Carnegie International, 57th Edition: The Guide

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Carnegie Museum of Art has presented its International since 1896—just a year after the first Venice Biennale. Inaugurated by museum founder, Andrew Carnegie, to inspire local audiences and artists, the exhibition was intended to position Pittsburgh as a center of not only industry but modern culture. The Guide imparts rich and varied information for travelling through the exhibition, the museum and the city of Pittsburgh through both fact and legend.A series of five commissioned travelogues opens the process of Schaffner's research for the exhibition as she embarked with her curatorial companions on journeys across the globe.
ISBN 9780880390637. Carnegie Museum of Art.
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Carnegie Museum of Art has presented its International since 1896—just a year after the first Venice Biennale. Inaugurated by museum founder, Andrew Carnegie, to inspire local audiences and artists, the exhibition was intended to position Pittsburgh as a center of not only industry but modern culture. The Guide imparts rich and varied information for travelling through the exhibition, the museum and the city of Pittsburgh through both fact and legend.A series of five commissioned travelogues opens the process of Schaffner's research for the exhibition as she embarked with her curatorial companions on journeys across the globe.
  • Publisher
    Carnegie Museum of Art
  • Release
    November 2018
  • Binding
    flexi
  • Format
    236 pages, 50 colour, 10 b&w. 11.4 x 16.5 cm
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