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His work is represented in collections, including the Carnegie Museum of Art, Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, University of Alaska Museum of the North, Polaroid Corporation, Howard Heinz Endowment and more.
This is the Miller Gallery's second opportunity to participate in the Biennial, a collaborative city-wide project presented in part by the gallery and the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts in partnership with the Andy Warhol Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Mattress Factory, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's SPACE Gallery, Pittsburgh Filmmakers and the Pittsburgh Glass Center.
Isupov has a long international resume with work in numerous collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, de Young Museum, San Francisco, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and many other American and European museums.
This lavish volume is published in conjunction with an eponymous exhibition organized by Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, and The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City.
Louise Lippincott, the Carnegie Museum of Art Curator, worked closely with Harris in the last years of his life.
His 80,000 negatives are now owned by the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.
The best places for viewing the works of a young generation of London-based architects may be the city's canals, judging from the exhibition Gritty Brits, currently showing at the Heinz Architectural Center at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art.
Among them, The Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History and contemporary gallery The Mattress Factory will absorb you for hours.