Two photography shows in Pittsburghgreenspun.com : LUSENET : Large format photography : One Thread
Two photography shows are currently running in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the Carnegie, one in the Museum of Art, the other in the Museum of Natural History (both in same building):
(1) "Dream Street," W. Eugene Smith's Pittsburgh Photographs," in the Museum of Art until February 10, 2002. More at
. Later, the show will travel to Int'l Center of Photography, NY (March 29-June 16), Center for Creative Photography, U. of Arizona, Tucson (July 13-September 29), Center for Documentary Studies at Duke U., Durham, NC (January 10-March 30, 2003).
(2) "Fall Colors across North America," Anthony E. Cook, in Museum of Natural History until January 6. More at
. Cook is the author of the photo-essay book Cook Forest: An Island in Time.
-- Nick Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 14, 2001
To supplement Nick's notice about photo events at the Carnegie Museums, visitors contemplating a trip for the above should also look at the following gallery's website:
Silver Eye Center for Photography 1015 East Carson St., South Side. 412.431.1810. www.silvereye.org.
Although small by comparison with the Carnegie, they have been able to draw some impressive exhibits to the area.
Another photographic gallery is the Melwood gallery at the Pittsburgh Filmmakers, near the Carnegie Museum (www.pghfilmmakers.org). Also, as memory serves, there is a photography exhibit at the Andy Warhol museum (www.warhol.org) running through 12/31/01.
-- Dave Erb (email@example.com), December 18, 2001.
In addition to Dave's post on all the good photographic stuff going on around Pittsburgh right now, let me restore the two web site addresses that seem to have fallen out of my original message:
Carnegie Museum of Art: www.cmoa.org Carnegie Museum of Natural History: www.cmhn.org
-- Nick Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 19, 2001.