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.
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.
Niela Orr explores Charles "Teenie" Harris's double exposure of Nina Simone, one of the more arresting images the photographer captured during his decades long career.
Filmmaker Peggy Ahwesh reflects on Stephanie Beroes' film Debt Begins at Twenty, which immortalized the Pittsburgh punk scene of the early 1980s.
Steffani Jemison recalls a childhood encounter with art, and how that informed her future work with the museum's Hillman Photography Initiative.