Carnegie Museum of Art revives the colorful and complex story of a truly unconventional band of painters in post-WWII Europe.
Among the muses for Andy Warhol’s early silkscreens: Marilyn, Jackie, and the world’s most famous celebrity sitter.
In conversation with Carnegie Museum of Art’s chief preparator.
A member asks: At Carnegie Museum of Art, some of the walls are painted in beautiful colors that add something to the art. What is the process for choosing the paint?
Inside the Archives at The Andy Warhol Museum.
With a burst of color, geometry, and pattern play, Ruth Root’s innovative paintings invite close inspection.
Generations of Pittsburghers find inspiration at Carnegie Museum of Art’s legendary Saturday art classes, now in their 90th year.
The history and collections know-how of longtime Warhol archivist Matt Wrbican has already helped fill many books. Now the Pop Art archaeologist is filling his own book with an A-to-Z account of Warhol’s world.
At age 8, Mel Bochner spent Saturday mornings boarding the trolley near his East End home, handing the conductor 8 cents and then traveling alone to Carnegie Museum of Art. It was 1949, and Bochner was headed to his weekly Tam O’Shanter art class. There he met creative kids from all over Allegheny County, and … Continued
Whether using canvas, ceramics, or textiles, today’s contemporary artists are rethinking what else a painting can be.