This past weekend, Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art opened the 2013 Carnegie International, the survey of contemporary art that it started in 1896 and now stages every five years or so. This year’s edition, some three years in the making, was organized by Daniel Baumann, Daniel Byers and Tina Kukielski. It is excellent. (You can read my review here.) Following below is a look at work by some of the 35 artists in the show, which also has a satellite location at the Braddock Carnegie Library, where the local collective Transformazium has started an Art Lending Collection. It has works by many artists from the International, including Mark Leckey, Pedro Reyes and Sadie Benning, and prompts the question, “Why doesn’t my local library branch have some art available to borrow?” And now the photos.