GRAHAM SHEARING has been an art critic in Pittsburgh for nearly thirty years and before that was an arts writer in London.
Visions of Order and Chaos: The Enlightened EyeBy David Carrier and Graham Shearing
In his late, short book St. Mark’s Rest (1877), John Ruskin says that nations compose their autobiographies in three ways: in “the book of their deeds, the book of their words, and the book of their art.”
Carnegie International, 57th EditionBy David Carrier and Graham Shearing
No curatorial task is more difficult than assembling an international survey exhibition. If in Pittsburgh, the task is further complicated by the history of the Carnegie Museum and its Internationals.