New Order: Collage Now


  • Future Tenant 819 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA, 15222 United States
Detail of "The Street Collage" by Matthew Buccholz, 2016, collage animation.

Detail of "The Street Collage" by Matthew Buccholz, 2016, collage animation.

New Order: Collage Now features the work of eight artists whose work prominently features the medium of collage, each with a distinctive approach.  All of the artists in this exhibition are local to Pittsburgh, where old and new exist side by side in a landscape that boasts every kind of architecture, is varied by hills and valleys and rivers, and changes with all four seasons.  These artists are creating new meanings through juxtapositions, finding relationships and contrasts in the world around them to form fresh ideas. From Ron Copeland’s works made from reclaimed signs and found objects to the subtle collage elements within the drawings of artist Seth Clark, New Order: Collage Now brings together artists who approach this method of art-making in diverse and creative ways, with new, exciting and often unexpected results. 

New Order: Collage Now is on view from June 3rd to July 3rd, 2016, with an opening reception on June 3rd from 6:00-9:00pm. The exhibition and the opening reception are free and open to the public. Complimentary beverages will be served at the opening reception courtesy of Future Tenant's generous sponsor, Straub. 

Click here to download the full Press Release for New Order: Collage Now.

Press Coverage and Mentions to Date:

Nak You Out

Pittsburgh City Paper

Steeltown Anthem

Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's Three Rivers Arts Festival Guide

 


Click through the widget above to see a preview of artworks in this exhibition. In order: Mary Dorfner Hay, "Shift I" and "Shift II" from Dislocation, 2016, paper collage, Seth Clark, "Collapse XXXII", 2016, collage, Stephanie Armbruster, Untitled, 2016, mixed media collage.