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

Installation view, Crossroads, Photo: Bryan Conley

Tour Tuesday

Take a tour of an exhibition, gallery, or moment in time with us.

A man wearing a loose t-shirt and glasses holds a small camera up to his eye

Discover the Selfies, Portraits, and Photomontages in our Vernacular Photography Collection

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.

A closely cropped view of the front of a house. The door is centered and flanked by two pots of red flowers that sit atop both sides of a short brick staircase.

Mother’s Day Bouquet

We’re celebrating mothers all around the world with artworks featuring beautiful blooms. To brighten your day, enjoy these floral views from our collection!

A table set with two bowls of fresh fruit, a cup of tea on a saucer, a square cake topped with sugar, and a large carafe

Tea for Two: A History of Tea Drinking through Art

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!

A close-up view of a person from shoulders to hips, relaxing against an old-fashioned floral backdrop wearing low-slung jeans and no shirt

New Acquisitions in Photography

Explore highlights from our photography collection. These images, acquired over the past five years, include work by women, artists of color, and Pittsburgh artists.

An energetic, two-toned painting filled completely with graphic figures and squiggles taking the shape of a UFO beaming down on a group of characters

Crossroads: Less Than Half the Picture

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.

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Tour An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain

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.

A group of dancers with white dresses pose onstage

Dancers of the Collection

Happy Tour Tuesday! We’re taking you through works in our collection that feature dancers, beginning with this work on paper by Edgar Degas.