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Visual Arts

Whether you have a taste for traditional art or a thirst for the exotic, Pittsburgh is your art destination. Be astonished by art crafted from flowers and greenery at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Or explore the history of work created in southwest Pennsylvania and across the country at the newly expanded Westmoreland Museum of American Art. No matter what your artistic style, Pittsburgh has a museum for you.

Here are just a few highlighted exhibitions and art museums:

Don't miss the North American debut of Drap-Art, open now through October 9 at the PPG Wintergarden! Presented as part of the Re:NEW Festival, Drap-Art showcases provocative pieces crafted from repurposed materials.

Visit the Andy Warhol Museum, global keeper of the pop art icon's legacy. From October 21-January 22, the exhibition Andy Warhol: My Perfect Body centers on Warhol's struggle with his own body image and fascination with the flawed human form.

Explore the sprawling former Frick family estate, and enjoy an expansive art collection at The Frick Pittsburgh. Schedule a tour of "Clayton," once home to industrialist Henry Clay Frick, which now serves as one of the best preserved Gilded Age mansions in America.

Venture to the Carnegie Museum of Art from October 1-January 2 for the first comprehensive U.S. retrospective on Brazilian artist, Hélio Oiticica, in Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium.

Continue your connection to art on the stage with one-of-a-kind performances by hundreds of arts groups in the region. Also, explore Pittsburgh Art Places, a comprehensive resource for finding public art and arts venues in the Pittsburgh region.

 

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Carnegie Museum of Art

  • 4400 Forbes Ave.
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15213
  • 412-622-3131
  • Region: Oakland / Shadyside
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Carnegie Museum of Natural History

  • 4400 Forbes Ave.
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15213
  • 412-622-3131
  • Region: Oakland / Shadyside
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Children's Museum of Pittsburgh

  • 10 Children's Way
  • Allegheny Square
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15212
  • 412-322-5058
  • Region: North Shore + North Side
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Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater

  • 1491 Mill Run Rd
  • PA Route 381 S.
  • Mill Run, PA 15464
  • 724-329-8501
  • Region: Fayette County
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Frank Lloyd Wright's House on Kentuck Knob

  • 723 Kentuck Rd.
  • PO Box 305
  • Chalk Hill, PA 15421
  • 724-329-1901
  • Region: Regional - South
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Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art

  • 500 Sampsonia Way
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15212
  • 412-231-3169
  • Region: North Shore + North Side
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Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

  • One Schenley Park
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15213
  • 412-622-6914
  • Region: Oakland / Shadyside
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The Frick Pittsburgh

  • 7227 Reynolds St.
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15208
  • 412-371-0600
  • Region: East / Monroeville
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The Westmoreland Museum of American Art

  • 221 North Main St.
  • Greensburg, PA 15601
  • 724-837-1500
  • Region: Regional - East

707 Penn Gallery

  • 707 Penn Ave.
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15222
  • (412) 456-6666
  • Region: Downtown

The Andy Warhol Museum

  • 117 Sandusky St.
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15212
  • 412-237-8300
  • Region: North Shore + North Side

The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh

  • 1635 McFarland Rd.
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15216
  • (412) 341-2299

August Wilson Center for African American Culture

  • 980 Liberty Ave.
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15222-3736
  • (412) 471-6930
  • Region: Downtown

Bayernhof Museum

  • 226 St. Charles Pl
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15215
  • (412) 782-4231
  • Region: North / Cranberry

The Clemente Collection at Engine House 25

  • 3339 Penn Avenue
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15201
  • (412) 621-1268
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