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CSA PGH artists at Small Mall

CDCP's new concept store, Small Mall, is now open in Upper Lawrenceville! We're showcasing art and design objects from some of the region's most talented makers, including many past CSA PGH artists. We have a wide array of pieces available, from prints and paintings to ceramics and jewelry.

Stop by and check out the latest venture in CDCP's programming, and while you're at it take a look at the CSA artists that are showing work at Small Mall:

Kevin Clancy, CSA PGH '17
Sarika Goulatia, CSA PGH '17
Seth Ledonne, CSA PGH '17
John Peña, CSA PGH '17
Lizzee Solomon, CSA PGH '15
Reiko Yamamoto, CSA PGH '15
Jennifer Meridian, CSA PGH '14
David Montano, CSA PGH '14
Barbara Weissberger, CSA PGH '14
David Bernabo, CSA PGH '13

CSA PGH Artist Spotilight: Lenka Clayton and David Bernabo

David Bernabo

We are very excited about CSA PGH 2013 artist David Bernabo's many upcoming events throughout Pittsburgh. Click here to see all the many places Bernabo will be showcasing his work in music and film.

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David Bernabo is a filmmaker, musician, dancer, visual artist, and writer. For the 2013 CSA Series, Bernabo created a lathe cut record, which contained a piece of spoken word and sung text, percussion, and electronics. He curates and produces work for the Ongoing Box imprint and co-curates the Lightlab Performance Series with slowdanger.

Lenka Clayton

Lenka Clayton's piece Qaeda, quality, question, quickly, quickly, quiet was a part of our current exhibit Mingle/Mangle, which is closing this weekend. Come join us for our Closing Event this Saturday February 24 at 1pm and get a chance to see and hear Clayton's piece. Our gallery will also be open Friday, February 23 from noon-7pm if you would like to check it out then.

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Lenka Clayton is an artist and founder of An Artist Residency in Motherhood. Her interdisciplinary work considers, exaggerates, and alters the accepted rules of everyday life, extending the familiar into the realms of the poetic and absurd. For the 2013 CSA Series, Clayton deconstructed a shirt owned by Andy Warhol. The 57 pieces were packaged and archived for each 2013 CSA shareholder. Every person received a small box including a portion of the shirt, a certificate of authenticity and a small needle and thread if the group desired to sew the shirt back together.