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Summer Arts

Summer Arts
Raoul Dufy’s L’Atelier au bouquet at Frick Art Museum’s Van Gogh, Monet, Degas


707 and 709 Penn Galleries. You Will Arrive (work by Kara Skylling), through June 17.

937 Gallery. Terracotta CoLab (explores the intersection of historical architectural terracotta and digital fabrication), through May 26.

The Andy Warhol Museum. Adman: Warhol Before Pop (300 objects on display — from rare drawings and photographs to vintage advertisements, artist books and recreated department store window displays), through Sept. 2. Also: permanent exhibits.

August Wilson Center. Abstract Minded (works by six contemporary African artists)

BNY Mellon Gallery. Lest We Forget: Black Americana and Cultural Memory in the Age of the Hyperreal

1839 Gallery. Naomi Chambers: Communal Future; Darkness Giving Life (various works from the Art Lending Collection at the Braddock Carnegie Library)

Claude Worthington Benedum Gallery. All exhibits continue through July 22.

be Galleries
. Mhuntary M. Mazziotti: All the Paintings, through June 30.

Carnegie Museum of Art. Visions of Order and Chaos: The Enlightened Eye (combines new acquisitions and longtime gallery favorites from CMOA’s 1750-1850 collection), through June 24. Teenie Harris Photographs: Service and Sacrifice, through May 28. Hiroshige’s Tōkaidō Road (55 prints from the first [Hōeidō] edition of Hiroshige’s Fifty-Three Stations of the Tōkaidō.), through July 22. Deana Lawson (a combination of photographs and appropriated-image installations by the Brooklyn-based artist), through July 22. 

Contemporary Craft. Quadrennial: Four Years of Spectacular Buckles from the U.S. and Abroad (a selection of work from the past four World Champion Belt Buckle competitions), through August 25, Studio Gallery. Visual Voices: Truth Narratives (work from 35 selected ceramic artists), through Aug. 18, Main Gallery. 

Summer Arts
Art by Odili Donald Edita
Abstract Minded at August Wilson Center
Frick Art & Historical Center. Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh, through May 27. Van Gogh, Monet, Degas: The Mellon Collection of French Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, through July 8. 

Gallery on 43rd Street. Bright Blessed Day/Dark Sacred Night (pastels by Diane Grguras), through June 30.

Hoyt Center for the Arts. I Am. We Are. (photographic journal of Lawrence County’s Diamond Girl program), through June 12.

Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation. Dr. Charles Dorat and His Unrealized Central American Medicinal Flora, through June 29.

Lawrence Hall. Paintings by Lisa Bergant Koi, an Associated Artists of Pittsburgh show, through June 3.

Mattress Factory. Rhizome: Intrastructure (Alex Hibbitt); Stations (Ezra Masch), through June 3. Solar Grow Room (Meg Webster); Sculpting Gravity (Allan Wexler), through July 29. A Selection from the Greer Lankton Archive, ongoing.

Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery. Teapots! (12th annual invitational), through May 26. 

North Hills Art Center. Regional show, through June 8.

Panza Gallery. "Human Plus" (drawings and sculpture by Richard Claraval), through May 31.

Summer Arts
Janette Beckman’s “Faces of Pittsburgh” at 3 Rivers Arts Festival
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Under the Blankets - Printmakers Together; Imin Yeh & Paul Mullins: Here is Something You Might Like to Have; Family Meeting, through July 8.

Southern Alleghenies Museum of American Art at Johnstown. Pictures: A Student Art Exhibition, through June 1.

Southern Alleghenies Museum of American Art at Ligonier. Ritual Abstractions: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Collection of Anne M. MacDougall, through Aug. 5.

SPACE Gallery. Marx@200 (marking Karl Marx’s 200th birthday with more than 25 works by artists from around the world.), through June 10.

Sweetwater Center for the Arts. site/sight (photographic works from artists who are concerned with humanity's complex relationship to place), through June 8.

UnSmoke Artspace. Unfolding (Sarika Goulatia and Mia Tarducci), through May 27.

Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Tell Us Your Immigration Story (highlighting stories through writing, audio and photographs), through June 3. The Art of Giving: Selections from the Richard M. Scaife Bequest, through Aug. 5.

Wood Street Galleries. Macular - Cycles (four room-sized kinetic light installations, including three world premieres), through June 17.