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Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Program Announces 2014 Grants

Arts Writers Program

Arts Writers Program

The recipients of the 2014 Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Program were announced today. The program has awarded a total of $600,000 to twenty writers in four categories—articles, blogs, books and short-form writing. The individual prizes range from $6,000 to $50,000.

According to a statement from the organization, “These grants support projects addressing both general and specialized art audiences, from scholarly studies to self-published blogs.”

The winners in full are below.

Articles
Elissa Auther, Senga Nengudi: The Performing Body (Denver, CO)
Andrea K. Scott, No Picnic: The Rematerialization of Digital Art (New York, NY)
Aliza Shvarts, Unseen Acts: The Material Force of Nothing (Brooklyn, NY)

Blogs
Kate Palmer Albers, Project K: Photography and Art in the Age of Social Media (Los Angeles, CA)
Christopher Howard, In Terms Of (Brooklyn, NY)
Silvia Kolbowski, Another platform for art (New York, NY)
Lee Rosenbaum, CultureGrrl (Fort Lee, NJ)
Daniel Temkin, esoteric.codes (Astoria, NY)

Books
Erin Aldana, Xerox Art in Brazil and Argentina, 1970-1980 (San Diego, CA)
Svetlana Boym, Off Modern (Cambridge, MA)
Kaira M. Cabañas, Expressive Restraint: Modern Art and Madness in Brazil and Beyond (Rio de Janiero, Brazil)
Suzanne Hudson, Better for the Making: Art, Therapy, Process (Santa Monica, CA)
Sharon Irish, Stephen Willats in the Yew Kay (Urbana, IL)
Janet Koplos, The Loyal Opposition: The Life and Times of Chicago’s Controversial New Art Examiner (St. Paul, MN)
Rachael Rakes and Leo Goldsmith, Media Metahistory: The Radical Art and Ideas of Peter Watkins (Brooklyn, NY)
Andrew Wasserman, Bang! We’re All Dead! The Places of Nuclear Fear in 1980s America (Ruston, LA)

Short-Form Writing
Johanna Fateman (New York, NY)
Corrine Fitzpatrick (Brooklyn, NY)
Maurice Berger (New York, NY)
James Trainor (New York, NY)

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