The Carnegie looks at the built landscape of postwar Pittsburgh

The Carnegie looks at the built landscape of postwar Pittsburgh

On urban renewal, Imagining the Modern is a bit too evenhanded

Captured by Indians explores warfare and culture in 18th-century Pennsylvania

The exhibit emphasizes the time period’s complexity

At Neu Kirche, steel mills and warfare

Fiona Amundsen’s Like a Body Without Skin explores historical echoes

At the SCC, a wide-ranging show about mental health

The subject matter in Mindful is not always easily definable, often seemingly limitless

A new show of Douglas Cooper’s panoramic sketches of Pittsburgh

Graphic Pittsburgh is more populated than his older work

The Carnegie’s retrospective on silversmith and product-designer Peter Muller-Munk is thoroughly satisfying

Silver to Steel illuminates a pioneer of mid-century design

Exploring the American landscape at SPACE with The Mountain and the Bumblebee

McGinnis and crew capture, flawlessly, the desire for virgin territory

A powerful exhibit takes stock of air pollution in the region

In the Air includes work by four accomplished photographers

Warhol by the Book offers an intriguing take on early Andy

It’s simple, whimsical, frequently childlike and disingenuous

The Year in Visual Art

Thinking Outside and Inside the Box in 2015

Forbidden Fruit takes Meissen porcelain to the edge of irreverence

It’s not a decadence rich with pleasure; it’s the decadence of consumption

A video blurs explores the blurry line between life and death, between the real and the staged

The central characters in this mythic tale are death and music

Krishna and costumed school children are the subjects for Nandini Valli Muthiah

Indian photographer’s show at Wood Street captivates

Performance artist Hetain Patel checks out the scene At Home.

Patel examines starry-eyed idealism and converts it into something achievably romantic, human and, in the very best sense of the word, mundane.

For some, the erasure of a landmark East Liberty mural reflects the travails of gentrification

“It felt very symbolic of the changes that we warned about.”


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