Tracking the Art Traf

By Post-Gazette art critic Mary Thomas | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA), June 11, 2015 | Go to article overview

Tracking the Art Traf


Post-Gazette art critic Mary Thomas, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)


Following is a guide to art exhibitions and installations at the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival. Exhibits are open noon to 8 p.m. daily unless otherwise noted.

Artist Market

More than 350 artists selling original, handmade, fine art and crafts, Gateway Center and Point State Park. Artists turnover several times during the festival with new arrivals Friday and Saturday.

"Juried Visual Art Exhibition"

Forty-one works by 31 artists selected by juror Astria Suparak, an artist and independent curator who was director and curator of Miller Gallery, CMU, from 2008 to 2014. Trust Arts Education Center, 805-807 Liberty Ave.

"7B:1"

Photographer Anthony Musmanno was commissioned by pharmaceutical company Mylan, Inc., to create portraits of people in impoverished parts of the world. Trust Arts Education Center.

"Baby: Corps of Re-Discovery"

Artist Michael Arcega re-presents history and its outcome by tweaking the Lewis and Clark expedition. He traveled some of the waterways they navigated, but in a Pacific outrigger canoe (Baby), ending in Pittsburgh. The pro-ject mingles cultures and looks eastward in a gesture of de-colonization. Point State Park, Overlook (noon to 9 p.m.).

"Confluence"

Artist Fernando Orellana memorializes the deaths of Native Americans from disease and war as Europeans began to spread across the New World. Point State Park, Portal Bridge (noon to 9 p.m.)

"Black Rock Negative Energy Absorber"

A magical sculpture that expunges negative energy from visitors and the environment, clearing the way for a more expansive life. Point State Park (noon to 9 p.m.).

"Lost & Found Factory"

Project originator M. …

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