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  2. History of the Carnegie International The Founding When Pittsburgh industrialist Andrew Carnegie founded Carnegie Institute in , one of his bold ambitions was to create a museum of modern art. The series of contemporary art exhibitions he established the following year became the linchpin of that scheme. Through the exhibitions, Carnegie sought to educate and .
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