Current Exhibits at the Carnegie Museum of Art That Are Worth The Trip

Pittsburgh has several significant museums, and the Carnegie Museum of Art is certainly one of the top among them. They have a gorgeous permanent collection. They also maintain rotating exhibits to provide more diverse offerings to the public. Here are a few of their current exhibits worth seeing.

CHARLES "TEENIE" HARRIS: HONEST PHOTOGRAPHY OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN LIFE

Harris is an iconic photographer documenting the African-American experience in America, and much of his content is a visual protest of racial inequality. He was once a photographer for The Pittsburgh Courier, which is one of the most significant black newspapers in America. This exhibition is a celebration of Harris' life within the community of Pittsburgh, and his contributions throughout the city's history.

LINA BO BARDI DRAWS: ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OF THE 20TH CENTURY

Bo Bardi draws architectural design with "a representational purpose and also a somewhat magical realism spell." She was born in Italy, raised in Brazil in the 40's, and completed most of her influential work in Sao Paulo. Her drawings are full of color pops, a sure sign of the liveliness of her experiences in such a vibrant country, and her work is sure to give a sense of joy for architectural design.

A DELIGHT FOR THE SENSES: THE STILL LIFE

This exhibit is calling to light some of the more beautiful techniques and arrangements of still life painting, and the collection spans over 250 years of style and works.

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