Ben Ogrodnik reassesses the impact of Roger Jacoby, a Pittsburgh filmmaker and visionary.
Both a plea and a polemic, this powerful essay revises how we think about Black art and artists.
Leigh Alexander considers the promise of virtual reality, and the ways in which we present our second selves in the digital world.
Amanda Hunt and Eric Crosby discuss the impetus behind the exhibition 20/20: The Studio Museum in Harlem and Carnegie Museum of Art, which brings both museum's very different collections into conversation.
Melissa Ragona takes a closer look at Carolee Schneemann's ABC—We Print Anything—In The Cards.
A unique collaboration between Carnegie Museum of Art and The Studio Museum in Harlem combines works of the past and present to give voice to shifting, contemporary realities.
Antwaun Sargent considers REkOGNIZE, artist and cinematographer Bradford Young's three-channel video installation exploring the history, legacy, and identity of Pittsburgh's Hill District.
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.
Writer Stephen Heyman delves into the otherworldly couture of Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen.
In her series Dispatches from the Museum, artist Lenka Clayton captures the quotidian experiences on view at the museum.