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Final weeks to see the Carnegie International at Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
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Bryan Conley
The 57th Carnegie International , Carnegie Museum of Art’s signature exhibition is coming to a close March 25. Installation view of Beverly Semmes, FRP Arcade, 2018, Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art. Courtesy the artist, Susan Inglett Gallery, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Debra and Barry Campbell, Judi Roaman and Carla Chammas, and Nancy Lorez and Doug Schwalbe.
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Bryan Conley
The 57th Carnegie International , Carnegie Museum of Art’s signature exhibition is coming to a close March 25. Installation view of Josiah McElheny, with John Corbett and Jim Dempsey, Dusty Groove II: Space Is a Diamond, 2018, Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art.
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Bryan Conley
The 57th Carnegie International , Carnegie Museum of Art’s signature exhibition is coming to a close March 25. Installation view of Art Labor and Joan Jonas, Art Labor Hammock Café, 2016–present, and Drawn on the Wind, 2018, Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art. Courtesy the artists.

The 57th Carnegie International , Carnegie Museum of Art’s signature exhibition comes to a close March 25.

Over the next four weeks, there will be artist talks, creative drawing sessions and daily gallery interactions.

A concert “A Night of Deep Listening,” takes place on March 23. On March 21, the galleries will be open until 11 p.m. as part of Third Thursday, the museum’s monthly late-night revel which features a fashion experience with International artist Beverly Semmes and the launch of the exhibition catalogue.

A symposium will take place on March 23 with presentations by University of Pittsburgh students and a keynote conversation by curator Ingrid Schaffner and Janera Solomon, executive director of the Kelly Strayhorn Theater.

Details: http://cmoa.org

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 412-320-7889, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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