The 59th Carnegie International announces curators

Portrait of Danielle A. Jackson, Ryan Inouye and Liz Park. Photo: Sean
Eaton. Courtesy of Carnegie Museum of Art

Ryan Inouye, Danielle A. Jackson and Liz Park have been named the Kathe and Jim Patrinos Curators of the 59th Carnegie International, the longest running exhibition of international art in North America.

Before recently joining Carnegie Museum of Art  as the curator of international art, Ryan Inouye served as the associate curator of the previous edition of the Carnegie International, Is it morning for you yet? (2022) and was the senior curator at Sharjah Art Foundation. Memphis-born writer and critic Danielle A. Jackson is the curator at New York’s Artists Space, where she mounted exhibitions of Milford Graves, rafa esparza and Las Nietas de Nonó, before which she was a curatorial assistant in the Department of Media and Performance at the Museum of Modern Art. Liz Park is the Richard Armstrong Curator of Contemporary Art at Carnegie Museum of Art and served as the associate curator of the 57th Carnegie International in 2018.

The 59th edition of the Carnegie International is slated to be on view from 2 May 2026 to 3 January 2027 at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, PA.

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