Two days in October tell a divided story of American culture in 2018. On Oct. 13, a brisk Saturday morning, Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art threw open the doors to its 57th biennial exhibition, the Carnegie International. To the facade of the museum’s Beaux Arts building, which bears the surnames...


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