A row of children, wearing paper hats, sitting in front of an architectural relief in the museum’s hall of architecture

Members of the Tam O’Shanter Art Class for Children, Hall of Architecture, 1932

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Stories That Matter, Artfully Told

Masters of Tomorrow

Issue 01

How does contemporary art help us better understand the world? In this issue of Storyboard, which examines the artists and artworks featured in the 2018 Carnegie International—America’s oldest survey exhibition of contemporary art—our contributors approach this question from a variety of perspectives. Drawing on works by Kerry James Marshall, Tavares Strachan, Dayanita Singh, Postcommodity, and El Anatsui, these stories investigate the importance of artistic response in turbulent times.

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Raindrops cover a pane of glass in the foreground. Beyond, a large green vehicle is partially visible.

Travelogue: Navigating the Foreground

In this fifth and final Travelogue for the Carnegie International, Angie Keefer offers dreamlike dispatches from the Philippines, Vietnam, and Singapore.