SEEKING A METAPHYSICAL connection between the age-old subjects of Lint and Death?
You might well find it in the current exhibit at be Galleries in Lawrenceville — Lint Sculptures by Cheryl Capezzuti and More Momento Mori by Mary M. Mazziotti.
Capezzuti employs dryer lint embedded with assorted everyday detritus to create archeological representations of extraordinary creatures — some human, some something else. Mazziotti’s textiles emphasize life’s ephemerality using the memento mori technique with roots extending to ancient Greece and Egypt.
— THROUGH Feb. 5, 2022 at be Galleries, 3583 Butler St., Pittsburgh. (412) 687-2606.
Andy Warhol Museum. To Feb. 14: Marisol and Warhol Take New York! features 1960s Pop Art collaborations by French-Venezuelan Marisol Sol Escobar and Andy Warhol. 117 Sandusky St. Pittsburgh. (412) 237-8300.
Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. To Feb. 22: Dynamic Duos: Collaborative Works by AAP & CCS Artists. 100 43rd St. Pittsburgh. (412) 361-1370.
August Wilson African American Cultural Center. To Jan. 31: Jessica Gaynelle Moss: the Black box test and Derrick Adams: Sanctuary; to Mar. 31: Danny Simmons: Selected Works. 980 Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 339-1011.
BoxHeart Gallery. To Jan. 22: From the Lifeboat (painter Brianna Martray) and Pull (painter Carolyn Wenning). 4523 Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 687-8858.
Brew House Association. To Mar. 12: Progeny of Change: Contemporary Art by Pittsburgh’s Women of Color. 20 artists featured in a 40th anniversary show presented by Women of Visions, Inc. 711 South 21st St. Pittsburgh. (412) 212-6650.
Carlow University Art Gallery. To Feb. 22: Love is Colorful: A K-8 Project (painter Sarah Zeffiro). University Commons, 2nd floor, 3333 Fifth Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 578-6000.
Carnegie Museum of Art, 4400 Forbes Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 622-3131.
- To Jan. 9: Wild Life: Elizabeth Murray & Jessi Reaves
- To Jan. 17: The Fabricated Landscape
- To Feb. 6: Sara Greenberger Rafferty
- To Mar. 6: Sharif Bey: Excavations
- To Mar. 27: Locally Sourced. New work by some of the region’s most talented artists and makers of functional goods and furnishings.
Christine Frechard Gallery. To Feb. 19: Dialogue (painters David Sears, Judy Melvin, Raphael Eisenberg, Yang Cai). 5126 Butler St. Pittsburgh. (412) 407-9319.
Contemporary Craft. To Mar. 19: Food Justice: Growing a Healthier Community through Art features objects and installations using clay, ceramics, plants, sculpture, collage from Gavin Benjamin/Jason Forck, George Bowes, Joan Goswell, Holly Hanessian/Michael Diaz, Stephanie Herr, Amos Kennedy, Jr., Anna Metcalfe, Jeff Schmucki/Wendy DesChene, Patty Kennedy Zafred, Xena Ni/Mollie Ruskin. To Apr. 4: Cities of Steel Cities of Rust, works by Allegheny Metals Collective and Baltimore Jewelry Center Peer Group. 5645 Butler St. Pittsburgh. (412) 261-7003. (At CC’s BNY Mellon Satellite Gallery, 500 Grant St. Pittsburgh) To Apr. 4: American Portraits: The Family Farm by fiber artist Patty Kennedy-Zafred.
Fiberarts Guild of Pittsburgh. Jan. 18 (11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.): Lecture with Nigerian-Australian sculptor/fiber artist Nnenna Okore. P.O. Box 9211, Pittsburgh PA 15224. email@example.com.
The Frick Art Museum. To Jan. 30: Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement with works by Ford Madox Brown, Edward Burne-Jones, William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, William Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Elizabeth Siddall. 7227 Reynolds St. Pittsburgh. (412) 371-0600.
Ketchup City Creative. Jan. 7-9: PGH Off the Wall exhibit, print sale (Don Henderson, Evan Mulgrave, Heather Brown, Ben Brady, Sootz Photo, Jaime Bird). 612 Main St. Sharpsburg. (412) 593-4386.
Latrobe Art Center. To Jan. 31: Fall/Winter 2021 Group Exhibition (Select Works). 819 Ligonier St. Latrobe. (724) 537-7011.
Lohr Gallery. To Jan. 22: All Unsaved Changes Will Be Lost (painter/photographer Centa Schumacher). 725 Wood St. Wilkinsburg. (412) 727-7855.
Manos Gallery. To Jan. 31: New Beginnings features paintings by 25 artists. Open House, Jan. 20, 5-8 p.m. 320 E. 5th Ave. Tarentum. (484) 529-1597.
Mattress Factory. Current: Installations by Njaimah Njie (Did You Get Everything?), Naomi Chambers (Black Community Survival Conference Tea Party Ice Cream Social Moonlit Cinema), Gavin Benjamin (Living in Eden), Justin Emmanuel Dumas (Good/Bones), Harrison Kinnane Smith (Sed Valorem), Dennis Maher (A Second Home). 516 Sampsonia Way, Pittsburgh. (412) 231-3169.
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. To Feb. 25: Tales from Craig Street (ceramacist Darrin Simmons). 1047 Shady Avenue, Pittsburgh. (412) 361-0873.
Pittsburgh Glass Center. To Jan. 18: Gathered Locally – 20th Anniversary Celebratory Exhibition features 70+ pieces by Pittsburgh glass artists. 5472 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 365-2145.
Silver Eye Center For Photography. To Feb. 19: Radial Survey, Vol. 2 with Ryan Arthurs,Nakeya Brown, Anique Jordan, Njaimeh Njie, Jay Simple, Raymond Thompson Jr., Hannah Altman, Nadiya I. Nacorda. 4808 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 431-1810.
SPACE. To Feb. 27: FRILLS: Glories, Excess, and Getting Weird with works by Andrew Allison, Anna Azizzy, Anny Chen, Crystal Latimer, Dyvika Peel, Imin Yeh, Nakeya Brown, Naomi Chambers, Saige Baxter, Sidney Mullis. 812 Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 325-7723.
Spinning Plate Gallery. Jan. 22 Opening (6-9 p.m.): MIND, BODY, & MIRRORS: reflections of my not so secret self (painter Giovanna Ferrari). 5821 Baum Blvd. Pittsburgh. (412) 592-6418.
Vestige Concept Gallery. To Feb. 12: Like Clockwork. Painting, collage, wood assemblage, charcoal, ceramics by 10 artists. 5417 Butler St. Pittsburgh. (412) 532-8969.
Zynka Gallery. To Feb. 27: Fire in Your Heart (painter Karl Mullen); Artist Reception Jan. 15 (6-9 p.m.) with Karl Mullen performing acoustic songs set to his paintings. 904 Main St. Sharpsburg. (412) 952-7370.