A photographer explores an icon of contemporary African-American culture.

A photographer explores an icon of contemporary African-American culture.

The interiors of the Johnson building are so rich and fantastical that resonate emotionally and intellectually as well as visually.

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A brief for "America's Least Livable City"

Hyla Willis' Artist of the Year Show shows the flipside of such rankings
Hyla Willis is an unlikely recruit for your tourism board or chamber of commerce.

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A fruitful artists' exchange at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Jake Beckman, Jeanne Jaffe and Jennie Thwing explore the malleability of the material world
The natural landscape has inspired artists for centuries, but the industrial landscape has provided equally compelling subject matter.

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New Penn Avenue gallery seeks to involve community

"What I imagined happening here was hosting shows that a more traditional gallery wouldn't do."
Two winters ago, a lone white door on Penn Avenue's art corridor opened into an installation with no heat, its electricity from a generator.

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A new bus tour visits local film and TV shooting locations

"We've got so many different identities."
Judging from the attendees for Lights, Camera, Pittsburgh!, the far-reaching appeal of movies is obvious.

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