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    Self Portraiture

    July–December 2015
    Triangle Park

    POP ART Presented by the Students of Pittsburgh CAPA

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    Why People Photograph

    July 10–August 9, 2015
    937 Liberty Ave

    Photo by Maria Akis

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    Why People Photograph

    July 10–August 9, 2015
    937 Liberty Ave

    Photo by Christianna Kreiss

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    Why People Photograph

    July 10–August 9, 2015
    937 Liberty Ave

    Photo by Thomas Wucherpfennig

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    Why People Photograph

    July 10–August 9, 2015
    937 Liberty Ave

    Photo by Aaron Regal

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    Why People Photograph

    July 10–August 9, 2015
    937 Liberty Ave

    Photo by Jake Reinhardt

Magenta POP Presents: A Special Two-Event Program for the Pittsburgh Gallery Crawl

A special thanks to our partners at Fairmont Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, The Heinz Endowments, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and PNC Bank for helping to produce the dynamic Magenta POP: Pittsburgh exhibition.

 

View photos of the installation

Opening Reception
Why People Photograph

10 July, 2015
6–10:00 PM

937 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Events

Why People Photograph

The Magenta Foundation invited Carnegie Mellon University and Pittsburgh Filmmakers photography faculty to assemble an exhibition representative of the work coming out of both institutions.

This group show represents students who are passionate about the medium and work in a non-traditional manner. Personal narratives, social documents, constructed still-lifes, abstractions, landscape, fashion and portraiture are all explored here, along with photographic books and gelatin/silver images.

We hope this work engages your curiosity and encourages you to seek out more from these talented new artists.

Participating Artists

  • Aaron Regal
  • Bob Olson
  • Christianna Kreiss
  • Denise Bell
  • Ethan Frier
  • Gwen Sadler
  • Hannah Kim
  • Jake Reinhart
  • Jason Friedman
  • Jennifer Sanchez
  • Joan Heineman
  • Joana Ricou
  • Maria Akis
  • Michael Novara
  • Nathan Treviño & Max Perim
  • Rubini Naidu
  • Sarah Keeling
  • Shelley Lipton
  • Steve Haines
  • Tejasvir Singh Rekhi
  • Thomas Preston
  • Thomas Wucherpfennig
  • Vincent Carr

DATES
July 10–August 9, 2015

LOCATION
937 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Self Portraiture

POP ART Presented by the Students of Pittsburgh CAPA

The Magenta Foundation is pleased to bring its third public outdoor art exhibition to Triangle Park. Here, the burgeoning talent of the latest art stars from Pittsburgh CAPA present their unique one-off pop art self-portraits.

The goal of this installation is to celebrate high school students and give them a platform for their creativity in a larger public venue, while inspiring all of us to celebrate artists at all stages of life.

Participating Students

We would like to thank these students from Pittsburgh CAPA for participating in the outdoor exhibition for Triangle Park.

  • Corinna Schandelmeier-Gilgunn
  • Roman Ables
  • Maya Bingham
  • Misael Siegert-Wilkinson
  • Ben Finnstrom
  • Eryn Oberst
  • Aleksei Kaminski
  • Monica Brown
  • Terry McCollum
  • Alli Pearl
  • Senque

 

DATES
July–December 2015

LOCATION
Triangle Park
Pittsburgh, PA 15222