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Rachel Rose, Lake Valley, 2016, HD video, color, sound, 8 minutes 25 seconds.

Works by Park McArthur, Alex Da Corte, Huma Bhabha, and More Enter Carnegie Museum of Art Collection

Established in 1896 by Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art and Andrew Carnegie to acquire works by “the old masters of tomorrow,” the Carnegie International opened its fifty-seventh edition in October, five years after its last edition. To marks its closing yesterday, the museum announced its first round of acquisitions from America’s oldest international contemporary art survey, which was curated by Pittsburgh native Ingrid Schaffner and featured work by thirty-two artists and collectives from some two dozen countries.

Eric Crosby, the institution’s codirector and senior curator, told Artnews that by the end of the acquisition process, 70 percent of the artists from the 2018 exhibition will have work in the museum’s collection. A significant majority of those artists (80 percent) will be new additions to the Pittsburgh museum, including Huma Bhabha, Sarah Crowner, Alex Da Corte, Kevin Jerome Everson, Park McArthur, Jessi Reaves, and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. The full list of the first round of acquisitions is as follows:

Huma BhabhaUntitled, 2017

Mel BochnerDo I Have To Draw You A Picture?, 2017

Mimi Cherono Ng’okUntitled, 2016; Untitled, 2018; Untitled, 2018; Untitled, 2014; Untitled, 2014; Untitled, 2014; Untitled, 2014; Untitled, 2015; Untitled, 2013

Sarah CrownerOpening Violent and Green, 2018

Alex Da CorteRubber Pencil Devil, 2018

Kevin Jerome EversonPark Lanes, 2015

Joan Jonas, Organic Honey’s Visual Telepathy, 1972; Glass Puzzle, 1973; Mirage, 1976; Mirage 2, 1976–2000

Zoe LeonardI want a president, 1992/2018

Park McArthurLiabilities, 2015; Pits, 2018

Josiah McElheny, Black Cloud Chamber, 2015

Ulrike Müller, Rug (con zapatos), 2018

Jessi ReavesBody with Electric Skin, Horizontal Shelf, 2018; Sconce with Biotails, 2018

Rachel RoseLake Valley, 2016

Beverly SemmesRed Sun at Night, 2017; Hot Chocolate, 2017; Fishnet, 2017; Red Bird on Yellow, 2017; Black Ball on Green Pitcher, 2017; Yellow Lift, 2018; Cherry Cup / Nest Basket, 2017-2018; Nikie, 2017, Blue Pitcher, 2017; Tall Silver, 2018; Hand Held, 2018

Lucy SkaerMy Terracotta Army, my Red Studio, my Amber Room I, 2013

Lynette Yiadom-BoakyeNo Need of Speech, 2018

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