Silver Eye will celebrate its grand (re)opening and move to the Penn Avenue Arts District in the Bloomfield-Garfield neighborhood with an exhibition that explores and celebrates the history, current moment, and future of photography in Pittsburgh.
Join us for a launch party for the 2017 Silver Eye Editions, featuring a talk with David Oresick, Silver Eye Executive Director, and Sue Abramson, photographer and 2017 Editions artist.
Silver Eye is proud to present a solo exhibition held at two separate locations by LaToya Ruby Frazier at Silver Eye's Penn Avenue gallery and at the August Wilson Center’s main galleries. Frazier will exhibit a large selection of new works, which offer an incisive exploration of the legacy of racism, the working class, and economic decline in America’s small towns, as embodied by her hometown of Braddock, Pennsylvania.
The 2018 Benefit Auction features an extraordinary selection of vintage and contemporary work representing a long list of illustrious talent -- from revered masters and prominent mid-career photographers to an exceptional group of young, emerging artists.
Fellowship 18 features solo exhibitions from our International Award and Keystone Award winners, selected from an open call for entries. Now in its 18th year, this competition recognizes both rising talent and established photographers from all corners of the globe and from the state of Pennsylvania.
Join us for a panel discussion exploring Silver Eye's current exhibition, Past Present Future, and issues facing Pittsburgh photographers and photography today.
Join us for an opening reception of Past Present Future: Western Pennsylvania's People and Places and a celebration of Silver Eye's new gallery in the Penn Avenue Arts District on Friday, July 7, 2017 from 6:00 - 10:00 pm. This event takes place during the Penn Avenue Arts Initiative's Unblurred monthly gallery crawl.
Silver Eye invites you to celebrate our move to the Penn Avenue Arts District in the Bloomfield-Garfield neighborhood with a (re)Opening Celebration, and the opening of Past Present Future: Western Pennsylvania’s People and Places, which explores the history, current moment, and future of photography in Pittsburgh.