The Carnegie International, inaugurated by industrial giant Andrew Carnegie in 1896, is the oldest exhibition of contemporary art in North America. The exhibition takes place at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This remarkable exhibition brings together carefully curated contemporary art from around the world.
We encourage you to use this research guide as a starting point for your research regarding the 57th Edition of the Carnegie International, taking place in 2018. The guide is divided into sections that will help you start your research on the show's artists and curators, show you how to access past Carnegie Internationals, and provide you with information on writing and citing.
Follow this link to access the website for the 2018 Carnegie International:
The 57th Carnegie International in the News
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