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JANUARY 25, 2012 Warhol Foundation Announces Fall 2011 Grants

The Andy Warhol Foundation is very pleased to announce its Fall 2011 grantees.  In mid-December the Foundation’s Board approved 21 grants to organizations around the country that support artists through exhibition programs, residencies, commissions, conferences and other professional development opportunities; 13 grants to museums to help produce solo and group exhibitions; 6 curatorial research fellowships to foster new scholarship in the field of contemporary art and one Wynn Kramarsky Freedom of Expression grant.

To read further about a selection of organizations and projects receiving funding look for the Learn More feature on the Awarded Grants page. The next deadline for applying to the foundation is March 1, 2012. Grant overview and guidelines are available online.

FALL 2011 GRANTS

Amerinda
$50,000
New York, NY
Curatorial Research Fellowship: David Bunn Martine
 
Armory Center for the Arts
 
$40,000
Pasadena, CA
"Tales of Tomorrow" Connie Samaras exhibition
 
Art Institute of Chicago
 
$100,000
Chicago, IL
"Steve McQueen" exhibition
 
Art International Radio
 
$60,000
New York, NY
Program Support (over 2 years)
 
Art, Design & Architecture Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
$60,000
Santa Barbara, CA
"The Stumbling Present" exhibition
 
The Association to Preserve the Eatonville Community
 
$70,000
Eatonville, FL
"Eatonville Envisioned" exhibition series
 
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive / University of California
 
$100,000
Berkeley, CA
"Silence" exhibition
 
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive / University of California
 
$23,170
Curatorial Research Fellowship: David Wilson
 
Brandywine Workshop
 
$50,000
Philadelphia, PA
Residency Program support
 
Casa Familiar
 
$50,000
San Diego, CA
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Teddy Cruz
 
The Center for Land Use Interpretation
 
$100,000
Culver City, CA
Program Support (over 2 years)
 
Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
 
$50,000
Houston, TX
"Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art" exhibition
 
Dallas Museum of Art
 
$100,000
Dallas, TX
"Jim Hodges: Sometimes Beauty" exhibition
 
Des Moines Art Center
 
$25,000
Des Moines, IA
"Leslie Hewitt: Untitled (Structures)" film installation
 
Detroit Institute of Arts
 
$100,000
Detroit, MI
Shirin Neshat exhibition
 
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$50,000
Acra, NY
Program Support (over 2 years)
 
Fowler Museum / University of California, Los Angeles
 
$75,000
Los Angeles, CA
"In Extremis: Death and Life in 21st Century Haitian Art" exhibition
 
Images Festival
 
$80,000
Toronto, Canada
Program support (over 2 years)
 
International Studio & Curatorial Program
$40,000
Brooklyn, NY
Public Program support (over 2 years)
 
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
$100,000
Sheboygan, WI
Exhibition Program support (over 2 years)
 
KTpress
$50,000
London, UK
n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal and a new series of e-books (over 2 years)
 
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
 
$75,000
Los Angeles, CA
"Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective" exhibition
 
Materials & Applications
 
$70,000
Los Angeles, CA
Program support  (over 2 years)
 
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
 
$100,000
Memphis, TN
Marisol exhibition and catalogue
 
North Carolina Museum of Art
 
$100,000
Raleigh, NC
"0 to 60: Contemporary Art and Time" exhibition
 
Orange County Museum of Art
 
$100,000
Newport Beach, CA
"Richard Jackson: Ain't Painting a Pain" exhibition
 
Pacific Association of Artist-Run Centres
 
$80,000
Vancouver, BC, Canada
"Institutions by Artists" project
 
Princeton University Art Museum
 
$11,235
Princeton, NJ
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Kelly Baum
 
Queens Museum of Art
 
$28,000
Queens, NY
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Arshiya Lokhandwala
 
Recess Activities
 
$75,000
New York, NY
Program Support (over 2 years)
 
Rhizome
 
$80,000
New York, NY
Program Support (over 2 years)
 
Root Division
 
$60,000
San Francisco, CA
Program Support (over 2 years)
 
Rutgers University Institute for Women and Art
 
$70,000
New Brunswick, NJ
"The Fertile Crescent Narrative: Gender, Art, and Society in the Middle East" project
 
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
 
$80,000
San Francisco, CA
"Six Lines of Flight" exhibition
 
SPACE Gallery
 
$150,000
Portland, ME
Exhibition Programming Support (over 3 years)
 
Studio Voltaire
 
$40,000
London, UK
"Jo Spence" exhibition
 
University Galleries at Illinois State University
 
$75,000
Normal, IL
Exhibition program support
 
Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
 
$120,000
Salt Lake City, UT
Exhibition Program Support (over 2 years)
 
Walker Art Center
 
$50,000
Minneapolis, MN
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Darsie Alexander
 
Yale University Art Gallery
 
$75,000
New Haven, CT
"Richard Artschwager: A Retrospective" catalogue
 
Wynn Kramarsky Freedom of Expression Grant: Proteus Fund
 
$150,000
Amherst, MA
Support for the Media Democracy Fund (over 2 years)