Rebellious Nature, a New Store and Art Gallery in Pittsburgh, Invites All G20 Leaders to View Photo Exhibit of Pittsburgh's Working Class Neighborhoods

New Exhibit Offers Behind-the-Scenes Look at How Economic Policies Have Impacted Nearly 20 Working Class Communities in Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh, PA, September 11, 2009 --( Rebellious Nature, a new East End art gallery and specialty store, will host a photo exhibit during the month of September that showcases the impact of post-steel development efforts in Pittsburgh currently being touted by the government and media. The exhibit opened to the public on September 4th and features a look inside nearly 20 working-class neighborhoods in and around Pittsburgh.

“These neighborhoods won’t receive much attention during the G20 Conference,” says Rebellious Nature owner Bill Brocco. “We wanted to create a space for everyone to take a closer look at our communities and see where working class residents are living and enjoying the fruits of government policies.”

The photos in the exhibit were all taken during August 2009 by the owners of Rebellious Nature and a friend.

About Rebellious Nature

Rebellious Nature is a new radical t-shirt and fair-trade gift shop and art gallery, featuring organic political t-shirts by Pittsburgh designers, fair-trade clothing and accessories, recycled products, and the work of local artists. It is located at 104 N. Graham Street on the corner of Penn Ave and N. Graham Street. For more information, call 412.576.1883.

Bill Brocco
Rebellious Nature

AnarchTee Design & Screenprinting LLC. dba Rebellious Nature
Bill Brocco