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may you live in interesting times, at 937 Liberty

Images of beauty and peril cling to the walls behind the ravaged books

20/20: The Studio Museum in Harlem and Carnegie Museum of Art at the Carnegie Museum of Art

A monumental exhibit really adds to the discussion about race

LaToya Ruby Frazier’s The Notion of Family, at Silver Eye

The nationally known, Braddock-born photographer brings an emotionally charged show home

SHELTER: Crafting a Safe Home at Contemporary Craft

A show about finding home hits all the marks

Amy Schissel’s New World Order: OS at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Large-scale abstractions map our journeys both physical and intellectual

Exposing underwear at the Frick

Undressed explores some three centuries of undergarment hows, whys and why nots

New arts-leadership program for African Americans leads to curator role

Exhibited curated by Corey Carrington opens at the Brew House Association

What Hath Night to Do With Sleep at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Stephanie Armbruster’s abstracts explore the experience of travel



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