Exposures: Artist Talk

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"Exposures" artist Zhiwan Cheung discusses his installation "Hanging Fruit" with Jessica Beck, The Warhol’s associate curator of art. In relation to his recent work, Cheung discusses how working in Pittsburgh has shaped his practice and where he hopes to take his work in the future. Cheung also shows a sequence of films from his graduate work at Carnegie Mellon University and installation photographs of his senior thesis The Impossibility of Home, exhibited at the CMU’s Miller Gallery in spring 2016 in the exhibition "Self Driving Car." "Hanging Fruit" is on view in The Warhol Store’s street-facing through August 14, 2016.

The "Exposures" installation series gives emerging artists a chance to showcase thier work in a broad, public arena—The Warhol Store and its street-facing windows—in a way similar to how a young Andy Warhol launched his career.

This program is free and presented in recognition of Art Museum Day.
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By: The Andy Warhol Museum

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