Summer Guide: Arts & Exhibitions

Summer Guide: Arts & Exhibitions

Da Vinci: The Exhibition. Photo by Jake Mysliwczyk

Ongoing

The Andy Warhol Museum. Rotating collection of Warhol’s works, ongoing; The Chelsea Girls Exploded, through Jan. 12, 2020

 

Artsmiths of Pittsburgh. Pinball Famous, through June 16

 

August Wilson Afican American Cultural Center. Race and Revolution: Still Separate — Still Unequal, through July 21; Seats of Power, through July 21

 

Boxheart Gallery. Andrew Ooi: Genarcha, through May 17; John Belue: Prized Possession, through May 17

 

Carnegie Museum of Art. The Art Connection Student Exhibition, through May 19; Ruth Root, through Aug. 25; Influencers: The Pritzker Architecture Prize, through Oct. 20

 

Carnegie Science Center. Da Vinci: The Exhibition, through Sept. 2

 

Contemporary Craft. Fiberart International 2019, through Aug. 24

 

Heinz History Center. The Vietnam War, Through Sept. 22.

 

James Galleries. Multiplicity, through June 29

 

Mattress Factory.  A selection from the Greer Lankton Archive, ongoing. Artists in Residence exhibits, through Aug. 4, Dennis Maher: A Second Home, through Aug. 12

 

Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery. Teapots! 13, through June 8

 

Panza Gallery. Waterworks 2019, through June 1.

 

Phipps Conservatory. Van Gogh in Bloom, through September; Butterfly Garden, ongoing;

 

Silver Eye Center for Photography. Ian Kline: Honorably Mentioned, through May 18. Radial Survey, through May 25.

 

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art-Ligonier Valley. The View from my Easel: Pastel Landscapes of the East Coast, through Aug. 4.  

 

Sweetwater Center for the Arts. Statement Pieces, through June 7.

 

Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Tom Persinger: The New American Farmer, through June 9.

 

Wood Street Galleries. Invisible Man, through June 16

 

May

707 Gallery. Darkest Dark, Charcoal drawings by Oreen Cohen, May 18-July 14

 

The Andy Warhol Museum. Kim Gordon: Lo-Fi Glamour, May 17-Sept. 1

 

Boxheart Gallery. Daria Sandburg: The Seekers Book of Knowledge, May 28-June 28; Belgian Yucelen: From Ancient to Now, May 28-June 28

 

Carnegie Museum of Art. Monet and the Modern City, May 25-Sept. 2;

 

Mattress Factory. Patte Loper: Laboratory for Other Worlds,

 

SPACE. _ _ _ _ _ _ Curated by Brett Yasko, May 31-Aug. 4

 

Spinning Plate Gallery. Fifty Years After Stonewall: Celebrating our Vision, May 18-June 18.

A photo from the Rebecca Arthur series. The House That Built Me.

Unsmoke Systems Artspace. Morphology by Stephanie Martin, May 18, May 25.

 

Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Conversation with artist Mickalene Thomas and chief curator Joe Diaz, May 29; Mingled Visions: The Photogrpahs of Edward Curtis and Will Wilson, March 30-June 30. The Outsider’s Gaze, March 20-June 30.

 

June

The Andy Warhol Museum. Art in Context: Before Stonewall, June 28; Stonewall 50:A Gender Inclusive Celebration for Families, June 29.

 

Carnegie Museum of Art. Access and Ability, June 1-Sept. 8; Lecture:The Art of Sight by Dr. Jose-Alain Sahel, June 13; Crossroads: Carnegie Museum of Art’s Collection, 1945-Now, June 22-Nov. 21.

 

Frick Art and Historical Center. A sporting Vision: The Paul Mellon Collection of British Sporting Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, June 15-Sept. 8.

 

Pittsburgh Glass Center. Idea Furnace Retrospective, June 7 through July 29.

 

Silver Eye Center for Photography. Fellowship 19, June 6-Aug. 10;

 

July

Artisan Tattoo. Artisan Tattoo Collective Group Show, July 5; Jeff Goldblum Day, July 13

 

Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Gallery Crawl, July 12.

 

Westmoreland Museum of American Art. The Art of John Van Hamersveld, July 20-Oct. 20.

 

September

 

Silver Eye Center for Photography. Continuum: Aspen Lane + Dione Lee, Sept. 6-Oct. 26

 

Other Actvities and Exhibits

Yoga Paint Party. YOGAMOTIF will help you stretch and create with this Yoga Paint Party. Ticket gets you an hour of yoga, materials and your original artwork and admission to the Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History. June 15. (Carnegie Museum of Art)

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