The new Silver Eye Center exhibit Fellowship 16 features the work of two winning photographers: Hong Kong-born Ka-Man Tse’s series “Narrow Distance” seeks to draw connections between LGBT culture and the Asian-Pacific Islander community, while Pittsburgher Aaron Blum offers “A Guide to Folk Taxonomy,” which explores the mysteries of Appalachia. Jan. 29-April 2. South Side. 412-431-1810 or www.silvereye.org
Flying lizards are real! Or, were once. Check out the latest findings about long-ago flying reptiles in Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs, at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. The exhibit features fossils and casts, plus life-sized models, videos and interactive exhibits. Jan. 30-May 22. Oakland. 412-622-3131 or www.cmnh.org
- Photo courtesy of ©The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
- Andy Warhol, Michael Chow, 1984, Collection of Michael and Eva Chow, at The Andy Warhol Museum
- Photo courtesy of Jacques Henri Lartigue© Ministère de la Culture France/AAJHL
- “Albert Heïdé, Francis Pigueron and Ostertag. Chamonix, January 1918,” from Fast Cars and Femmes Fatales, at the Frick Art & Historical Center
Born into a wealthy French family, Jacques Henri Lartigue spent the first half of the 20th century photographing the sights his privileged upbringing afforded him — from luxurious European holiday resorts to automobile racing. The new exhibition, Fast Cars and Femmes Fatales: The Photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue, shares these frequently delightful works. Feb. 6-May 15. Frick Art & Historical Center, Point Breeze. 412-371-0600 or www.thefrickpittsburgh.org
The newly revamped The Westmoreland Museum of American Art offers another chapter in our nation’s art history, with Telling Tales: Stories and Legends in 19th-Century American Art. This exhibition of paintings explores the styles and narrative themes that helped define American styles and tastes apart from the European traditions. March 6-June 19. Greensburg. 724-837-1500 or thewestmoreland.org/