Presepio in gallery

Nov 19 2022 Jan 16 2023

  • Exhibition
  • Scaife Galleries

Neapolitan Presepio

Since 1957, Carnegie Museum of Art has marked the holiday season with the Neapolitan presepio. A centuries-old tradition in Naples and southern Italy, the presepio is an elaborate nativity scene recreated with miniature figures arranged in a detailed panorama of 18th-century life in Naples.

A close-up of ornaments and lights on an evergreen tree.

Nov 19 2022 Jan 8 2023

  • Exhibition
  • Hall of Architecture

Carnegie Trees: Holiday Splendor

ince 1961, the annual installation and decoration of the Carnegie Trees has been the signature event of the Women’s Committee of Carnegie Museum of Art. Each year, the trees are decorated with ornaments handmade by the committee, celebrating a different theme ranging from Great Cities of History to Beloved Children’s Book Characters. The theme for 2022 is Holiday Splendor.

a painting of a woman's head in a field of flowers

May 28 – Jun 12, 2022

  • Exhibition
  • Hall of Sculpture

Future Vision: Women of Visions

Carnegie Museum of Art is thrilled and honored to co-present the culminating art exhibition of the Women of Visions’ 40th-anniversary series with Future Vision.

a man looks into the distance while handling a large vat of grease.

Apr 30 – Aug 7, 2022

  • Exhibition
  • Gallery One

Gordon Parks in Pittsburgh, 1944/1946

Through Gordon Parks’s photographs of Pittsburgh workers, this exhibition provides an insightful view of World War II–era America that still resounds today.

Mar 26 – Jul 24, 2022

  • Exhibition
  • The Heinz Architectural Center

Zoe Zenghelis: Fields, Fragments, Fictions

This solo exhibition celebrates Zoe Zenghelis’s work at the intersection of painting and spatial imagination. The painting survey, a first for Heinz Architectural Center, brings into dialogue her independent painting practice with the collaborative projects of the architectural firm, OMA, and the teaching methods that she developed as an art educator.