Behind the Art: Monet and the Modern City | Carnegie Museum of Art | Exhibits, Talk | Pittsburgh City Paper
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Behind the Art: Monet and the Modern City 

When: Sat., June 15, 6-7 p.m. 2019
Price: Free with admission
How does an exhibition come together? Who decides which paintings are chosen? How is Claude Monet’s Waterloo Bridge series related to Aaron Henry Gorson’s paintings of Pittsburgh industry? Meet Akemi May, the curator of Monet and the Modern City, for a casual conversation about what’s behind the art. Bring your questions about this leader of the Impressionist movement, compare our Waterloo Bridge painting with two other versions, and discuss Monet and other artists’ passion for the smoky beauty of the industrial city.


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