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What are you doing tomorrow night? How about heading over to the Warhol for another installment of the Music on the Edge series featuring clarinetist Jean Kopperud and percussionist Tom Kolor.
They’ll be performing “a concert of five premieres billed as Rated X II.The program will include Louis Karchin’s Evocations, John Aylward’s Twin Suspension, Mathew Rosenblum’s Throat, and Jeff Stadelman’s wills & wonts, and Yiorgos Vassilandonakis’ X-asti.”
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Get out your PJs, it’s a pajama party at The Warhol this Saturday night, when Playboy comes to Pittsburgh. In collaboration with Playboy’s year-long 50th anniversary celebration of the first Playboy Club in Chicago in 1960, The Warhol presents Playboy Redux: Contemporary Artists Interpret the Iconic Playboy Bunny. Contemporary and street artists were asked to create a new look for the iconic bunny image. The installation officially opens to the public on Sunday and runs through June 20th.
Artists in the exhibition include: Scott Anderson, Gary Baseman, Tim Biskup, Shag, Zoe Charlton, Ain Cocke, Brian Ewing, Brendan Fernandes, Jeremy Fish, Moyna Flannigan, Latoya Ruby Frazier, Chitra Ganesh, Ludovica Gioscia, Jeremy Kost, Frank Kozik, Simone Leigh, Kalup Linzy, Tara McPherson, Hiroki Otsuka, Seth Scriver, Andrew Schoultz, SEEN, Vadis Turner, Saya Woolfalk and O Zhang.
Time: 8:00 pm – 11:45 pm
Cost: Tickets – $35 with Film & Talk; $20 adults, $15 CMP Members and students
8 pm – 10 pm : Andy Warhol’s Fight with Brigid Berlin, Charles Rydell & Vincent Fremont in person ($35 ticket)
9 pm – 12 am : Meet and greet with Playboy Bunnies Laurie Fetter and Lindsey Vuolo, and music by Pittsburgh’s own, DJ Zombo. Lite bites, complimentary beer and full cash bar ($20 ticket)
Other installations include:
-Bunny Yeager: The Legendary Queen of the Pin-Up
-Maimed in Mexico: The Early Car Crash Photographs of Enrique Metinides
-I Just Want to Watch: Warhol’s Film, Video and Television
All the other details you may need are HERE!
And remember…Pajamas are encouraged! I have a feeling we may end up at the Warhol Saturday!
Finally. The much anticipated Shepard Fairey exhibition is opening at the Warhol tomorrow night. Being one of my favorite artists, I’ve been waiting for this show since I first heard it announced a good while back. Featuring over 20 years of the Fairey’s work in various media (illustrations, screen prints, collages, works of wood, metal and canvas) this all encompassing exhibition is definitely not to be missed. Continue reading