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DECEMBER 18, 2017 Warhol Foundation Announces Fall 2017 Grant Recipients

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts is pleased to announce the recipients of programming and exhibition grants for fall 2017. In total 48 organizations will receive over $4 million in support of scholarly exhibitions, publications, and visual arts programming including artist residencies and new commissions. This list includes three Curatorial Fellowship Grantees. 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, 2018. Grant overview and guidelines are available here.

Aperture Foundation $100,000
New York, NY
Aperture magazine and related public programming (over 2 years)

Art Institute of Chicago $100,000
Chicago, IL
Tomma Abts exhibition

Atlanta Contemporary Art Center $75,000
Atlanta, GA
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)

Aurora Picture Show $85,000
Houston, TX
Program support (over 2 years)

Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive / University of California $50,000
Berkeley, CA
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Apsara DiQuinzio

Big Car $100,000
Indianapolis, IN
Program support (over 2 years)

California Lawyers for the Arts $60,000
San Francisco, CA
"Art for Justice Forums"

Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute $70,000
New York, NY
"Race, Myth, Art & Justice" exhibition

Chicago Artists Coalition $80,000
Chicago, IL
Exhibition and Residency program support (over 2 years)

Columbus Museum of Art $100,000
Columbus, OH
"Art after Stonewall, 1969 - 1989" exhibition

Cranbrook Art Museum $100,000
Bloomfield Hills, MI
"Landlord Colors: On Art, Economy and Materiality" exhibition

Dia Art Foundation $75,000
New York, NY
Charlotte Posenenske retrospective

Dirt Palace Public Projects $75,000

Providence, RI
"Ruffles, Repair & Ritual: The Fine Art of Fixing" exhibition

Fabric Workshop and Museum $100,000
Philadelphia, PA
Artist-in-Residence program support (over 2 years)

Fathomers $100,000
Los Angeles, CA
Program support (over 2 years)

Flux Factory $100,000
Queens, NY
Program support (over 2 years)

FRONT International $100,000
Cleveland, OH
Triennial for Contemporary Art

Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center $80,000
New York, NY
Creative Residency Program (over 2 years)

Institute 193 $50,000
Lexington, KY
Program support (over 2 years)

Japan Society $50,000
New York, NY
"Radicalism in the Wilderness: International Contemporaneity and 1960s Art in Japan" exhibition

Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art $50,000
New York, NY
"Rubbish and Dreams: Stephen Varble's Queer Costumes and 1970s SoHo" exhibition

The Luminary Center for the Arts $80,000

St. Louis, MO
Program support (over 2 years)

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth $35,000
Fort Worth, TX
"Laurie Simmons: Big Camera/Little Camera" exhibition

Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chicago $100,000
Chicago, IL
Program support (over 2 years)

Museum of Jurassic Technology $100,000
Culver City, CA
Program support (over 2 years)

Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University $100,000
Durham, NC
"Pop América 1965 - 1975" exhibition

National Coalition Against Censorship $150,000
New York, NY
Arts Advocacy Project (over 2 years)

Native Arts and Cultures Foundation $100,000
Vancouver, WA
Program support (over 2 years)

Neuberger Museum of Art $30,000
Purchase, NY
"Distribution" exhibition

Park Avenue Armory $100,000
New York, NY
Works by William Kentridge and Hito Steyerl

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts $100,000
Philadelphia, PA
"Rina Banerjee: Make Me a Summary of the World" exhibition

Philbrook Museum of Art $75,000
Tulsa, OK
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)

Phoenix Art Museum $100,000
Phoenix, AZ
"Agnes Pelton: Desert Transcendentalist" exhibition

Portland Art Museum $100,000
Portland, OR
"Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal..." exhibition

The Queens Museum $40,000
Queens, NY
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Larissa Harris

Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, University of Chicago $100,000
Chicago, IL
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)

Rhizome $100,000
New York, NY
Program support (over 2 years)

San Francisco Cinematheque $100,000
San Francisco, CA
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art $80,000
Scottsdale, AZ
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)

SITE Santa Fe $100,000
Santa Fe, NM
SITElines biennial exhibition 2018

Small Axe $100,000
New York, NY
"The Visual Life of Social Affliction" project

Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Art Center $100,000
Buffalo, NY
Program support (over 2 years)

Taller Puertorriqueño, Inc. $80,000
Philadelphia, PA
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)

UCLA Hammer Museum $100,000
Los Angeles, CA
"Made in L.A. 2018"

Ucross Foundation $70,000
Clearmont, WY
Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists (over 2 years)

Spencer Museum of Art / The University of Kansas $60,000
Lawrence, KS
"knowledges" exhibition

W.A.G.E. $60,000
Brooklyn, NY
Program support (over 2 years)

Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota $50,000
Minneapolis, MN
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Boris Oicherman