In a major reimagining of its postwar and contemporary galleries, Carnegie Museum of Art teases out art’s unique ability to link past and present.
Pre-Mad Men, Andy Warhol took Madison Avenue by storm with his unconventional and wildly successful illustrations for mass-market advertising, setting the stage for his rise as Pop pioneer.
The longtime curator reflects on 27 years of artful collaboration—and winning sports teams.
Part of Andy Warhol’s Pop-art genius is rooted in his boyhood fascination with movie stars, the springboard for a lifelong infatuation with fame and celebrity culture.
These art collectors get great satisfaction building their collections—and giving them away.
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.