Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Responding Exhibit at Future Tenant Gallery Pittsburgh Pa


Curated by Anna Mikolay

Opening reception Friday April 16, 6-9pm

Exhibition runs April 16 - May 15

Rose Clancy
Vanessa German
Maria Mangano
David Montano
David Pohl

Gallery Hours:
Wednesday 12:30-6:00pm
Thursday 12:30-6:00pm
Friday 12:30-6:00pm
Saturday 12:30-6:00pm


Guest Curator Series Responding
April 16 – May 15, 2010
Opening Reception April16, 6-9pm
Pittsburgh, PA – April 2010
Curated by: Anna E. Mikolay

An exhibition of new works created by artists Rose Clancy, Vanessa
German, Maria Mangano, David Montano and David Pohl.

Have you ever had the experience of passing by a place where you are
drawn to it and then later find yourself thinking about it? Is it the
beauty, mystery, sadness and or history of it that causes you to
And if you had the opportunity to respond to this place what would you
do? How would you proceed?

Curator, Anna E. Mikolay asked five local artists these same questions
this past January. The exhibition, Responding, highlights the new
works created in response to these questions. Selected sites include
the block of an abandoned church, an urban intersection, a private
garden, a collapsed barn and a collection of postcards from the past.
Each artist responded differently to this challenge including creating
hidden shrines, photo documentations, sculptures, maps, dis-assembling
of materials and more.

Future Tenant
819 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA


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