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An Art of Possibilities

An Art of Possibilities

A career survey by iconic American artist Jasper Johns traces shifts in subject, material, and mood as he revises key motifs over decades.

Warhol’s  Art Doctor

Warhol’s Art Doctor

For nearly two decades, Christine Daulton has cared for Andy Warhol’s artwork.

Thinking and Feeling Through Art

Thinking and Feeling Through Art

Art can bring just about any subject alive. Just ask the area teachers now working with Carnegie Museum of Art to find new ways to teach and inspire their students

Impressions of Urban Beauty

Impressions of Urban Beauty

How the haze of industry inspired Monet and his contemporaries—sometimes driving them back to the same subject, again and again.

Subverted Glamour

Subverted Glamour

Post-punk icon and multidisciplinary artist Kim Gordon explores Andy Warhol’s early artistic influence and what it means to be visible.

A Game-Changing Gift

A Game-Changing Gift

A glimpse at something new, novel, or rarely seen at Carnegie Museums.

CoBrA Rising

CoBrA Rising

Carnegie Museum of Art revives the colorful and complex story of a truly unconventional band of painters in post-WWII Europe.

When Warhol Met Mona

When Warhol Met Mona

Among the muses for Andy Warhol’s early silkscreens: Marilyn, Jackie, and the world’s most famous celebrity sitter.