Exhibitions


Current

A print showing people on foot carrying heavy loads across a bridge.

Mar 31– Jul 22 2018

  • Exhibition
  • Carnegie Museum of Art, Gallery One

Hiroshige’s Tōkaidō Road

For the first time in 25 years, CMOA presents a complete set of 55 prints from the first (Hōeidō) edition of Hiroshige’s Fifty-Three Stations of the Tōkaidō. This series depicts the spectacular landscapes and fascinating characters encountered on the journey from Edo (now Tokyo) to the imperial capital of Kyoto.

Two women standing together

Mar 15– Jul 22 2018

  • Exhibition
  • Forum Gallery

Deana Lawson

The 80th entry in CMOA’s Forum contemporary art series presents a combination of photographs and appropriated-image installations by Brooklyn-based artist Deana Lawson.

Architectural drawing of a ring-shaped building, seen from above

Jun 9– Aug 19 2018

  • Exhibition
  • The Heinz Architectural Center

Growing the Collection: Architecture at CMOA

How do architects explore ideas? This exhibition features drawings, models, and photographs acquired by The Heinz Architectural Center within the past three years.

People standing on stairs leading into a church, with banner signs that read "National Organization for the Advancement of Colored People"

Jun 2– Sep 3 2018

  • Exhibition
  • Museum of Art Lobby

Teenie Harris Photographs: Around the Clock

For several prolific decades, Charles “Teenie” Harris was seemingly everywhere. Teenie Harris Photographs: Around The Clock collects 25 images that tell the stories of how one individual managed to document the complete experience of a community.

Close up of a man’s torso. His hand is positioned across his chest, and it holds a small red fish, a herring

Oct 7– Nov 1 2019

  • Exhibition
  • Scaife Galleries

Created, Collected, Conserved: The Life Stories of Paintings

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.