Installation view of Wild Life: Elizabeth Murray & Jessi Reaves at Carnegie Museum of Art, 2021, photo: Bryan Conley
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Wild Life: Elizabeth Murray & Jessi Reaves
Wild Life: Elizabeth Murray & Jessi Reaves brings together the work of Elizabeth Murray (1940—2007) and New York-based sculptor Jessi Reaves (b. 1986). Although Murray and Reaves are generations apart, the exhibition highlights each artist’s simultaneously lyrical, playful, and rigorous engagement with the decorative, domestic, and bodily.
A new exhibition by Cauleen Smith offers personal reflections and calls to action responding to the daily onslaught of local, national, and global events of the last year. The exhibition is composed of two artworks: a new film, COVID MANIFESTO, streaming online and a year-long rotating photographic mural installed in the museum.
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Explore resources and professional development opportunities for educators. Through programs like teacher residencies, online learning tool kits, and lesson plans, field trips to the museum, and more, educators can enrich their curricula in dynamic ways. Learn More.
The 58th Carnegie International is coming to Pittsburgh on September 24, 2022. This exhibition will bring together new commissions, existing works, and projects by established and emerging artists working internationally, domestically, and locally.
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