Public Art Fund
New York, New York

To support the Chicago installation of a multi-city exhibition of work by Wendy Red Star, an Oregon-based multimedia artist and member of the Apsáalooke (Crow) nation. Red Star will develop ten to fifteen new works that challenge the representations of Crow people in United States museums following extensive research at museums and archives in Chicago, Boston, and New York City. 

Swiss Institute
New York, New York

To support Karen Lamassonne at the Swiss Institute; KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin; and Medellín Museum of Modern Art in Spain. Organized in collaboration with Karen Lamassonne, the exhibition is the first institutional survey of the Colombian American artist, presenting more than 70 multimedia artworks that span her decades-long career. A bilingual (Spanish/English) catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Whitney Museum of American Art
New York, New York

To support Edward Hopper’s New York (working title) at the Whitney Museum and the Seoul Museum of Art in Korea. The exhibition brings together more than 200 works along with a trove of little-known personal materials from the Whitney’s newly acquired Sanborn Hopper Archive to offer unprecedented insights into Edward Hopper’s world and his way of working. An English-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Musées de la Métropole Rouen Normandie
Rouen, France

To support Sheila Hicks: Off-limits at the Corderie Vallois Industrial Museum, a former textile factory in Rouen that retains its original nineteenth-century hydraulic operation. This exhibition of American artist Sheila Hicks comprises a specially created installation by Hicks that transforms the old factory into a huge textile piece, in addition to more than 20 artworks that span her decades-long career. A French-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal
Montreal, Canada

To support Designed by Women (working title) at the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal. The exhibition presents a history of American and Canadian women in design from 1870 to 2021, showcasing some 350 artworks and exploring the ways design has propelled social change. A bilingual (French/English) catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Berlin, Germany

To support Martin Wong: Malicious Mischief, the first large-scale monographic exhibition in Europe of the Chinese-Mexican-American artist Martin Wong. The traveling show presents more than 100 artworks around thematic groupings of place, framing the artist as a key proponent of the countercultural scenes of the United States in which he lived and worked. An English-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen
Düsseldorf, Germany

To support Anne Truitt: Color in Space at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid and the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen. The first survey exhibition of American painter, sculptor, and writer Anne Truitt presents 80 artworks across four decades to explore her role as a pioneer of minimalism. Catalogues in German, Spanish, and English accompany the exhibition. 

Hamburger Kunsthalle
Hamburg, Germany

To support Double Vision, the first joint exhibition of German artist Gerhard Richter and American artist Vija Celmins. Organized with the support of both artists, the exhibition explores the striking parallels between these two contemporaries through 65 works of different media. A bilingual (German/English) catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Chisenhale Gallery
London, United Kingdom

To support Circe (working title), the first major solo exhibition in a UK institution of Los Angeles–based artist Nikita Gale. Comprising boundary-pushing sculpture and audio components, the installation draws on a long tradition of African American storytelling to articulate the complexities of the contemporary moment. A catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Bard Graduate Center
New York, New York

To support the presentation of Majolica Mania: Transatlantic Pottery in England and the United States, 1850–1915 at a museum in Stoke-on-Trent, England. Comprising 178 works, the traveling exhibition traces the history of majolica from its beginnings in England to its transformation in the United States, where it shaped American decorative arts and visual culture. A three-volume catalogue accompanies the exhibition.