Upcoming event: Miss Dingo "Nice, but Mean" Gallery Talk: Thursday, March 19th, 6:30-8PM Join us for the artist's talk and celebration of the extraordinary works on view during the last week of the show. Don't miss it. This event is FREE and local bites and craft beers will be provided!
5262 Butler Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15201 (in Lawrenceville!)
Tel: 412-735-3201 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Revision Space produces an energetic program of curated solo and small group exhibitions throughout the year and maintains a diverse roster of emerging and mid-career contemporary artists. One of the gallery’s primary goals is to connect artists with a broad range collectors in Pittsburgh, and to nourish the city's art scene.
Artists represented are local, national and international, and the gallery produces full-color catalogs to accompany solo exhibitions. In this way, the artist and curator have a tangible and lasting record of the collaboration, and visitors have the ability to take home a publication to revisit the works and learn more about the artist.
The gallery program is evolving, while the core remains about building and maintaining trust and respect, as well as excitement and energy. The owner actively seeks out fresh talent for curated exhibitions and welcomes events at Revision Space, Pittsburgh's new and already highly popular art gallery in the thriving neighborhood of Lawrenceville.
About the Owner
revisionspace.com has been the web presence of Cindy Lisica for over a decade and has served as a platform to expose her work as a curator, archivist and professor in Europe, Asia and the USA. She has published widely on contemporary and international art and held professional positions in commercial galleries in L.A. and Paris, and in museums such as the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, London's Tate Britain, and The Warhol in Pittsburgh. Today, 'Revision Space' is an actual space in her hometown of Pittsburgh.
Cindy Lisica (self-portrait at The Mattress Factory, installation by Yayoi Kusama)