Take a tour of an exhibition, gallery, or moment in time with us.
For today’s tour, we’re exploring a few of our favorite vernacular photographs (including snapshots of everyday life, commercial portraits, and postcards) from our collection.
We’re celebrating mothers all around the world with artworks featuring beautiful blooms. To brighten your day, enjoy these floral views from our collection!
Tea revives and comforts us; it’s a big business in the modern world. Explore the long history of this favorite drink through many objects in our collection in this tour!
Explore highlights from our photography collection. These images, acquired over the past five years, include work by women, artists of color, and Pittsburgh artists.
Explore a section of our postwar and contemporary collection galleries. This gallery focuses on works from the 1980s, a period of turmoil that prompted widespread debate about the value and role of art in society.
While our doors are temporarily closed, we invite you to enjoy a digital tour of An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain, followed by a review of the exhibition from The New York Times.
Happy Tour Tuesday! We’re taking you through works in our collection that feature dancers, beginning with this work on paper by Edgar Degas.