Support Hyperallergic’s independent arts journalism.
Art Movements is a weekly index of developments centering the people of the arts and culture sphere. Listen to our weekly podcast of the same name on iTunes.
The American Academy in Rome has named the winners of its 2019–20 Rome Prize and Italian Fellowships. [Artforum]
Sanford Biggers, Karl Kellner, and Min Jin Lee were inducted in the Hall of Fame of the New York Foundation for the Arts. [NYFA]
Lee Bul was awarded the annual Ho-Am Prize for the Arts. [Artsy]
The estate of the late artist Katthy Cavaliere has awarded $100,000 grants for Australian women working in performance and installation art to Frances Barrett, Giselle Stanborough, and Sally Rees. [Artforum]
Aretha Franklin was posthumously awarded a Pulitzer Prize. [NYT]
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has announced the 168 scholars, artists, and writers who will receive this year’s Guggenheim Fellowships. [Guggenheim]
The Mike Kelley Foundation has awarded $400,000 in grants to 10 Los Angeles art organizations: 18th Street Arts Center; California State University Dominguez Hills; Dirty Looks Inc.; Echo Park Film Center; Equitable Vitrines; Ford Theatre Foundation; IF Innovation Foundation; Los Angeles Poverty Department; Pomona College Museum of Art; and the Huntington Library. [Art Daily]
A haunting photograph by John Moore, depicting an asylum-seeking Honduran mother being detained by an ICE agent while her daughter cries, has won the World Press Photo Award. [Art Daily]
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation has named the winners of its $3.17 million in grant funding. [ARTnews]
Yto Barrada, Arthur Jafa, and Rayyane Tabet are the nominees for this year’s Prix International d’Art Contemporain. [ARTnews]
Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo was awarded the Independent Curators International’s Leo award for arts patrons. [ARTnews]
LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) is offering two full-time paid summer internships for college students through the Getty Marrow Internship Program. The positions are Curatorial Intern and Communications and Marketing Intern. Applications are due April 26. [LACE]
Austen Barron Bailly was appointed chief curator of the Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas. [Artforum]
Mandy El-Sayegh is now represented by Lehmann Maupin. [ARTnews]
Louis Grachos was appointed executive director of the Palm Springs Art Museum in Southern California. [via email announcement]
Olga Generalovawas named director of Lubov gallery in New York. The Gallery will soon relocate to Chinatown. [ARTnews]
Anthony Hernandez is now represented by Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery in Los Angeles. [ARTnews]
Lily Kwong received the inaugural Ruinart Artistic Innovation Award by NEW INC, the New Museum’s cultural incubator. [via email announcement]
Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel was named the chief curator of the second edition of the Riga Biennial. [via email announcmenet]
Lynn McMaster was appointed CEO of the Remai Modern in Saskatoon, Canada. [Artforum]
Michelle Millar Fisher was appointed curator of contemporary decorative arts at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. [via email announcement]
Jasper Morrison is now represented by Kasmin. [via email announcement]
Elliot Reichert was appointed the first curator of contemporary art at Indiana University’s Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art. [Artforum]
Stephanie Rosenthal, Defne Ayas, Cristiana Collu, Sunjung Kim, and Hamza Walker will serve as the Golden Lion jury at this year’s Venice Biennale, called May You Live In Interesting Times. [via email announcement]
Belinda A. Tate and Daniel H. Weiss have joined the board of trustees of the American Federation of Arts. [Artforum]
Xiaoyu Weng was appointed an advisor and board member of SLEEPCENTER, a nonprofit arts center in New York’s Chinatown. [Artforum]
Robert Wolterstorff was named executive director and CEO of the Bruce Museum in Connecticut. [Art Daily]
Bibi Andersson (1935–2019), Swedish actress and frequent collaborator with filmmaker Ingmar Bergman [Guardian]
Lorraine Branham (1952–2019), journalism dean and mentor at Syracuse University [NYT]
David Brion Davis (1927–2019), Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and scholar of slavery [New Haven Register]
Jean-Louis David (1934–2019), French hairstylist [WWD]
Georgia Engel (1948–2019), actress known for her role on the Mary Tyler Moore Show [NYT]
François-Marc Gagnon (1935–2019), art historian and scholar of the Automatist movement [Le Devoir]
Sam Pilafian (1949–2019), tuba maestro [NYT]
Stanley Plumly (1939–2019), award-winning lyrical poet [NYT]
Lawrence Rhodes (1939–2019), dancer, teacher, director, and former head of the Juilliard School’s dance department [Pointe]
Barbara Schultz (1927–2019), adventurous television producer [NYT]
Ralph Solecki (1917–2019), revolutionary archaeologist [NYT]
Earl Thomas Conley (1941–2019), American country music singer-songwriter [USA Today]
James Winn (1947–2019), scholarly writer on Queen Anne and John Dryden, and skilled flutist [NYT]
“The impossibility of reforming Tony [Soprano] bears some resemblance to the crisis plaguing museums and toxic philanthropy today, where a culture of bullying and exploitation belies programming of socially- and politically-engaged art.”
As a critic, I’m dying to make a meta-critique of the ways my communities are represented on screen.
Over 50 years of the artist’s video and media work on how images, sound, and cultural iconography inform representation is on view through December 30.
Frey ponders why she felt comfort in television and film content that intellectuals often take pride in dismissing.
What does Rutherford Falls, a new TV series that prominently features two small town museums, tell us about the way people see the contentious stories on display in history and art institutions?
Over the course of three months, the resident artists in Going to the Meadow will collaborate and create with a curated set of continually changing materials.