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altFaked, Forgotten, Found

A behind-the-scenes look at how curators and conservators at the Museum of Art team up to expose fakes, restore past glory, and play doctor to art. Faked, Forgotten, Found reveals the fascinating discovery of a portrait beneath the surface of a work repainted in the 19th century, and how to tell the museum’s genuine painting by Francesco Francia of the Virgin and Child apart from later imitations and copies.

altThe Warhol at 20

In honor of its 20th anniversary, The Warhol reimagined its gallery spaces from top to bottom, answering calls for more Andy and telling his story chronologically for the first time. Also all new: entrance lobby, a bigger store, and a first-floor cafe.



Carnegie Science Center’s latest exhibit encourages visitors of all ages to build their own imaginary worlds—on a huge, blue scale.

altBig Artists, Small Prints

Explore more than 200 masterworks from Carnegie Museum of Art’s exceptional collection of some 8,000 prints, many of which have not been on view in decades. This special exhibition offers a unique opportunity to discover works by some of the best-known artists of the Renaissance and beyond, including Dürer and Rembrandt.


RACE: Are We So Different?

This groundbreaking exhibition challenges us to forget everything we think we know about the man-made concept of race. Check out related programming.

altPittsburgh’s family photo album

As part of its Hillman Photography Initiative, Carnegie Museum of art is collecting your snapshots, Pittsburghers—personal memories about what makes this region great. Browse the archive and submit your own images!




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