KOYO KOUOH is an internationally renowned, Dakar-based curator and educator who will spend two weeks as a scholar-in-residence at Pitt later this month and is deeply involved in the Carnegie International. Kouoh is the founding artistic director of RAW Material Company, a center for art, knowledge and society in Dakar, Senegal. As an independent curator, she has contributed to several major international exhibitions, including documenta 12 (2007) and 13 (2012); most recently, she curated the 2016 EVA International exhibition (Ireland's biennial). As part of her plans for the 57th Carnegie International exhibition (Oct. 2018-Mar. 2019), curator Ingrid Schaffner has invited Kouoh to create an exhibition-within-an-exhibition, entitled Dig Where You Stand, which will be drawn from from Carnegie Museum of Art's permanent collection of African and other "non-western" artworks and artifacts.
Wednesday, January 24
Koyo Kouoh Brown Bag Workshop
4180 Posvar Hall
Global Studies Center along with Department of History of Art and Architecture, Carnegie Museums and Hewlitt Foundation