Hepner Artwork at Carnegie Museum
Lori Hepner, assistant professor of integrative arts, has two large photo installation pieces in the 97th Annual Exhibition of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. The show is at the Carnegic Museaum of Art in Pittsburgh until January 21, 2008 (http://www.cmoa.org/exhibitions/exhibit.asp#97th).
One of the two pieces, "Nebulous: Spasm: I," is the winner of the Leon A. Arkus Memorial Award. The work, shown below and to the left in a photograph by Hepner, consists of 12 separately framed prints, spanning an area 100 X 90".
The second, above and to the right and also photographed by Hepner, is called "Fallacious: Effigies." Its 12 separately framed pieces cover 140 X 42".
Hepner will be a featured speaker on December 2, 2007 at the Heinz Galleries in the Carnegie. She will be addressing her "work and artworks in the related historical exhibition, the Popular Salon of the People" (http://www.cmoa.org/programs/exh.asp#gallerytalks).