Counterpressures | Carnegie Museum of Art | Visual Art | Pittsburgh City Paper

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A group of 10 Pittsburgh-based artists honor environmentalist Rachel Carson for Counterpressures, the 83rd installment of Carnegie Museum of Art’s Forum series. Developed in partnership with the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, and with a title taken from Carson’s influential book, Silent Spring, the show addresses “the present urgency of climate change” with works that “grapple with the ecological present and the uncertain future that we are creating.” Join curator Hannah Turpin and the exhibiting artists for a gallery talk and opening reception.

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