Current Exhibitions

Sebastian Errazuriz: Look Again

September 6, 2014 – January 12, 2015



In his first solo museum exhibition, the multi-faceted designer and artist Sebastian Errazuriz challenges audiences with work that is lyrical, macabre, bizarre, and eloquent.  

Through found and repurposed objects, unexpected interventions, and meticulously crafted interactive furniture, Sebastian Errazuriz surprises, provokes, and engages at every turn, asking viewers to rethink the everyday, to confront the transience of life, and question the status quo. A desk lamp resurrects a discarded taxidermy duck; a floating coffin with an outboard motor offers an escape from life with style and flair; a cabinet guards its contents with armor of bamboo spikes; and folding chairs, painted with the slogans of Occupy Wall Street protesters, carry the messages of the 99% into the homes of the art collectors in the 1%. Not to be missed, this exhibition will reveal Errazuriz’s wide-ranging talent and his ability to be simultaneously shocking and irreverent, yet profoundly sensitive and humbling.

Sebastian Errazuriz: Look Again
is the 73rd installment of Carnegie Museum of Art's Forum series. This exhibition is organized by Rachel Delphia, The Alan G. and Jane A. Lehman Curator of Decorative Arts and Design.

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Sebastian Errazuriz, Duck Lamp, 2004, taxidermy duck, metal, acrylic, and lamp components. Image courtesy of Sebastian Errazuriz Studio. Photo: Ari Espay   

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Sebastian Errazuriz, Time Lapse, 2013, customized vintage racing motorcycle with taxidermy bird. Image courtesy of Sebastian Errazuriz Studio 

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Sebastian Errazuriz, Boat Coffin, 2009, wood, metal fittings, cotton, and stainless steel. Image courtesy of Sebastian Errazuriz Studio 



Exhibition Credits

Support for Sebastian Errazuriz: Look Again has been provided by The Fellows of Carnegie Museum of Art, the Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Foundation, Richard L. Simmons, and Gordon and Kenny Nelson. General operating support for Carnegie Museum of Art is provided by The Heinz Endowments and Allegheny Regional Asset District. Carnegie Museum of Art receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.