Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

Grants

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Frankenthaler in her studio,

East 83rd Street, New York, 1973

Photograph by Edward Youkilis

2016 

 

American Academy in Rome, 2016-2017 season sponsor for international lecture series, “Conversations / Conversazioni.”

 

Archives of American Art,  support of oral history program.

 

Association of Art Museum Curators, operating support.

 

BOMB Magazine, operating support.

 

Brooklyn Museum, support for renovation of European galleries.  

 

Colorado Public Television, support for development of CPT12 PBS documentary, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.”

 

French-American Fund for Contemporary Art, operating support for Étant Donnés.

 

Grey Art Gallery, New York University, support for exhibition titled Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in New York City, 1952-1965.

 

Human Arts Association, support for post-production of documentary film about artist Elizabeth Murray.

 

Rose Art Museum, support of exhibition program.

 

Storm King Art Center, support of exhibition program.

 

The Dalton School, support for new visual art building.

 

 

2015 

 

Center for Contemporary Printmaking, operating support.

 

Des Moines Art Center, support for exhibition titled East and Beyond: Frankenthaler and her Contemporaries.

 

Dorsky Museum, support for exhibition titled Bradley Walker Tomlin.

 

International Foundation for Art Research, operating support.

 

MIT List Visual Arts Center, support for Joan Jonas’s presentation for U.S. Pavilion at 56th International Art Exhibition La Biennale Venezia, They Come to Us Without a Word.

 

Montclair Art Museum, support for exhibition titled Matisse and American Art.

 

museum in progress and International Friends of the Vienna State Opera, support for 2015-2016 “Safety Curtain” project, by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster.

 

The Aspen Institute, support for second-stage research on artist-endowed foundations.

 

The Brooklyn Rail, support for "In Conversation" series for 2015-2017.

 

The Drawing Center, program support for "Open Sessions" series.

 

Yaddo, support for creation of new ''live-work'' studio for visual artists.

 

 

2014

 

Bennington College, support to establish Helen Frankenthaler Fund for the Visual Arts, to advance the study of the arts at Bennington in new ways.

 

The Brooklyn Rail, support for publication, Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1.

 

The Clark Art Institute, support for conference “Make It New? Conversations on Mid-Century Abstraction.”

 

 

The Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant requests.