Curious how much legwork curators do? Find out how past curators of the Carnegie International scoured the globe for exciting new artwork.
Playful and scholarly, Ken Eisentein's essay uncovers surprising links between Hollis Frampton and Michael Snow.
Chance or choice? Alla Gadassik investigates the spectacular effects of Robert Breer's 1961 film Blazes.
Historian and author Marcus Rediker explores Haiti’s Vodou-based Surrealist art.
Prem Krishnamurthy of Wkshps on the visual identity of the Carnegie Int’l, 57th ed., 2018.
Emily Davis, an expert in time-based media, takes us behind the scenes as she reconstructs Buky Schwartz's seminal artwork.
Pico Iyer takes an imaginative journey to India with curators Ingrid Schaffner and Doryun Chong.
Tess Takahashi looks back at the first decade of video art at Carnegie Museum of Art.
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.