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Faith Wilding: Fearful Symmetries at the Miller Gallery

A show of the feminist artist’s passionate paintings and drawings surprises

Two shows at Silver Eye explore the intersection of fantasy and reality

Krajnak’s work is at once deeply personal and romantically fictitious; Soren’s images juxtapose the soaring beauty of the American dream with painful reality

Samir Gangwani’s Become Camera

Local artist interrogates surveillance culture

The Long Run at SPACE

Works by Devan Shimoyama, Emilie Stark-Menneg and others highlight this group painting show

Jo-Anne Bates’s Exploration of Color at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

The pieces create a stunning tableau

Pittsburgh’s #notwhite collective holds its inaugural exhibition

In Between the Middle explores racial and cultural identity

We Are Nature: Living in the Anthropocene at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

What makes people seem so unnatural?

Ian Cheng’s Emissary Sunsets the Self at the Carnegie Museum of Art

This is a piece with a staggering capacity to enrage purists to the point of apoplexy

The year in review: Visual Art

Sexism and race were key themes

A conversation with Renee Piechocki

The outgoing founding director of the city’s Office of Public Art discusses her tenure

Macular at Wood Street Galleries

Kinetic light installations get contemplative, and frenetic

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