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Frick Museum's 'Revive, Remix, Respond' exhibit explores tensions between past, present

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
| Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018, 1:52 p.m.
The Frick Pittsburgh in Point Breeze announces that “Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh” will be presented at the museum Feb. 17-May 27. This exhibition brings an exciting group of works by contemporary ceramic artists.
COURTESY THE FRICK PITTSBURGH
The Frick Pittsburgh in Point Breeze announces that “Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh” will be presented at the museum Feb. 17-May 27. This exhibition brings an exciting group of works by contemporary ceramic artists.
The Frick Pittsburgh in Point Breeze announces that “Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh” will be presented at the museum Feb. 17-May 27. This exhibition brings an exciting group of works by contemporary ceramic artists.
COURTESY THE FRICK PITTSBURGH
The Frick Pittsburgh in Point Breeze announces that “Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh” will be presented at the museum Feb. 17-May 27. This exhibition brings an exciting group of works by contemporary ceramic artists.
The Frick Pittsburgh in Point Breeze announces that “Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh” will be presented at the museum Feb. 17-May 27. This exhibition brings an exciting group of works by contemporary ceramic artists.
COURTESY THE FRICK PITTSBURGH
The Frick Pittsburgh in Point Breeze announces that “Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh” will be presented at the museum Feb. 17-May 27. This exhibition brings an exciting group of works by contemporary ceramic artists.
The Frick Pittsburgh in Point Breeze announces that “Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh” will be presented at the museum Feb. 17-May 27. This exhibition brings an exciting group of works by contemporary ceramic artists.
COURTESY THE FRICK PITTSBURGH
The Frick Pittsburgh in Point Breeze announces that “Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh” will be presented at the museum Feb. 17-May 27. This exhibition brings an exciting group of works by contemporary ceramic artists.

The Frick Pittsburgh in Point Breeze will present "Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh" from Feb. 17 to May 27.

Curated by associate curator of decorative arts Dawn Brean, the collection showcases artists who are breathing new life into the ceramic medium by reinvigorating age-old motifs, processes and techniques. Twenty artists w were invited to submit work that is inspired by, responds to, or relates to the Frick Pittsburgh's collection.

It is one of more than 80 exhibitions planned across the region to highlight the accomplishments of ceramic artists. It will be staged in the French period room at the museum and coincides with the 52nd annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts coming March 14 to 17 to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh.

There is a happy hour from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 16 to celebrate the exhibit's opening.

Admission is free.

Details: 412-371-0600 or thefrickpittsburgh.org

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-853-5062 or jharrop@tribweb.com or via Twitter @Jharrop_Trib.

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