LaToya Ruby Frazier Turns Her Lens on Family and Inequality in Industrial America

LaToya Ruby Frazier is one of seven artists featured in A Family Affair, USFCAM’s exhibition opening August 24. For over twelve years, she has created collaborative portraits, landscapes and still life photographs intertwined with the narrative of her family and community, as well as the daily challenges they face, in her hometown of Braddock, Pennsylvania. By documenting various […]

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USFCAM Intern Perspective: Rosenquist and Rauschenberg

As part of Museum at Work’s crowd-sourced exhibition, Selected, USFCAM will offer rare displays of James Rosenquist’s Mirage Morning (1975) and Robert Rauschenberg’s Tampa Clay Piece 5 (1972). Rosenquist’s works frequently incorporate references to mass media and though apparently simple on the surface, come off as surprisingly complicated and have greatly contributed to the development […]

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Warhol prints to be photographed Tuesday!

Christopher Makos, John Denver and Lt. Col. Henry John Deutschendorf, Sr. (John Denver’s father), undated. gelatin silver print. As part of Museum at Work, USFCAM will photograph seven recent donations by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Launched in commemoration of the Warhol Foundation’s twentieth anniversary, the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program donated […]

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CAM Wants You!

The final stage of our Museum at Work exhibition takes place from July 10 to 25. During that time, CAM will be presenting an exhibition of works from our collection, selected by you! We want to know how you would like to choose the artworks for this exhibition. Help us out by taking this short […]

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