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Pair of works at Carnegie International bring home prizes

- Nicole Eisenman's 'Beer Garden with Ulrike and Celeste' will be part of the Carnegie International.
Nicole Eisenman's 'Beer Garden with Ulrike and Celeste' will be part of the Carnegie International.
Heidi Murrin | Tribune-Review - Artist Nicole Eisenman's Prince of Swords (white man seated, left) along with Pedro Reyes' Disarm, bottom right, and Bidoun Library 2013, bottom rear, were open to the public at the Carnegie Museum of Art's Carnegie International Saturday, October 5, 2013.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Heidi Murrin  |  Tribune-Review</em></div>Artist Nicole Eisenman's Prince of Swords (white man seated, left) along with Pedro Reyes' Disarm, bottom right, and Bidoun Library 2013, bottom rear, were open to the public at the Carnegie Museum of Art's Carnegie International Saturday, October 5, 2013.
Carnegie Museum of Art - 'Gazi T Zuma, Umlazi, Durban,' 2010 by Zanele Muholi
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Carnegie Museum of Art</em></div>'Gazi T Zuma, Umlazi, Durban,' 2010 by Zanele Muholi

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Artists Nicole Eisenman from New York City and Zanele Muholi from South Africa have been awarded $10,000 prizes for works at the Carnegie International.

Eisenman won the Carnegie Prize for a survey of paintings paired with new sculpture.

Muholi was given the Fine Prize, funded by the Fine Foundation, for her “Faces and Phases” project. It was begun in 2006 to give visibility to the various faces of black lesbian-gay-trans-and bisexual communities around the world.

The Carnegie International is being held through March 16, 2014, at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Oakland.

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