Market Square Public Art

Projects are commissioned through the City of Pittsburgh’s Market Square Public Art Program by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership.  

The 2016 project is by Allard Van Hoorn.  Learn about past installations in the About the Artwork section above.




Press contact: Leigh White
Title: Vice President of Marketing and Communications at the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership
Cell: 412-606-9877
Sheryl Oring, I Wish to Say, 2017
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Jennifer Baron, "Have a message for President Trump? Artist Sheryl Oring will type it and send it for you," Next Pittsburgh, April 25, 2017
Elizabeth Behrman, "Volunteer 'secretaries' type out, mail letters, to Trump," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 29, 2017
David Highfield, "Unusual Art Display Brings '60s Secretaries With Typewriters to Pittsburgh," April 28, 2017
Amani Newton, "Short List: April 27 - May 3," Pittsburgh City Paper, April 26, 2017
Craig Taylor, "Write a Postcard to the President in Market Square," Pittsburgh Magazine, April 4, 2017
Pittsburgh Today Live interview with Sheryl Oring
Allard van Hoorn, Mix-N-Match, 2016
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Jon Andreassi, "Lifesize Jukebox Pops Up In Market Square," Point Park New Service, April 18, 2016
Barbara Klein, "Giant record player art installation takes over Market Square," Next Pittsburgh, March 19, 2016.
Michael Machosky, "Dutch artist's Market Square installation invites public to 'play,'" Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, March 18, 2016.
Diana Nelson Jones, "Interactive art exhibit to open Friday in Market Square, " Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 16, 2016.
Courtney Linder, "Art installation transforms Pittsburgh's Market Square into a living record player," Pittsburgh City Paper, March 16, 2016.
Nadine Wasserman, "Sound installation turns Market Square into a unique sort of record player," Pittsburgh City Paper, April 20, 2016
"Mix N' Match - LED Art Installation," March 26, 2016
"Wall-to-Wall Studios Designs Branding for 'Mix-N-Match' Public Art Installation," April 8, 2016
Pittsburgh Today Live interview with Allard van Hoorn 
Jennifer Wen Ma, A Winter Landscape Cradling Bits of Sparkle, 2015
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