Heads up Instagrammers:
Carnegie Museum of Art wants to get your perspective on life. Show us how photography can gather moments to tell a bigger story.
The one rule—your story should be authentic. If something is “on fleek,” we don’t want to see it. Keep your sunsets, magazine-quality food shots, and perfectly styled selfies. We want to see the reality of your world, good, bad, and meh. So don’t hold back on details others might miss or your unique perspectives—as long as it’s your truth, we want to see it.
Simply post to Instagram using the hashtag #carnegieartrealday. We’ll collect images and share each person’s real life at carnegieart.org/realday and on a display in the exhibition gallery. Also, at the end of the exhibition, we’ll ask local musicians to write songs using the #carnegieartrealday submissions as inspiration.
#carnegieartrealday is a program of Strength in Numbers at Carnegie Museum of Art, which draws from all four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh to show how photography in groups can convey the perspectives of individual photographers. Photographers like Garry Winogrand, the quintessential street photographer observing the world around him as it rushed by; LaToya Ruby Frazier, sharing her perspectives on her native Braddock, PA, through intimate views of her family life; or Larry Clark, portraying the lives of his drug-addicted friends as only an insider can.
Now it’s your turn to share your real perspectives with the community.