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AUGUST 27-29

LIVE AT THE HENRY HEYMANN THEATER

PITTSBURGH COMEDY FESTIVAL

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LIVE BAND THURSDAYS! “Burning the Pinkerton Barges” (albumen print photograph, 1892), shot by Underwood & Underwood. From the exhibition Pittsburgh’s Point, at Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History, North Side.

VISUALART NEW THIS WEEK PHOTO ANTIQUITIES. Pittsburgh’s Point. Showing the first photo of Pittsburgh’s “Point” taken from atop Mt. Washington in 1896. See the low level city, antique bridges & river commerce. Many other historic photos & cameras. Opening September 1. Spirits, Good & Evil: Post Mortem Photographs & Vintage Mug Shots. From the Victorian Era. Opening September 1. North Side. 412-231-7881.

ONGOING 4823 PENN AVE. Studies in Topophilia. Charcoal sketches on vellum by Carolyn Wenning. Garfield. ANDY WARHOL MUSEUM. Pearlstein, Warhol, Cantor: From Pittsburgh to New York. Work from these artists from their time as students at Carnegie Tech to their early days in New York. Treasure/Trash. Works by local artist Elizabeth A. Rudnick. Andy’s Toybox. A playful installation of Warhol’s paintings, prints, & photographs from the late 1970s & 1980s. Glycerine & Rosewater. A site specific artwork by the German/ Dutch artist Stefan Hoffmann, using his unique process of vertical silkscreen printing. Permanent collection. Artwork & artifacts by the famed Pop Artist. North Side. 412-237-8300. ART INSTITUTE OF PITTSBURGH. Landmarks. Pen & ink by Mary Jean Stabile. Downtown. 412-263-6600. ART SPACE 616. Summer Group Show. Features work by Atticus Adams, Kevin O’Toole, & Peter Mandradjieff. Sewickley. 412-259-8214. ARTDFACT. Artdfact Gallery. The works of Timothy Kelley & other regional & US artists on display. Sculpture, oil & acrylic

paintings, mixed media, found objects, more. North Side. 724-797-3302. ASSEMBLE. moonbaby. Welcome to Moonbabyland, a pop-up interactive department store set to discover the meanings of self mythologizing spaces & bodies. Garfield. 412-432-9127. CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF ART. Jacqueline Humphries. Comprised of entirely new works, the artist’s first solo museum exhibition in nearly a decade of her silver & black-light paintings. She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World. The work of 12 leading women photographers who have tackled the notion of representation w/ passion & power, questioning tradition & challenging perceptions of Middle Eastern identity. CMOA Collects Edward Hopper. Collected works of Edward Hopper & prints by Rembrandt & Charles Meryron, Hopper’s influences. Oakland. 412-622-3131. ECLECTIC ART & OBJECTS GALLERY. 19th century American & European paintings combined w/ contemporary artists & their artwork. The Hidden Collection. Watercolors by Robert N. Blair (1912- 2003). Hiromi Traditional Japanese Oil Paintings The Lost Artists of the 1893 Chicago Exhibition. Collectors Showcase. Emsworth. 412-734-2099. FRAMEHOUSE. As Good As the Guys: Women Photographers in Pittsburgh. 15 local artists practicing photography in the region w/ a small group of their forebears in the city, at a time when the medium was dominated by men. Lawrenceville. 412-586-4559. FRICK ART & HISTORICAL CENTER. Bird’s Eye View of

Pittsburgh, Allegheny & Environs. Showing James T. Palmatary’s 1859 print. Opening August 18. Permanent collection of European Art. Point Breeze. 412-371-0600. FUTURE TENANT. Traffic Lights. A lightand-sound exhibition by Jakob Marsico. Downtown. 412-325-7037. GALERIE WERNER, THE MANSIONS ON FIFTH. upStage – An Exploratory of Dance. Work by Peggi Habets, Claire Hardy, Jeannie McGuire & Christine Swann. Oakland. 412-716-1390. GALLERIE CHIZ. Conversations from the Backseat. Mixed media by Luon St. Pierre. Shadyside. 412-441-6005. THE GALLERY 4. Stranded in the Underworld. New works by Brian Holderman & Jeremy Beightol. Shadyside. 412-363-5050. GLENN GREENE STAINED GLASS STUDIO INC. Original Glass Art by Glenn Greene. Exhibition of new work, recent work & older work. Regent Square. 412-243-2772. MATTRESS FACTORY. Ongoing Installations. Works by Turrell, Lutz, Shiota, Kusama, Anastasi, Highstein, Wexler & Woodrow. Factory Installed. Artists Anne Lindberg, John Morris, Julie Schenkelberg, Jacob Douenias & Ethan Frier created new roomsized installations that demonstrate a uniquely different approach to the creative process. North Side. 412-231-3169. MINE FACTORY. being (human). New works by Zack John Lee, Gianna Paniagua, Ben Quint-Glick & Rose & Sara Savage ask what it means to be human. Homewood. www.theminefactory.com. CONTINUES ON PG. 55

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August 26, 2015  

Pittsburgh City Paper Volume 25 Issue 34

August 26, 2015  

Pittsburgh City Paper Volume 25 Issue 34