Nicole Eisenman Wins 2013 Carnegie Prize

The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, has announced that its 2013 Carnegie International prize has gone to Nicole Eisenman, according to Mary Thomas of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. At the Carnegie International, Eisenman presented a twenty-year survey of her paintings, alongside new figurative sculptures made from plaster. Eisenman will receive the award’s medal of honor and a $10,000 cash award. South African photographer Zanele Muholi was also recognized, winning the $10,000 Fine Prize for the forty-eight portraits she exhibited depicting African members of the LGBTI community.