Carnegie Museum of Art mines its significant holdings from 1750–1850, revealing artists’ visions of a Western world caught between rational order and chaotic abandon.
John Kane helped build industrial Pittsburgh. Then, as a complete unknown, his work was accepted into the 1927 Carnegie International, making him the first self-taught artist to be recognized by the American art establishment. His muse: his adopted city.
A partnership between The Warhol and Highmark Caring Place gives grieving kids a chance to make new memories to last a lifetime.
For decades, Pittsburgh sculptor Thaddeus Mosley has been circling the wood to find the art within. And this year, a dream of sorts comes true as he joins the ranks of artists he’s always admired as part of the 2018 Carnegie International.
How one Pittsburgh-based artist formed a creative community to bring light to the vacant spaces in Homewood.
An immersive theater production featuring actors, scientists, and the expanse of Carnegie Museums’ historic Oakland building, Bricolage’s DODO set a whole new standard.
Once a year, curator Ingrid Schaffner delivers a lecture titled What Is Contemporary? She begins with a declaration: “I will never answer this, so come back next year.” Then she wrestles with the ever-evolving answer for the next 90 minutes. When Schaffner was named curator of the 2018 Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art’s signature … Continued
Artist Ian Cheng uses the language of video games to create animated worlds that challenge our senses and emotions.
Artist and Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Bradford Young takes Teenie Harris’ Pittsburgh as his subject, hoping to “crack the code” of the master documentarian.