Gordon Parks, Emerging Man, Harlem, NY (detail), 1952, Carnegie Museum of Art, Purchase, The William T. Hillman Fund for Photography, Courtesy of and copyright The Gordon Parks Foundation
JULY 22–DEC 31
Featuring 20 artists from each collection, this unique exhibition takes a broad look at America, mapping artists' responses to our democracy, the economic conditions of life in our country, institutional prejudice, and their collective effect on our sociopolitical landscape.
Through JAN 7
OCT 13–JAN 14
Artist Farhad Moshiri, whose cross-cultural references bridge the gap between Iran and the West, debuts his first solo museum exhibition at The Warhol. Many of the works are on view in the United States for the first time.
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Don't miss a bigger, bolder, better Star Wars experience at Carnegie Science Center's new Rangos Giant Cinema, the most technologically advanced movie theater in the region. May the Force be with you!
Photo: Claire Dorn
Iranian post-Pop sensation Farhad Moshiri brings his wide-eyed view of the world to The Warhol.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History confronts the fragile interconnectedness of humans and nature.
Bradford Young takes Teenie Harris’ Pittsburgh as his subject, hoping to “crack the code” of the master documentarian.
The Carnegie Science Center Fab Lab team designs a program tailored specifically to include kids who are blind and visually impaired.
Things to Do
Get up close and personal with amazing celestial objects at the Science Center's Henry Buhl, Jr. Planetarium & Observatory.
Live Music at The Warhol
Artists and bands from around the world who blur genres of contemporary independent music.
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