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JULY 8, 2013 Warhol Foundation Announces Spring 2013 Grant Recipients

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts is pleased to announce the recipients of programming and exhibition grants for spring 2013. In total 39 organizations in 16 states will receive over $3.6 million in support of scholarly exhibitions, publications, and visual arts programming including artist residencies and new commissions. 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 September 1, 2013. Grant overview and guidelines are available here.

SPRING 2013 GRANTS

Art Institute of Chicago
$100,000
Chicago, IL
"Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness" exhibition
 
Art21 Inc.
 
$100,000
New York, NY
"Art in the 21st Century (Season Seven)", "New York Close-up" and web-based outreach and engagement
 
The Aspen Institute
 
$75,000
Washington, DC
National Study of Artist-Endowed Foundations (over 3 years)
 
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center
 
$150,000
Atlanta, GA
Program support (over 2 years)
 
Aubin Pictures, Inc.
 
$100,000
New York, NY
"How to Become an Extreme Action Hero" film project
 
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
 
$100,000
Berkeley, CA
"The Possible" exhibition
 
BOMB/ New Art Publications, Inc.
 
$30,000
Brooklyn, NY
BOMB's Oral Histories Project
 
California Institute of the Arts
 
$80,000
Valencia, CA
Program support for the Gallery at REDCAT (over 2 years)  
 
Cannonball
 
$100,000
Miami, FL
Residency Program support (over 2 years)
 
Cinema Project
 
$10,000
Portland, OR
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Mia Ferm
 
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
 
$75,000
St. Louis, MO
Nicole Eisenman exhibition
 
Contemporary Arts Center
 
$100,000
New Orleans, LA
"En Mas': Carnival 21st Century Style" exhibition
 
Creative Time, Inc.
 
$150,000
New York, NY
Program support (over 2 years)
 
18th Street Arts Center
 
$90,000
Santa Monica, CA
Program Support (over 2 years)
 
The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
 
$60,000
New York, NY
EFA Project Space program support (over 2 years)
 
Fabric Workshop and Museum
 
$100,000
Philadelphia, PA
Program support (over 2 years)
 
The Hammer Museum, UCLA
 
$100,000
Los Angeles, CA
"Take it or Leave it: Institution, Image, Ideology" exhibition
 
High Museum of Art / Woodruff Arts Center, Inc.
$28,000
Atlanta, GA
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Lily Siegel
 
Hyde Park Art Center
$100,000
Chicago, IL
Exhibition and residency program support (over 2 years)
 
Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art $50,000
Indianapolis, IN
Exhibition support (over 2 years)
 
The Institute for Figuring
 
$70,000
Los Angeles, CA
Program support (over 2 years)
 
Machine Project
 
$150,000
Los Angeles, CA
Program support  (over 3 years)
 
MACLA/ Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana
 
$100,000
San Jose, CA
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
The Menil Collection
 
$60,000
Houston, TX
"Lee Bontecou: Drawn Worlds" exhibition
 
Museum of Contemporary African Diaspora Arts (MoCADA)
 
$80,000
Brooklyn, NY
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)
 
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
 
$100,000
Chicago, IL
Doris Salcedo exhibition
 
Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland
 
$100,000
Cleveland, OH
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)
 
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
 
$100,000
Los Angeles, CA
"Wrong Figures" exhibition
 
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
 
$50,000
Kansas City, MO
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Leesa Fanning
 
Santa Monica Museum of Art
 
$80,000
Santa Monica, CA
"Citizen Culture: Art and Architecture Shape Policy" exhibition
 
SITE Sante Fe
 
$100,000
Santa Fe, NM
"SITElines: Unsettled Lanscapes" exhibition
 
Space One Eleven
 
$150,000
Birmingham, AL
Program support (over 3 years)
 
Tacoma Art Museum
 
$100,000
Tacoma, WA
"Art AIDS America" exhibition
 
Taller Puertorriqueño, Inc.
 
$80,000
Philadelphia, PA
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)
 
The Velaslavasay Panorama
 
$40,000
Los Angeles, CA
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Sara Velas
 
Visual AIDS
 
$80,000
New York, NY
Publications program (over 2 years)
 
Walker Art Center
 
$90,000
Minneapolis, MN
"9 Artists" exhibition
 
White Columns
 
$105,000
New York, NY
($80,000) program support (over 2 years) and ($25,000) for Common Practice
   
Whitney Museum of American Art
$100,000
New York, NY  
"Rituals of Rented Island: Object Theatre, Loft Performance, and the New Psychodrama, Manhattan 1970-82" exhibition