Kim Gordon artwork, courtesy of 303 Gallery, New York // Black Keys photo: Alysse Gafkjen
This week marks the final run of Kim Gordon's Lo-Fi Glamour exhibit
at The Andy Warhol Museum. To celebrate the success of that exhibition and the release of The Black Key’s debut 2019 song, “Lo/Hi,”
The Andy Warhol Museum and Live Nation Pittsburgh are launching a social media ticket giveaway starting today, Tue., Aug. 27 and running until Sat., Aug. 31.
Each day at noon, Live Nation's Instagram account (@livenationpgh
) will release a password. The first fan to arrive at The Warhol and give the password to the admission desk will win two passes to visit The Warhol and a pair of tickets to see The Black Keys live in concert on Mon., Oct. 7 at PPG Paints Arena.
Gordon's Lo-Fi Glamour
features paintings, sculptures, figure drawings, and a commissioned score for Andy Warhol’s 1963-64 silent film Kiss
. Celebrated for her work as a founding member of the experimental post-punk band Sonic Youth, Gordon is a multi-disciplinary artist who has worked in fashion, publishing, film, and music. In the 1980s, it was through art that she found music, coming to Sonic Youth from an early interest in aesthetics and performance. The exhibition is on view through Sun., Sept. 1.
The Black Keys debuted “Lo/Hi” in March, as the first new music from the band since its 2014 album, Turn Blue.
In June, the rock band released its ninth studio album, Let's Rock
, and soon after announced a national tour of the same name. Joining The Black Keys during its Pittsburgh stop are Modest Mouse and Jessy Wilson.