Supporting Warhol’s Time Capsule project

Remember Andy Warhol’s “Time Capsules?” This serial work, spanning a thirty-year period from the early 1960s to the late 1980s, consists of 610 standard sized cardboard boxes, which Warhol, beginning in 1974, filled, sealed and sent to storage. Warhol used these boxes to manage a bewildering quantity of material that routinely passed through his life. … read more… “Supporting Warhol’s Time Capsule project”

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Piet in Pitt

If you’ve never been to the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, you probably haven’t seen many of the Piet Mondrian paintings on view at the Andy Warhol Museum this summer. A leader in abstract painting of the twentieth century, Mondrian (1872 -1944), was best known for Neo-Plasticism, which he explained as the absolute harmony of straight … read more… “Piet in Pitt”

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Mysteries of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is overflowing with non-profit galleries. Due to the availability of generous funding from the Carnegies, Mellons and other industrial barons, these galleries don’t need to sell the art to make a buck. I’m not sure that’s a good thing for the local starving artists, but it explains why Pittsburgh is awash in digital media … read more… “Mysteries of Pittsburgh”

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