Sep 26– Apr 1 2018
A showcase of great design objects from around Pittsburgh, and the stories of innovation and industry behind them.
Sep 22– Jan 28 2018
Ian Cheng’s digital simulation works draw on his background in cognitive science and employ rudimentary forms of artificial intelligence. Coding these unpredictable animated worlds from the ground up, he uses the language of video games to probe complex themes such as evolution, human behavior, and the history of consciousness.
Carnegie Int’l, 57th ed., 2018 is already happening! Follow the programs, publications, research, and other goings-on that will culminate in an exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art from October 2018 to April 2019.
Jul 22– Dec 31 2017
Experience a dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society. Featuring 20 artists from each collection, 20/20 takes a broad look at America, mapping artists’ responses to our democracy, the economic conditions of life in our country, historical and contemporary forms of institutional prejudice, and their collective effect on our sociopolitical landscape.
Jun 17– Dec 31 2017
REkOGNIZE is a meditation on photography, memory, and movement by artist and cinematographer Bradford Young, featuring a score by Jason Moran. Young finds inspiration in Pittsburgh’s Hill District neighborhood, a site of the early 20th-century Great Migration.
Jul 29– Jan 28 2018
Teenie Harris Photographs: In Their Own Voice pairs 25 of Harris’s photographs with the voices of people who lived them. Drawing on a rare trove of oral histories, the exhibition creates a rich conversation on community and identity during the Civil Rights Movement in Pittsburgh.
Oct 14– May 6 2018
Through this eight-month investigation into our spectacular Hall of Architecture, we invite visitors to try augmented reality, 3D printing, creative interventions, and hands-on activities.
Now on view
Every painting at CMOA has a story. Created, Collected, Conserved follows seven of our paintings over thousands of miles, showing how extensive research and new technology can uncover fascinating stories.