The Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh. Photo: Tom Little.

Carnegie International Announces Artists Participating in Its 2018 Edition

The Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh revealed the list of artists participating in its fifty-seventh edition, which will run from October 13, 2018 to March 25, 2019. Curated by Ingrid Schaffner, the exhibition, which will focus on what it means to be “international” will feature the work of thirty-two artists and collectives.

Among the projects to be displayed are a collaboration between novelist Han Kang and filmmaker IM Heung-soon; “Dig Where You Stand,” an exhibition within the exhibition curated by Koyo Kouoh, which will draw from the museum’s collection; and an interpretation of works rejected from previous editions of the Carnegie International. The photography of Charles “Teenie” Harris, who documented the city’s African American community from around 1935 to 1975, will also be exhibited in the museum’s Teenie Harris Archive.

The full list of participating artists is as follows:

Yuji Agematsu

El Anatsui

Art Labor with Joan Jonas

Huma Bhabha

Mel Bochner

Mimi Cherono Ng’ok

Lenka Clayton and Jon Rubin

Sarah Crowner

Alex Da Corte

Tacita Dean

Jeremy Deller

Kevin Jerome Everson

Han Kang and IM Heung-soon

Leslie Hewitt

Saba Innab

Karen Kilimnik

Zoe Leonard

Kerry James Marshall

Park McArthur

Josiah McElheny with John Corbett and Jim Dempsey

Thaddeus Mosley

Ulrike Müller

The Otolith Group


Jessi Reaves

Abel Rodríguez

Rachel Rose

Beverly Semmes

Dayanita Singh

Lucy Skaer

Tavares Strachan

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye