Artists: Sue Abramson, A.W. Allison, Elijah Burgher, Julia Haft-Candell, Jovencio de la Paz, Joshua Challen Ice, Angie Jennings, Ulric Joseph, Eli Kessler, Jessica Labatte, Deanna Mance, Brent Nakamoto, Mikael Owunna, Paula Wilson
Organized and juried by: Miller ICA director, Elizabeth Chodos
The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh (AAP) is the oldest continuously-exhibiting visual artist membership group in the country. This year marks AAP's 109th annual exhibition with Transcendental Arrangements focusing on artistic practices that engage with ritual, magical, and supernatural qualities within everyday encounters, serendipitous connections, and ubiquitous symbols in our daily lives. For the first time, AAP’s annual exhibition will include a curated group of artists invited by the juror, who live and work outside of the region, putting local artists in conversation with national and international artists and a broader global discourse.
This exhibition is made possible with major support from The Andy Warhol Foundation, the College of Fine Arts, Regina and Marlin Miller, and other individual donors.
Image credit: Angie Jennings, Water Weeps in a Vail, 2018.