Lot 91
Pamela Z. Bryan

Miner’s Dressing Room with Air Filters, Tarentum, Pennsylvania

1985
Chromogenic print
16 × 12 inches
Signed on recto
Edition 2 of 20
Donated by Vicky A. Clark
$300–500

In her work, Pamela Z. Bryan seeks to express her admiration for the beauty and power of the steel mills and industry that lined Pittsburgh's rivers, which for her were like the châteaux in the Loire Valley of France. Bryan was born in New York City and moved to Pittsburgh in 1977. Bryan's photographs are included in the corporate collections of Papercraft, Westinghouse, Deloitte & Touche, Massachusetts Mutual Insurance Company, Titus & McConomy, as well as in the permanent collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art.

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