Teiger Basis Awards $4.2 Million To Curatorial Initiatives

The Teiger Foundation lately introduced it has awarded a complete of $4.2 million in help of “curator-led tasks, coalitions, and local weather motion throughout the discipline of latest artwork.” Established in 2008, Teiger Basis expanded its grantmaking actions following the posthumous sale of the gathering of its benefactor, American administration advisor and artwork collector David Teiger (1929 – 2014); it’s at this time one of many largest organizations of its form, with a concentrate on supporting the work of curators. “The grants we’re making inside our 2023 fiscal 12 months are reflective of the Basis’s thrilling trajectory,” the muse’s government director Larissa Harris stated in an announcement,“considered one of more and more formidable exercise supporting boundary-pushing curatorial tasks and coalitions.” 

Of the $4.2 million whole, $3.3 million was awarded to thirty-nine recipients by means of the Basis’s inaugural Name for Proposals, a brand new program meant to “deal with essential gaps in funding for up to date artwork curators.” These grants will variously fund main new exhibitions, curatorial analysis, multi-year programming at smaller-scale organizations, and the presentation and neighborhood integration of touring exhibits. Among the many recipients are The Kitchen’s government director and chief curator Legacy Russell, who will arrange the forthcoming exhibition “Code Change: Distributing Blackness, Reprogramming Web Artwork”; Corita Artwork Middle curator and collections Supervisor Olivian Cha, who will digitize the archive of Sister Corita Kent; artist, curator, and educator Drew Kahuʻāina Broderick, who, in partership with the Pu’uhonua Society in Honolulu, is will undertake analysis for an exhibition inviting artists to rethink a nineteenth-century monument to Captain Cook dinner on the island of Hawaiʻi; and Modern Artwork Museum St. Louis affiliate curator Misa Jefferies, who, along with bringing the Walker Artwork Middle’s “Paul Chan: Breathers” to her establishment, will develop a brand new program whereby every new voter who registers on the museum will obtain free print by Chan. The remaining $900,000 was allotted in continued help of previous grantees—together with the organizations Los Angeles Visible Artwork Coalition (LAVA), Artists Commit, Artwork into Acres, Artwork + Local weather Motion, and Ki Tradition—whose work focuses on “advancing local weather motion and coalition constructing throughout the visible arts.”

A full listing of the Teiger Basis’s 2023 grants is beneath.

Single Exhibition Grants

Alex Klein, The Modern Austin
“Carl Cheng: Nature By no means Loses”

Alexis Lowry, Dia Artwork Basis
“Delcy Morelos”

Dan Leers, Carnegie Museum of Artwork
“Widening the Lens: Images, Ecology, and the Modern Panorama”

Diya Vij, Artistic Time
“New Pink Order: The World’s Unfair”

Howie Chen, Jayne Cole, christina ong, 80 Washington Sq. East, NYU
“Legacies: The Asian American Artwork Motion on the East Coast (1969-2001)”

Kathleen Goncharov, Boca Raton Museum of Artwork
“Smoke and Mirrors: Magical Considering in Modern Artwork”

Kelly Kivland, Wexner Middle for the Arts
“Tanya Lukin Linklater”

Lauren Haynes, Caitlin Julia Rubin, Queens Museum
“Lyle Ashton Harris: Our first and final love”

Legacy Russell, The Kitchen
“Code Change: Distributing Blackness, Reprogramming Web Artwork”

Ozi Uduma, Paul M. Farber, College of Michigan Museum of Artwork
“You’re Welcome”

Stefanie Hessler, Swiss Institute

Tina Kukielski, Jurrell Lewis, Art21
Artwork within the Twenty-First Century (Seasons 11 and 12)

Vic Brooks, Nida Ghouse, EMPAC—Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Middle at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
“Shifting Middle”

Three 12 months Programming Grants

Andrea Andersson, Jordan Amirkhani, Rivers Institute for Modern Artwork & Thought

Arnaldo Rodríguez-Bagué with Beta-Native, Beta-Native

Ashley DeHoyos Sauder, Xandra Eden, DiverseWorks

Dan Byers, Carpenter Middle for the Visible Arts

Gean Moreno, Natalia Zuluaga, [NAME] Publications

Kalaija Mallery, The Luminary

Makayla Bailey, Michael Connor, Celine Wong Katzman, Rhizome

Mary V. Bordeaux, Racing Magpie

Olivian Cha, Corita Artwork Middle Sohrab Mohebbi, Kyle Dancewicz, SculptureCenter

Sophia Cosmadopoulous, Anna Schechter, Summertime Gallery

Tempestt Hazel, Kate Hadley Toftness, Sixty Inches from Middle

Tizziana Baldenebro, SPACES

Analysis Grants

Abby Chen, Vicky Do, Việt Lê, Arlette Quynh-Anh Tran, Asian Artwork Museum

Amara Antilla, Modern Arts Middle

Drew Kahuʻāina Broderick, Puʻuhonua Society

Grace Deveney, The Artwork Institute of Chicago

Jessamine Batario, Colby School Museum of Artwork

Lian Ladia, 500 Capp Avenue

Sarah Rifky, Noah Simblist, Dominic Asmall Willsdon, Institute for Modern Artwork at Virginia Commonwealth College

Touring Exhibition Grants

Jamillah James, Museum of Modern Artwork Chicago,
“Rebecca Morris: 2001-2022”

Jill Dawsey, Lauren Schell Dickens, Museum of Modern Artwork San Diego
“Kelly Akashi: Formations”

Misa Jeffereis, Pavel S. Pyś, Matthew Villar Miranda, Modern Artwork Museum St. Louis
“Paul Chan: Breathers”

Naine Terena, Claudia Mattos Avolese, Dina Deitsch, Thierry Fonseca de Freitas, Jr., Tufts College Artwork Galleries “Véxoa: We Know”

Patricia Lee Daigle, Christine Y. Kim, Dr. Liz Andrews, Memphis Brooks Museum of Artwork
“Black American Portraits”

Sheila Bergman, Curlee R. Holton, Heather Sincavage, UCR ARTS, The David C. Driskell Middle, Sordoni Artwork Gallery
“David C. Driskell and Buddies: A Collaboration of Creativity and Friendship”

Further Grants

Artwork + Local weather Motion, San Francisco, CA

Artwork into Acres, California, USA

Artists Commit, New York, NY

Ki Tradition, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Los Angeles Visible Arts (LAVA), Los Angeles, CA