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Pittsburgh’s Carnegie International Opens

By October 12, 2018 No Comments

The 57th edition of the Carnegie International opened today. Visuals editor Jake Mysliwczyk was there to get a first-look at some of the exhibits.

 

Alex Da Corte’s Neon House (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

 

Above and Below: “Postcommodity” Coal, glass, and steel interpreted by musicians as a graphic score (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

 

Thaddeus Mosley wood sculptures bridge indoors and out (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

 


Mel Bochner Do I have to draw you a picture? (Current Photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

 


Huma Bhabha cork styrofoam, wood, awesome presence (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

 


Another view of Alex Da Corte’s neon house (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

 


Lenka Clayton & Jon Rubin 10,632 rejected titles (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

 


Abel Rodriguez namer of plants draws rain forest he knows (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

 


Huma Bhabha untitled (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

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