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The Frick offers an exciting schedule of special exhibitions featuring art and artists from the Renaissance to the present.

View current, future, and past exhibitions below, or view our virtual exhibitions here.

Through July 10, 2022

SLAY: Artemisia Gentileschi & Kehinde Wiley

Two monumental paintings of the biblical Judith and Holofernes, created 400 years apart—one by the most successful female painter of the 17th century, and the second by a contemporary artist recasting the Old Masters. Visceral, fierce, and completely arresting, these paintings together explore notions of identity, power, inequality, and triumph over oppression.
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Through September 18, 2022

Romare Bearden: Artist as Activist and Visionary

This exhibition considers Romare Bearden (1911–1988) as an artist of social conscience and action. Layered with themes from literature and religion, Bearden created narratives that reflect both the nostalgic rural North Carolina of his childhood and the vibrant urban life of places like Pittsburgh and Harlem.
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Permanent Collection

In the galleries at The Frick Art Museum you will find fabulous examples of early Renaissance Italian painting; rare French and Flemish tapestries; Renaissance and Baroque bronze statuettes; eighteenth-century French painting, furniture and decorative arts; spectacular Chinese porcelains; and masterpieces by artists such as Rubens, Boucher, Gainsborough, and Fragonard.
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