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An Editor’s Farewell

Richard’s Picks
Carnegie Museum of Art Director Richard Armstrong offers members a behind-the-scenes tour of some of his favorite works in the 2004-5 Carnegie International.

Inside the International: An Interview with Curator Laura Hoptman
2004-5 Carnegie International Curator Laura Hoptman talks about her experiences and her inspiration as she assembled the artists and works for this year’s exhibition.

The Politics of Art: Artists Tackle Life’s Biggest Issues with Their Work
Independent Curator Vicky Clark discusses the significant yet subtle role politics has played in the creation and exhibition of works throughout the history of the Carnegie International.

A Legacy Lives On
Artists, curators, gallery owners, and others agree that Andrew Carnegie did the right thing in creating the Carnegie International. Through 54 installations, it has brought goodwill, notoriety, and visitors from all over the world to Pittsburgh.


The annual display of Holiday Trees returns; the Neapolitan Presepio gets a new backdrop; two works are added to the museum’s permanent collection; and an exhibition of Japanese prints opens.

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The Annual Gem & Mineral Show features sapphires this year; Curator Chris Beard publishes a new book; and special lectures abound this fall.

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Carnegie Science Center is changing lives with its programming and exhibits; and The Polar Express pulls into the OMNIMAX®.

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Off the Wall returns for another season of provocative performance art; and both Andy Warhol’s Time Capsules and Inconvenient Evidence open.

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