Exhibitions

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

Dec 5 2019 Jan 6 2020

  • Exhibition
  • Hall of Architecture

Carnegie Trees and Neapolitan Presepio, 2019

Kick off the season with a visit to this popular holiday display, brought to you by the Carnegie Museum of Art Women’s Committee. This year, the Women’s Committee takes inspiration from favorite works in the collection for the trees’ decoration. See the Hall of Architecture filled with towering evergreens, each adorned with handcrafted ornaments from committee … Continued

Two people sit in a gallery, looking at a wall of ten colorful prints showing each numeral up to 10.

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 mannequin upper body wears a gray and green vest-like suit.

Jun 1 – Sep 8, 2019

  • Exhibition
  • Heinz Galleries

Access+Ability

Access+Ability highlights some of the extraordinary research and designs developed during the past decade with and by people who span a wide range of physical, cognitive, and sensory abilities. These objects represent the latest breakthroughs in accessibility design.

Waterloo Bridge Monet

May 25 – Sep 2, 2019

  • Exhibition
  • Gallery One

Monet and the Modern City

Monet and his contemporaries responded to the urban industrial landscape through works that convey the power and promise of modernization. Experience Monet’s famous Waterloo Bridge series in a new context as we trace artists’ explorations of the enduring theme of industry.