Exposures: Artist Talk

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"Exposures" artists Elizabeth Rudnick and Jamie Earnest discuss their installations at The Warhol and their artistic practices with Jessica Beck, The Warhol’s assistant curator of art. Both Earnest and Rudnick studied at Carnegie Mellon University, and both share an interest in abstraction. The artists talk about their materials, approaches, and future projects as well as what it means to be an emerging artist in Pittsburgh today. Earnest’s "Exposures" installation "Private Spaces / Public Personas" is on view in The Warhol Store’s front-facing through May 1, 2016.

"Exposures" is a window display and artist product series in The Warhol Store. Honoring Warhol’s early career as a window dresser in Pittsburgh at Horne’s Department Store and in New York City at Bonwit Teller, the window displays are designed by local masters of fine arts students or recent graduates.

The artist talk is FREE and open to the public. More information: http://www.warhol.org/responsive/event.aspx?id=26891
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By: The Andy Warhol Museum

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