$50,000 - $100,000


Threewalls
$75,000
Chicago, IL
2022

To support research-and-development activities for Call-and-Response: Dreaming of a Future, an exhibition and publication project developed as part of Threewalls’s twentieth anniversary. The initiative explores community visions for the future and the institution’s place within the history of Black visual-art spaces and collectives in Chicago and other cities. The project is presented as part of the Terra Foundation initiative Art Design Chicago. 

Smarthistory
$68,000
Pleasantville, NY
2022

To fund Latinx Art Histories and Futures, a project to develop new content exploring Latinx art and art histories, to be published to the Smarthistory website for use by high school and college students as well as lifelong learners. 

Contemporary And
$86,000
Berlin, Germany
2022

To support three-day critical writing workshops for thirty emerging art writers in Atlanta and Dallas focusing, respectively, on Black and Latinx perspectives. The workshops address arts writing and reporting and offer the possibility to publish texts in Contemporary And (C&); they provide concrete tools to participants and engage with questions linked to local contexts. They are followed by a six-month mentoring program connecting eight mentee participants with local and international art writers with the aim of to expanding professional networks and providing opportunities for knowledge and experiencesharing from various local and global perspectives. 

Whitechapel Gallery
$66,000
London, United Kingdom
2022

To support Action / Gesture / Paint: A Global Story of the Women of Abstraction 1940–1970 at the Whitechapel Gallery, the Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles, and the Castello di Rivoli. This exhibition celebrates, on a global scale, the often lesser-known women artists of the mid-twentieth-century art movement known as Abstract Expressionism. A scholarly catalogue accompanies the exhibition.  

University of Kentucky Art Museum
$75,000
Lexington, KY
2022

To support John Yau Collaborations (working title) at the University of Kentucky Art Museum, the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives, and the Drawing Center. The exhibition examines the collaborative works created by the poet and art critic John Yau (b.1950) in partnership with visual artists over the past four decades. A robust catalogue accompanies the exhibition. 

The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
$71,000
New Paltz, NY
2022

To support Global Connections: Four Artists in New York in the 1920s (working title) at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art. This temporary loan exhibition is based on extensive research into histories of cross-cultural inspiration and influence among four diverse artists during the 1920s: Miguel Covarrubias, Isami Doi, Aaron Douglas, and Winold Reiss. Together these artists, hailing from diverse backgrounds, tell an original story of American art that raises challenging questions about histories of race, representation, and multiculturalism that remain relevant and necessary today. A robust catalogue accompanies the exhibition.  

National Portrait Gallery
$50,000
Washington, D.C
2022

To support 1898: U.S. Imperial Visions and Revisions. The exhibition focuses on individuals who significantly influenced the period that ushered in the rise of the U.S. as a world power and shaped the political futures of lands in the Caribbean and the Pacific. Portraiture serves as the primary narrative thread to weave together this tapestry of historic events, people, and places. A catalogue accompanies the exhibition. 

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
$75,000
Chicago, IL
2022

To support Gary Simmons: Public Enemy, a comprehensive survey of work by multidisciplinary artist Gary Simmons, presented in partnership with Pérez Art Museum Miami. 

Musée Picasso Paris
$80,000
Paris, France
2022

To support Faith Ringgold at Musée Picasso Paris. This exhibition surveys the career of Faith Ringgold (b. 1930), focusing on her relationship with France, the city of Paris, and particularly with Pablo Picasso. Ringgold’s work formulates ideas that engage in dialogue with Picasso’s work as a counterpoint to it. A catalogue accompanies the exhibition.  

Mint Museum of Art
$50,000
Charlotte, NC
2022

To support Southern/Modern at the Georgia Museum of Art, the Frist Museum of Art, and the Dixon Gallery and Gardens. The exhibition takes a broad, inclusive view of artists working in the South, including the central role played by female artists and artists of color. It is the first project to provide a comprehensive survey of progressive art created in the American South during the first half of the twentieth century. A scholarly catalogue accompanies the exhibition.