Ten Futures

Ten Futures finds its theme perched between the science fiction genre and the futures unfolding around us in real time. Through drawings, photographs, video, sculptures, short stories, and a video game, the artists in the exhibition daydream, fear for, and build their own imagined worlds. The term science fiction can be defined simply be reversing… Continue reading Ten Futures


The End

The End is a group exhibition of AAP (Associated Artists of Pittsburgh) artists who reflect on ideas of when something ends, stops, or ceases to exist. Endings — be it the end of a movie, the waking from a bad dream, a breakup, or even death itself — have proven to be a captivating subject matter… Continue reading The End


HICKEY irreverently presents tales of intimacy and identity through the works of six queer men. By using traditional mediums such as paint, paper, pencil and fiber, then subverting their applications, the artists in HICKEY simultaneously make light of and shine light on, the absurdities of finding one’s self and then sharing with another.

Full Bleed: Adam Milner

Full Bleed presents excerpts from Adam Milner’s obsessive collections of images pulled from thousands of magazines. Through the act of isolating, cropping, masking and arranging, Milner’s personal archives reveal new connections through seemingly ordinary images one might otherwise flip by in a magazine or overhear in a pop song. These images are not merely hacked… Continue reading Full Bleed: Adam Milner

As The Fidget Spinner Turns: Hannah Epstein & Jenson Leonard

As the Fidget Spinner Turns is a two-person exhibition by neo-folk artist Hannah Epstein (AKA hanski) and meme artist/poet Jenson Leonard (Cory in the Abyss,) at Bunker Projects in Pittsburgh. Through mock sculpture, projection, and the traditional craft of rug hooking, both artists explore virtual and physical realities touching on subject matter ranging from Japanese Hentai… Continue reading As The Fidget Spinner Turns: Hannah Epstein & Jenson Leonard

Unidentified Pittsburgh

Unidentified Pittsburgh explores the Pittsburgh Photographic Library to find images that lack descriptive information (names, dates, locations, etc.). Through these unknown photographers’ lenses, an unfamiliar and surreal view of the city is revealed. "The Pittsburgh Photographic Library (PPL) is a collection of historic images documenting life in the Pittsburgh area. A project of the Allegheny… Continue reading Unidentified Pittsburgh