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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Carnegie Museum of Art; Kansas City, Missouri: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; New York: Skira Rizzoli, 2012, p.
The Carnegie Museum of Art purchased Harris' entire collection in 2001, through the Heinz Family Fund.
His works have been widely exhibited, including at Fine Art Society (London, UK), Palazzo Delle Papesse, Centro Arte Contemporanea (Siena, Italy), Royal Hibernian Academy (Dublin, Ireland), Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, The New York Historical Society, Zacheta National Gallery of Art (Warsaw, Poland), The Studio Museum in Harlem, Miami Art Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago, Pace Roberts Foundation for Contemporary Art, Carnegie Museum of Art, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Biennial Dakar (Dakar, Senegal), Saint Louis Art Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego.
His 80,000 negatives are now owned by the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.
On the heels of the decidedly sci-fi Orange County Museum of Art's California Biennial (2006), "Alien Nation" at London's Institute for Contemporary Art (2006-07), Toby Kamps and Alex Baker's Independent Curators International traveling show "Space is the Place" (2006-08), and the Barbican Art Gallery's "Aliens and Art" (2008), Carnegie Museum of Art curator Douglas Fogle brings us "Life on Mars," the 55th Carnegie International (May 3, 2008--January 11, 2009).
The skulls were apparently part of the exhibit Fierce Friends: Artists & Animals in the Industrial Era, 1750-1900 hosted by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and subsequently by the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.
The best places for viewing the works of a young generation of London-based architects may be the city's canals, judging from the exhibition Gritty Brits, currently showing at the Heinz Architectural Center at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art. Organised by curator Raymund Ryan, Gritty Brits uses these waterways in a series of contextual photos by David Grandorge as a multi-layered theme to link the designs of six young London-based firms.
PITTSBURGH -- Carnegie Museum of Art announced that board member William E.
Among them, The Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History and contemporary gallery The Mattress Factory will absorb you for hours.
This fall, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust inaugurates a new citywide arts initiative, the Pittsburgh International Festival of First, a 16-day affair coinciding with the 54th Carnegie International exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
The photographs and negatives were then given to his family, housed at the Carnegie Museum of Art, and just recently compiled by an editorial panel that was organized to breathe new interest in the photographer's work.
Selected works by William Morris can be seen at the Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina, through March 31; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, April 6--July 7; Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, April 15--July 15; and Santa Cruz Museum of Art, August 17--October 28, 2002.
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