$50,000 - $100,000


Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum
$70,000
Miami, Florida
2021

To support In the Mind’s Eye: Landscapes of Cuba and US/Cuba Cultural Exchange at the Patricia & Philip Frost Art Museum. This exhibition is an exploration of American painters active from 1850 to 1910 whose landscape portrayals of Cuba reflect social, political, and ideological changes in both countries. English- and Spanish-language catalogues accompany the exhibition.

Katonah Museum of Art
$50,000
Katonah, New York
2021

To support Arrivals at the Katonah Museum of Art. This exhibition explores a variety of American peoples’ origins and/or arrival stories to the United States. An English-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Harvard Art Museums
$100,000
Cambridge, Massachusetts
2021

To support Devour the Land: War and American Landscape Photography since 1970 at the Harvard Art Museums. This exhibition is an investigation into US military activities and their role as the nation’s leading source of pollution through a presentation of more than 100 photographs that explores issues of militarism, pollution, ecology, public health, land use, feminism, race, and activism. An English-language catalogue accompanies this exhibition.

Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami
$100,000
North Miami, Florida
2021

To support My name is Maryan, an exhibition to take place at two venues: Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, and Tel Avi Museum of Art. This retrospective critically examines all periods of the postwar avant-garde artist Maryan. English- and Hebrew-language catalogues accompany the exhibition.

Museum der Moderne Salzburg
$50,000
Salzburg, Austria
2021

To support Teasing Chaos. David Tudor at the Museum der Moderne Salzburg. This retrospective is a comprehensive look at the pioneering work of David Tudor in the field of live electronics and his interdisciplinary collaborations with significant but lesser-known contemporary visual artists. German- and English-language catalogues accompany the exhibition.

Swiss Institute
$91,000
New York, New York
2021

To support Rosemary Mayer, an exhibition to take place at four venues: Swiss Institute, Kunstverein (Dusseldorf), Lenbachhaus, and Spike Island. This survey of the career of Rosemary Mayer explores the artist’s radical experiments in sculpture, paintings, drawing, and performance. An English-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Minneapolis Institute of Art
$100,000
Minneapolis, Minnesota
2021

To support Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the first museum exhibition to examine broadly the centrality of otherworldly concerns and the spectral imagination to American artists. An English-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Yale University Art Gallery
$100,000
New Haven, Connecticut
2021

To support Mickalene Thomas/Against the Sharp White Background at the Yale University Art Gallery. The exhibition positions Mickalene Thomas in the dual role of artist and curator. The exhibition is the first of its kind, blending Thomas’s work with pre-Civil War-era portraits of African American sitters. An English-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

The Newberry Library
$50,000
Chicago, Illinois
2021

To support Chicago Avant-Garde: Six Women Ahead of Their Time at The Newberry Library. The exhibition explores the experimental culture that emerged in Chicago across a range of artistic disciplines during the first half of the twentieth century. An English-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Smarthistory
$66,000
Pleasantville, New York
2021

To support a revised version of the Terra Foundation for American Art’s website “Civil War in Art: Teaching and Learning from Chicago Collections” (Civilwarinart.org), to be published on Smarthistory’s website, which incorporates updated scholarship and additional works of art to better reflect contemporary and historical perspectives (particularly those of Black, Indigenous, Hispanic, and women scholars and artists) on the war and its legacy, and on Civil War monuments as contemporary sites of discourse and activism.