October 9th 2004 through March 20th 2005

October 9th 2004 through March 20th 2005

Carnegie Museum of Art

October 13, 2004

Carnegie International 2004-05
through March 20


Experience an event of true international impact

In 1896, Andrew Carnegie established the Carnegie International, an exhibition of the best contemporary art from around the world. More than 100 years later, the Carnegie International is one of the most anticipated events in the art world, a bellwether of new art and artists from around the globe.

Ethics, spirituality, scientific inquiry, free will, good vs. evil, these are examples of what curator Laura Hoptman calls “the Ultimates” and are some of the issues addressed in the exhibition. Thirty-eight artists have been chosen for the 2004-5 Carnegie International; some are leading figures internationally or in their home countries, others are notable newcomers at the beginning of their careers. The artists are:

Francis Alys
Mamma Andersson
Chiho Aoshima
Kaoru Arima
Kutlug Ataman
John Bock
Lee Bontecou
Robert Breer
Fernando Bryce
Kathy Butterly
Maurizio Cattelan
Paul Chan
Anne Chu
Robert Crumb
Jeremy Deller
Philip-Lorca diCorcia
Peter Doig
Trisha Donnelly
Harun Farocki
Saul Fletcher
Isa Genzken
Mark Grotjahn
Rachel Harrison
Carsten Holler
Katarzyna Kozyra
Jim Lambie
Julie Mehretu
Senga Nengudi
Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook
Neo Rauch
Nick Relph & Oliver Payne
Ugo Rondinone
Eva Rothschild
Yang Fudong

An international team of curatorial advisors, architects, and graphic designers has worked with Hoptman in the creation of this exhibition. They include Francesco Bonami, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Gary Garrels, The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Midori Matsui, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan; Cuauhtemoc Medina, National University of Mexico, Mexico City and Tate Modern, London; Rirkrit Tiravanija, Artist; Michael Maltzan Architecture, Los Angeles; and Graphic Thought Facility, London.
Visiting Carnegie International
Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday, noon-5 p.m.
Monday closed
Please visit www.cmoa.org for special holiday hours.
More Information
For more information on the 2004-5 Carnegie International, contact:
Email: cma-media@carnegiemuseums.org
Phone: Tey Stiteler, communications manager, 412.688.8690
Web site: www.cmoa.org

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October 13, 2004

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