Kathryn Findlay is best known for houses that use volume and materials in unorthodox ways. For this villa in Qatar, she designed a monolithic concrete structure hollowed out by a succession of cave-like rooms. The model is made to show quadrants and horizontal layers in sections so that the interior can be examined in multiple ways.
Did you know that the museum’s teeniest, tiniest rooms are tucked between two of the biggest? See the amber glow emanating from the dark portal behind the gothic cathedral? Let’s check it out!
What does it take to rescue a painting damaged by fire? Watch our video and learn about everything that went into the restoration of Sir Joshua Reynolds’s portrait.
During the 18th century, artists found inspiration in the art and culture of Ancient Greece and Rome, sparked by archeological discoveries at Pompeii and Herculaneum. Enjoy this Tour Tuesday feature, and then come see the gallery in person!
Explore works An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain, on view at the museum now! The show features seven distinct series from Lê’s career, including Small Wars, the focus of this post.
For today’s Tour Tuesday we’re taking you behind the scenes with our Paintings Conservator, Ellen Baxter, as she restores
Take a video tour of David Roentgen’s Medals Cabinet as our Alan G. and Jane A. Lehman Curator of Decorative Arts and Design, Rachel Delphia, unlocks its secrets.
Take a video tour through our peaceful Sculpture Court, guided by Hannah Turpin, CMOA’s Curatorial Assistant for Modern and Contemporary Art and Photography.
Have a seat and enjoy a digital tour of our iconic Bruce Chair Wall, guided by Rachel Delphia, our Alan G. and Jane A. Lehman Curator of Decorative Arts and Design.
Pittsburgh-born artist Duane Michals leads an intimate tour of his eclectic personal collection of artworks.