Exhibitions

Three prints hang side by side. From left to right: a pastel person-like shape next to the Mona Lisa and the American flag; various dark handprints that overlap; and a coffee can holding paintbrushes.

Oct 12 2019 Jan 20 2020

  • Exhibition
  • Heinz Galleries

An Art of Changes: Jasper Johns Prints, 1960–2018

Widely considered one of America’s most influential artists, Jasper Johns is an icon of the contemporary American canon. When his paintings of flags and targets debuted in 1958, they established him as a critical link between Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art.

A close up photo of two webbed feet from a sculpture of a frog.

Sep 20 2019 Jan 26 2020

  • Exhibition
  • Forum Gallery

Margaret Honda

The 82nd installment of CMOA’s Forum series debuts a new sculpture commission by Los Angeles–based artist Margaret Honda. This enigmatic sculpture—based on a frog-like form in Bramantino’sMadonna delle Torri (1520)—is meticulously rendered in lifelike detail, prompting us to ponder our relationship to art and the world we make.

A vibrant green pickle on a plain white plate
  • Exhibition
  • Scaife Galleries

A Pittsburgh Anthology

A Pittsburgh Anthology celebrates stories of creative life in Pittsburgh as prompted by Carnegie Museum of Art’s collections across time and media. This dedicated gallery explores these stories, relayed by a multitude of voices from inside and outside the museum. Each story will unfold on printed cards displayed near the artworks, which will be free for the taking and create an interactive experience as visitors move through the gallery.

A woman sits on top of an old-fashioned car; a smoky cityscape and hills are behind her
  • Exhibition
  • Lobby Gallery

Iconic: The Photographs of Charles “Teenie” Harris

This exhibition of photographs by Charles “Teenie” Harris celebrates some of the Hill District native’s most iconic images of Pittsburgh. Photographs from past exhibitions spanning a number of themes, topics, and histories—including Hair (2013), Civil Rights (2015) and Jazz from the Hill (2018)—will be featured in this installment.

Gallery view with a jagged bronze sculpture in foreground, and an artwork made of a ring of doors joined together in background

Jun 22 2018 Nov 21 2021

  • Exhibition
  • Scaife Galleries

Crossroads: Carnegie Museum of Art’s Collection, 1945 to Now

Crossroads mines our collection for stories that resonate today by highlighting the critical role of the artist in everyday life.