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Past Exhibition Pittsburgh Biennial – Gertrude’s/LOT

September 17, 2011–January 8, 2012


Image credit:Jill Miller, The Milk Truck, 2011Public Art Performance. Illustrative rendering by Vicky Yuh Homepage banner image credit:Dulce Pinzon, MARIA LUISA ROMERO from the State of Puebla works in a Laundromat in Brooklyn New York She sends 150 dollars a week, 2005-2010

Once home to such cultural luminaries as Mary Cassatt, Willa Cather, Martha Graham, and Gertrude Stein, today’s Pittsburgh continues to produce and/or play home to some of the most talented women artists in this nation.

For the Pittsburgh Biennial 2011, The Warhol will assemble an exhibition dedicated to these great artists whose work aims at transgressing boundaries and engendering transformative change in an apparent nod to Stein and her important life’s work. Artists included in the show either currently live or work in Pittsburgh, or once spent a period of many years here. Works included will span all media and will aim to challenge and provoke the status quo.

The opening celebration on September 17, 2011 will feature live performances by Jill Miller, Amisha Gadani, Vanessa German, and T. Foley.

Visit the official Pittsburgh Biennial 2011 website to see all locations and installations included in this program.