The Frick Pittsburgh hosts an art show highlighting big themes and little-known gems from a time of great artistic ferment.
Ryoichi Kurawa is a Japanese electronic artist. The videos in his Pittsburgh show give the viewer a profound buzz.
Iranian artist Farhad Moshiri’s “second-generation pop art” generates cross-cultural waves—and casts a dreamlike spell.
The new exhibit at the Warhol Museum is than an art show; it’s psycho-history.
The current exhibit at the Frick Art Museum takes you to other worlds and tells stories within stories.
The Pulitzer winner’s Uganda pictures show children being lifted from a sea of troubles.
Summer isn’t the only thing coming to a close. Killer Heels, which includes nearly 150 exclusive high-heeled shoes, ends in early September, making a visit to The Frick a must on one’s summertime bucket list.
The Jacques Henri Lartigue show at Pittsburgh’s Frick Art Museum has pictures of a world evolving from steampunk to sleek.
It’s Spidey, it’s kung fu, and in this British artist’s North American debut exhibit at Wood Street Galleries.
“CMOA Collects Edward Hopper” is a small art show that takes you into a big world.