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Rust Belt Bound

From Newfoundland To New York and now Cleveland, Andria Hickey is making her mark on the American contemporary art scene ... Modern Painters associate editor Juliet Helmke spoke to the former Public Art Fund curator about her new post at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, the top shows of 2016, and her new hometown team, the Cavaliers ...
in.blouinartinfo.com | 28.06.2017 21:30 .

‘Todd Gray: My Life in the Bush with MJ & Iggy’ at MoAD, San Francisco

Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), San Francisco, is hosting an exhibition by Todd Gray, titled 'My Life in the Bush with MJ & Iggy’, on view through August 27, 2017. Stemming from the archival images of Gray’s time as Michael Jackson’s personal photographer through the 1980s and his experience living and documenting rock & roll in Los Angeles, these works problematize images and demonstrate the ways in which we highlight and obfuscate black cultural roots in our collective social memory. Gray’s practice is not only based on the creation of a photograph, but is also deeply invested in exposing the intentional choices inherent in the production of an image and how that might be a reflection of social conditions. Todd Gray (b. 1954, Los Angeles, CA) works in photography, performance and sculpture.. He was the receipient of a Rockefeller Foundation Grant in 2016. The exhibition is on view at MoAD, 685 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94105, USA. For details, visit: www.moadsf.org                                         Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the exhibition. ...
enjp.blouinartinfo.com | 28.06.2017 05:31 .

Arts Council England unveils first major grant programme since Nicholas Serota took over as chairman

Funding is being shifted away from the largest London arts organisations towards the regions. The council’s National Portfolio grants, which support local arts organisations, will total £409m a year from 2018 to 2022 (83% of this comes from government grant-in-aid and 17% from the National Lottery ... Firstsite, a contemporary gallery in Colchester, has also recently faced financial problems, but now has Arts Council funding confirmed. The Arts Council has been increasingly concerned about regional inequality, with an overconcentration of spending in London ... However, local authority museums have faced real-term cuts of 30% since 2010, and Arts Council funding “cannot make up that shortfall ...
theartnewspaper.com | 28.06.2017 00:00 .

Estimates Keep the Imp-Mod Market in Check at Christie’s London Evening Sale

The average hammer price for the 30 lots sold was £4.4m. The most desirable Impressionist and Modern art is quite valuable and, as such, has become more of a tangible asset than other categories ...
artmarketmonitor.com | 28.06.2017 00:00 .

MoMA gets $50m from Steven and Alexandra Cohen for expansion

The foundation, for which Alexandra serves as the president, was established in 2001. Alongside arts funding, it also puts money in children's health, education and Lyme disease research, among other areas ...
theartnewspaper.com | 27.06.2017 00:00 .

Threatened Walsall gallery saved by Arts Council grant

The New Art Gallery Walsall, which has been under threat of deep public funding cuts, has been saved by a four-year £3.5m grant from Arts Council England, which was announced today (27 June ... wrote a letter to the Guardian newspaper protesting against the threatened closure, which they described as “a devastating blow to the life of the community”.  The decision was postponed earlier this year amid discussions with Arts Council England ... the gallery’s other major funder. The Arts Council's latest grant will now ensure funding of £881,000 a year until 2022 ...
theartnewspaper.com | 27.06.2017 00:00 .

Billionaire Steven Cohen Gives $50 Million Gift to Museum of Modern Art

Billionaire Steven A. Cohen and his wife Alexandra gave $50 million to the Museum of Modern Art in New York for its capital campaign.Steven Cohen Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg The unrestricted gift, made through the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation, will support MoMA’s expansion project that will add 50,000 square feet of gallery space -- a 30 percent increase -- when it’s completed in 2019. Cohen, who joined the museum’s board of trustees in 2016, is the latest billionaire to contribute to the $400 million expansion. David Geffen donated $100 million in 2016. “Alex and I have always believed that the arts can, and should, enrich all people’s lives,” Cohen, the founder of Point72 Asset Management, said in a statement from MoMA. MoMA will create the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Center for Special Exhibitions, its largest contiguous gallery where major shows are staged, on the sixth floor of the current building, the museum said in the statement. “This gift will have an extraordinary impact on our ability to present exhibitions at a scale that is virtually unprecedented,” Glenn Lowry, MoMA’s director, said in the statement. Cohen, an avid art collector, recently spent more than $165 million on a Roy Lichtenstein painting, “Masterpiece,” in a private transaction. ...
bloomberg.com | 27.06.2017 00:00 .

MoMA Receives $50 M. Gift From Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation to Support Expansion

His new fund—now named Point72 Asset Management, rest in peace SAC Capital—is expected to pursue $20 billion in funding, a record ... But this hasn’t curbed his art-buying habits. It was revealed earlier this month that Cohen bought Roy Lichtenstein’s Masterpiece (1962) for $165 million from Agnes Gund, who plans to use $100 million from the deal to start a criminal justice reform fund ...
artnews.com | 27.06.2017 00:00 .

Pinault’s (circular) designs on Paris

François Pinault and Aillagon emphasised the differences between the project and the city’s Vuitton Foundation, which has recently been criticised in the French press for relying heavily on state support (firms can deduct 60% of their investment in an art foundation from their profits ...
theartnewspaper.com | 26.06.2017 00:00 .

Writers Victoria announce inaugural Neilma Sidney Literary Travel Fund

With the recent demise of several travel funds and ongoing cuts to national arts funding, literary professionals are finding it harder and harder to seek opportunities for their creative and professional development.” The Neilma Sidney Literary Travel Fund will invest in Australian writers and writing ...
artsreview.com.au | 26.06.2017 00:00 .

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