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The Pittsburgh Biennial started at the Center for the Arts as a way to celebrate artists in the region. 20 years later it continues to grow in scope and location, becoming the largest survey of regional contemporary art in Western Pennsylvania. As a platform for established and emerging artists, the Pittsburgh Biennial speaks to the rich texture of our city and its increasing momentum as a dynamic incubator and catalyst for artists.

With opening events throughout the summer and fall, the 2014 partner venues are The Andy Warhol Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art, Mattress Factory, The Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh Glass Center, Pittsburgh Filmmakers, and SPACE gallery.