A colorful, hazy painting of a bridge over a river with smoke stacks in the background.

Claude Monet, Waterloo Bridge, London, 1903, Carnegie Museum of Art, Acquired through the generosity of the Sarah Mellon Scaife Family

Throwback Thursday

Who doesn’t love a good throwback? On Thursdays, go back in time and visit resources, activities, and works from previous CMOA exhibitions.

Remembering Panopticon: An Art Spectacular

Travel back to 2002 with us as we explore some of the installation images from this exhibition, which presented a new way to think about and engage with artworks from our collection.

An Iris van Herpen Event

In 2017, we celebrated the fashion sense of our community with an event inspired by the otherworldly designs of Iris van Herpen, which we showcased in an exhibition that year. The event invited audiences to walk a runway, create miniature fashions with the Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse, and explore the exhibition, thinking through how … Continued

Staff Favorites from Past Internationals

A few staff members volunteered to share favorite works from past Carnegie International exhibitions for Throwback Thursday—check it out below! “One artwork memorable to me is from the 2013 Carnegie International. Lara Favaretto’s work, Jestem, is composed of four large minimalist cubes of confetti. During the five months this exhibition was on view, I was … Continued

A Sculpture’s Move from Downtown to Oakland

Learn the fascinating history of how Kenneth Snelson’s sculpture, Forest Devil, was moved from a park in Downtown Pittsburgh to CMOA’s campus.

Revisiting Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s Striking Portraits

We’re spending some time today remembering the dreamlike portraits of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye featured in the 2018 Carnegie International.