Review / Adman, Warhol before Pop at The Andy Warhol Museum

The exhibition layers Warhol’s commercial work with his personal life during the 1950s while living in New York City. The looping layout of the second floor of The Andy Warhol Museum can sometimes feel disorienting. But in Adman: Warhol Before Pop, it works in the exhibition’s favor by presenting multiple narratives simultaneously. The exhibition, which… Continue reading Review / Adman, Warhol before Pop at The Andy Warhol Museum

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Review / Ephemeral: Sara Catapano and Hannah Pierce at Boxheart Gallery

There are many balancing acts at play in the two-person show Ephemeral, by Sara Catapano and Hannah Pierce. Growth and decay, nature versus man, vice and virtue, death and birth. Even physically, Catapano’s and Pierce’s sculptures seem to twist and pull apart from each other in complicated compositions. It is this tension that unites the… Continue reading Review / Ephemeral: Sara Catapano and Hannah Pierce at Boxheart Gallery

Review / Past, Present, and Future at Cultural Trust

In celebration of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's first Gallery Crawl of the year, I took a final look at the impressive dual exhibitions of local artist Kristen Letts Kovak at 707 and 709 Galleries; heard from Ryoichi Kurokawa, one of two internationally-based artists soon to be featured at Wood Street Galleries; and shared a sneak… Continue reading Review / Past, Present, and Future at Cultural Trust