Maira Kalman’s contribution to the Travelogue series shows an essay can take many forms. Eight paintings and a short text illuminate two weeks of travel and research for the Carnegie International.
Liz Park, associate curator of the Carnegie Int’l, 57th ed., 2018, embraces drawing and letter writing as paths to new ideas.
Ingrid Schaffner, curator of the Carnegie Int’l, 57th ed., 2018, discusses the origins and intent of the Tam O’Shanter Drawing Sessions.
Emmanuel Iduma’s Travelogue is based on the 14-day research trip Curator Ingrid Schaffner conducted with Companion Carin Kuoni to Morocco for the closing of the Marrakesh Biennial, Senegal for the opening of the Dakar Biennial, and Lagos, Nigeria in May 2016.
Ingrid Schaffner, curator of the Carnegie Int’l, 57th ed., 2018, discusses the origins and intent of the Travelogue Series.
Queer artist Nicole Eisenman blurs the line between isolation and belonging.
Visual activist Zanele Muholi rewrites queer history and pushes back against hate crime in her native South Africa.
Examining the art of play and how it inspired the 2013 Carnegie International's Playground Project.
Ingrid Schaffner, curator of the upcoming 57th Carnegie International, examines the ever-changing question of "What is Contemporary?"
Multidisciplinary artist Taryn Simon discusses early influences to her two-part super spy exhibit.