Category Archives: Pittsburgh

2013 Oct. 10: first woman

  by bekezela mguni   Call me Eve I’ll split a pomegranate with you Share worlds unknown Only selfish gods would hide Insecure about their place in the sky I really want to know you. Beyond dusk, Before dawn Close … Continue reading

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2013 October 5: Carnegie opening

by Lerato Dumse  On Friday 4th of October 2013, Carnegie Museum of Art opened the biggest event in their annual calendar, 2013 Carnegie International. The place is situated in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States of America (USA). The exhibition features 35 different artists from … Continue reading

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