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Excavations of an Artist

Excavations of an Artist

Beltzhoover native and one-time museum “art kid” Sharif Bey returns to his childhood museums to mine the collections that helped shape his creative identity.

Marisol & Warhol, Reunited

Marisol & Warhol, Reunited

By placing Marisol’s work in dialogue with Andy Warhol’s, a new exhibition reclaims her influence as a leading figure of the Pop art movement.

Exploding the Domestic

Exploding the Domestic

Although artists Elizabeth Murray and Jessi Reaves are generations apart, a new exhibition highlights how each defies categorization, simultaneously elevating and upending the decorative, the body, and the home.

The Extraordinary in the Ordinary

The Extraordinary in the Ordinary

In a major reinstallation of its decorative arts and design galleries, Carnegie Museum of Art celebrates the evocative and the everyday.

Hope for a More Just World

Hope for a More Just World

A local educator reflects on his participation in Carnegie Museum of Art’s Empowered Educators Series, a forum that supports teachers in openly discussing race in the classroom.

Fantasy America

Fantasy America

In a new exhibition at The Warhol, five emerging artists reflect on contemporary American life.

Art, Friendship, and An Awakening

Art, Friendship, and An Awakening

Drawing from its collection, The Warhol makes the case that Andy Warhol’s brief but intense relationship with Jean-Michel Basquiat helped the aging artist connect to his political voice.