Grants & Funding

Bloggers Paddy Johnson, Anjali Srinivasan, and Yuka Otani get Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Writing Grants

The Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Program has announced the grantees for the final round of its three-year pilot phase. Designed to encourage and reward writing about contemporary art that is rigorous, passionate, eloquent and precise, as well as to create a broader audience for arts writing, the program aims to strengthen the field as a whole and to ensure that critical writing remains a valued mode of engaging the visual arts. This is the first year that art bloggers have been eligible to apply. Representing a range of genres from scholarly studies to self-published blogs, the 27 selected projects, listed below, are united by their dual commitment to the craft of writing and the advancement of critical discourse on contemporary visual art. The grants range from 7,000 USD to 50,000 USD in four categories�articles, books, short-form writing, and blogs/new and alternative media�and support projects addressing both general and specialized art audiences. (Via ArtCalZine Twitter)

Art Bloggers:
Paddy Johnson, Art Fag City (Blog/New Media); New York, NY (Congratulations, Paddy!)
Anjali Srinivasan and Yuka Otani
, Post-Glass Artists: Glass Guerillas (Blog/New Media); Columbus, OH and New York, NY

Other categories:
C. Carr
, Some Kind of Grace: A Biography of David Wojnarowicz (Book);
New York, NY
Jessica Chalmers, Update on the Transgression Economy (Article); South Bend, IN
Darby English, Abstracts of Intimacy (Book); Chicago, IL
Mich�le Faguet, “Pornomiseria”: Origins and Recontextualization of a Critical Term (Article); Berlin, Germany
Mia Fineman, Phoning It in (Article); New York, NY
Joseph Grigely, HUO [Hans Ulrich Obrist] (Book); Chicago, IL
Mark Harris, Publico: Five Years (Article); Cincinnati, OH
Kathryn Hixson, Particular: Essays from the Middle States (Short-Form Writing); Evanston, IL
Branden Joseph, Lee Lozano: Grass Piece (Book); New York, NY
Douglas Kahn, Arts of the Spectrum: In the Nature of Electromagnetism (Book); San Francisco, CA
Jonathan Katz, Art, Eros, and the Sixties (Book); Philadelphia, PA
Judith Russi Kirshner, Voices and Images of Italian Feminism (Article); Chicago, IL
Christy Lange, Exhibition Reviews of Emerging Female Photographers (Short-Form Writing); Berlin, Germany
Annette Leddy, Robert Watts’s Spage Age Home (Article); Los Angeles, CA
Julian Myers and Edgar Arceneaux, Mirror-Travel in the Motor City (Book);
San Francisco, CA and Los Angeles, CA
Frances Negr�n-Muntaner, The Art Came From Her (Article); New York, NY
Viet Nguyen, An Eye for an Eye: The Vietnam War in Contemporary Art (Article); Cambridge, MA
Peter Plagens, Bruce Nauman�The Venice Projects (Article); New York, NY
Lyle Rexer, Sights Unseen: the Rise of Abstraction in Contemporary Photography (Book); Brooklyn, NY
Joan Rothfuss, Topless Cellist: The Improbable Life of Charlotte Moorman (Book); Minneapolis, MN
Alix Rule, Back to School: Learning Communities in Contemporary Art (Short-Form Writing); Berlin, Germany
Judith Stein, “The Eye of the Sixties”: A Biography of Richard Bellamy (Book); Philadelphia, PA
Roberto Tejada, Mexico City Specific (Book); Austin, TX
Lori Waxman, 60 Wrd/Min Art Critic (Short-Form Writing); Chicago, IL
Jonathan Weinberg, Pier Groups: Art Along the Manhattan Waterfront (Book); New Haven, CT

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