Faculty Scott Andrew, Kim Beck, Jamie Gruszka, Kristen Letts Kovak, and Angela Washko are among the 87 Pittsburgh artists in a new exhibition at Space.
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“Print in the Post-Print” points to ways technological innovations have expanded the ontology of printmaking.
While in Houston, Kim Beck also was a visiting artist and speaker at the University of Houston School of Art.
“Artists Who Teach” brings together professors and instructors from colleges and universities across southwestern Pennsylvania.
Professor Kim Beck’s lecture will cover her work and its relationship to the tradition of American landscape painting and photography. I
Featuring ten contemporary artists and artist collaborations, “You, if no one else,” looks at the ways in which artists record, reflect, contribute to, rail against, and engage with politics and civic life.
The artists in this exhibition explore the ways in which printed signage in its various forms reflects the values of a consumerist society, physically dominating the built environment, conferring authenticity and authority, codifying desirability, and blurring the lines between the economic and the political.
For “Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967-2017,” Professor Kim Beck was commissioned to do a skywriting project, which is presented on 10 billboards around Buffalo, as well as in a series of light boxes at UB Art Gallery.
Kim Beck is an artist whose work includes drawing, print, installation and sculpture. She grew up in Colorado and now lives in Pittsburgh where she is an Associate Professor in the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. Her work has been shown widely, including at the Walker Art Center, Carnegie Museum of Art, Smack… Read more »
There are chapters on individual Professors Kim Beck, John Carson, Jamie Gruzska, Kristen Letts Kovak, Lenka Clayton, Caroline Record. In addition, the book includes artworks by professors James Duesing, Clayton Merrell, Jon Rubin, Susanne Slavick, Scott Andrew, Peter Mandradjieff, and Christopher McGinnis.