The Aisla Mellon Bruce Galleries for Decorative Arts at the Carnegie Museum of Art will reopen on November 21st after being closed for almost ten years. The galleries contain about 500 examples of U.S., European and Asian decorative arts from the mid-18th century to the present.
The gallery takes up about 8,500 square feet of exhibition space. There are four galleries, one is devoted to a rotating exhibit while the others are permanent.
Many of the objects are newly acquired or have never been exhibited to the public.