He believes everything in the universe results from understandable causes, and yet there is something metaphysical about Ignudi, his exhibit of drawings at the Spinning Plate Gallery.
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