Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Jiyon Hong at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts through July 23.


Ten-Year Lapse, via Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.

Korean artist Jiyon Hong's work will be on display at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts through July 23, as one of nine current solo and collaborative exhibitions. A summary of "Grid, Pall-mall & Stepping Stones":
Presenting works that map the City of Pittsburgh though her experience as a new comer, this exhibit comparing geographical and memory maps of her walks in her new hometown. Through her abstracted expression of Pittsburgh’s “placeness,” a shared sense of the city emerges. The show will include installation piece as well as paintings and sculptures based on elements she found in the City of Pittsburgh.
More information is available at Hong's official website. The gallery is located at 6300 Fifth Ave. in Shadyside (map). It is open from 12:00 to 4:00 pm on Sundays, closed on Mondays, and open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm the rest of the week.

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