• Introduction by co-curators Daniel Baumann, Dan Byers, and Tina Kukielski; (left, L to R): Photo: Joshua Franzos for Carnegie Museum of Art; and Photo: Daniel Baumann; (right): Courtesy of Daniel Baumann
  • (left:) Image courtesy of Zoe Strauss; (right): Mladen Stilinović's The Praise of Laziness
  • Artwork by Sadie Benning; Images courtesy of the artist; Photos: Chris Austin
  • Artwork by Nicole Eisenman; Images courtesy of the artist and Koenig & Clinton, New York
  • Artwork by Vincent Fecteau; (left): © Vincent Fecteau. Courtesy of Matthew Marks Gallery; (right): Courtesy of greengrassi, London. Photo: Marcus Leith
  • Artwork by Rodney Graham; Images courtesy of 303 Gallery, New York
  • Artwork by Rokni Haerizadeh; Images courtesy of the artist and Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai
  • Artwork by Wade Guyton; Images courtesy of the artist; Photos: Ron Amstutz
  • Artwork by Zanele Muholi; Images © Zanele Muholi. Courtesy of Stevenson, Cape Town and Johannesburg
  • Artwork by Pedro Reyes; (left): Courtesy of Lisson Gallery, London; Alumnos 47 Foundation; and the artist; (right): © Pedro Reyes. Courtesy of Lisson Gallery, London
  • Artwork by Taryn Simon; Images courtesy of the artist
  • Artwork by Mladen Stilinović; Images courtesy of the artist, Zagreb
  • Artwork by Erika Verzutti; Images courtesy of the artist and Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo; Photos: Eduardo Ortega Studio
  • An Open Function, essay by co-curator Tina Kukielski, 2013; Image © Carnegie Museum of Art
  • Play It Again, Museum, essay by co-curator Daniel Baumann, 2013; Photos © Carnegie Museum of Art
  • Epistolary Affect and Romance Scams: Letter from an Unknown Woman, essay by Hito Steyerl, 2011
  • A Break in the Circuit, essay by co-curator Dan Byers, 2013; (left): Image courtesy of Mladen Stilinović; (right, left): Photo: Tom Little
  • Explaining Abstract Art, essay by Katharine Kuh, 1951; Images courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
  • The Playground Project, essay by curator Gabriela Burkhalter, 2013; Image courtesy of Xavier de la Salle
  • The Particularities of Pittsburgh, essay by Robert Bailey, 2013; (left, right): © Mrs. Henry Koerner. By permission. Photo: Richard Stoner; (top right, L to R): © Willem de Kooning Revocable Trust/Artists Rights Society (ARS ), New York; and © 2004 Carnegie Museum of Art, Charles “Teenie” Harris Archive, Carnegie Museum of Art; (bottom right, right): © Estate of David Smith/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

A 356-page, richly illustrated catalogue is available at the museum store and distributed by D.A.P./Artbook, featuring original interviews and in-depth texts on the 35 artists from 19 countries featured in the 2013 Carnegie International; essays by the exhibition co-curators Daniel Baumann, Dan Byers, and Tina Kukielski; and texts on The Playground Project and the museum’s modern and contemporary collection. Price: $39.95.


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