Wood Street Galleries

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Wood Street Galleries, a visual arts project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, is a contemporary art gallery located in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, above the Wood Street subway stop. Opened in 1993, this two-level venue exhibits artwork by international artists working in all disciplines, especially new media. The gallery is curated by Murray Horne, visual arts programming, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.

Past exhibitions have included artwork by Jim Campbell, Nam June Paik, Cory Arcangel, and Erwin Redl.

Sister galleries include SPACE and 707 Penn, also in Cultural District, Pittsburgh.

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Media related to Wood Street Galleries at Wikimedia Commons

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