2013 Carnegie International
The 2013 Carnegie International runs October 5, 2013–March 16, 2014.
The 56th Carnegie International, scheduled to open at Carnegie Museum of Art in October 2013, will be organized by co-curators Daniel Baumann, Dan Byers, and Tina Kukielski. This is the first time in the International’s history that a curatorial team of three people will lead the exhibition.
Initiated by Andrew Carnegie in 1896 in Pittsburgh, and presented every three to five years at Carnegie Museum of Art, the Carnegie International is among the leading exhibitions of contemporary art worldwide. The International serves to present an American audience, especially that of Western Pennsylvania, with a broad and ambitious survey of the art of our time. With hundreds of works by artists from around the globe—including many commissioned specifically for the show—the 2013 International will be a catalyst for new ways to present, experience, and think about art.
Learn more about the exhibition’s history.
Learn more about the three curators.
Read more about the 2013 Carnegie International in the news:
Mary Thomas, “Curator trio to lead next Carnegie International,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 24, 2010.
William Loeffler, “Trio of curators to guide next Carnegie International,” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 24, 2010.
“Carnegie Museum of Art Names a Three-Person Curatorial Team for 2013 Carnegie International,” artdaily.org, September 24, 2010.