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.
Faig Ahmed, Rana Begum, Benji Boyadgian, Rodrigo Hernandez, Servet Koçyiğit, Outi Pieski, Randi & Katrine, Wael Shawky, and Jorinde Voigt are the first participating artists in Istanbul Modern’s International Artist Residency Program. [Artforum]
The Black Art Futures Fund has announced the recipients of its spring 2019 grants: African American Shakespeare Company, California; Bailey’s Cafe, New York; viBe Theater Experience, New York; Castle of our Skins, Massachusetts; the Center for Afrofuturist Studies, Iowa; and TILA Studios, Georgia. [Artforum]
The Herb Alpert Foundation and the California Institute of the Arts have announced the winners of this year’s Herb Alpert Award in the Arts: Meshell Ndegeocello, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Lloyd Suh, Pam Tanowitz, and Cecilia Vicuña. [via email announcement]
Tony Costa was awarded the $70,000 Archibald Prize for Australian portraiture by Sydney’s Art Gallery of New South Wales. [Art Asia Pacific]
The Fondation Prince Pierre de Monaco has shortlisted three artworks for its international contemporary art prize: Yto Barrada’s “Tree Identification for Beginners”(2017); Arthur Jafa’s “Love Is the Message, The Message Is Death” (2016); and Rayyane Tabet’s “FRAGMENTS” (2016–ongoing). [ArtDaily]
The Golden Lion prize at the 2019 Venice Biennale was awarded to Arthur Jafa for his film White Noise. [ARTnews]
The Lithuanian pavilion was also awarded the Golden Lion for its climate change opera, Sun & Sea (Marina), by Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė, and Lina Lapelytė. [NYT]
Aleksandra Jaeschke was awarded this year’s Wheelwright Prize. [ArchDaily]
Boonserm Premthada won the Royal Academy Dorfman Award for Architecture, awarded by London’s Royal Academy of Arts. [Artforum]
As part of the program Destination>Brooklyn, the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President, One Brooklyn Fund, and NYC & Company Foundation are awarding $1,500 grants to Brooklyn-based 501c3 organizations to create, produce, and distribute print and online promotional materials for the grantee’s organization and emphasizing borough tourism. Applications are due June 6. [Brooklyn Arts Council]
Learn about other opportunities you can apply for this month in our latest “Opportunities for Artists in May 2019.”
Travis Chamberlain was promoted to executive director of Queer|Art in New York. [via email announcement]
John Divola is now represented by Office Baroque in Brussels. [via email announcement]
Cody Hartley was named director of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in New Mexico. [ArtDaily]
Galina Mardilovich was appointed curator of Russian and European art at Amherst College’s Mead Art Museum. [via email announcement]
Meleko Mokgosi was appointed as an associate professor in painting and printmaking, on a tenure track, at the Yale School of Art. [via email announcement]
Lanka Tattersall was appointed curator of drawings and prints at the Museum of Modern Art. [Artforum]
Chris Albertson (1931–2019), biographer of blues singer Bessie Smith who spearheaded a reissue of her complete recordings [Syncopated Times]
Max Azria (1949–2019), fashion designer [WWD]
Susan Beschta (1952–2019), former frontwoman of 1970s punk bank The Erasers who later became a human rights lawyer and immigration judge [Celebrity Access]
Doris Day (1922–2019), famed actress and singer [AP]
Eva de La O (1931–2019), lyric soprano and founder of a chamber music ensemble that worked with Hispanic classical composers and performers [NYT]
Hannelore Elsner (1942–2019), German television and film actress [Hollywood Reporter]
Jim Fowler (1930–2019), zoologist and television host [LA Times]
Verna Hart (1961–2019), painter who was mentored by Romare Bearden [NY Daily News]
Chuck Kinder (1942–2019), novelist [NYT]
Andrei Kramarevsky (1929–2019), dancer and teacher at the School of American Ballet [NYT]
Art Kunkin (1928–2019), founder of the Los Angeles Free Press [NYT]
Lenora Lapidus (1963–2019), lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union who pushed the organization to fight for gender equality for women who were not middle class and white [NYT]
Peggy Lipton (1946–2019), actress, model, and singer [LA Times]
John Lukacs (1924–2019), historian [LA Times]
Thomas Nozkowski (1944–2019), abstract painter [ARTnews]
Robert Pear (1949–2019), health care reporter for the New York Times [SF Chronicle]
Warren H. Phillips (1926–2019), journalist, publishing industry executive, former Wall Street Journal publisher, and former chief executive officer of Dow Jones & Company [WSJ]
Alvin Sargent (1927–2019), Spider-Man screenwriter [BBC]
Gloria Schiff (1928–2019), fashion editor at Vogue and philanthropist [NYT]
Nobuo Sekine (1942–2019), influential Japanese sculptor and conceptual artist [Artsy]
From music and architecture to comedy and horror, these films showcase Ukrainian culture and its long-held ethos of resistance.
A new exhibition focuses on Hesse’s works on paper, and the way they demonstrate the role of drawing in the famed sculptor’s process.
Part of the university’s Artists on the Future series featuring renowned artists and cultural thought leaders, this online event is free and open to the public.
The artists showcased in Archival Intimacies examine the colonial trauma’s impact on Asian Americans and search for ways to overcome it.
Eiffel inadvertently paints its protagonist not as a great man worthy of scrutiny or praise, but as the Elon Musk of his day.
This illustrated guide offers readers a broad and accessible introduction to the evolution of Armenian modern and contemporary art.
The fire-resistant copy will be auctioned to raise funds for PEN America.
Funded projects include an exhibition of contemporary and historical retablos and a residency that pairs glass artists with creators in other mediums.
This rigorous, studio-based program in Philadelphia focuses on building unique studio practices that synthesize the disciplines of printmaking, book arts, and papermaking.
Bonhams paused the sale of the rare garment, which was expected to fetch $1.2 million.
Now playing the Cannes Film Festival, the new film from the director of The Square embarks on a luxury cruise that goes to hell.
By enshrining her memories into sculptural form, Juárez celebrates her emotional pilgrimage through the growing pains of childhood to adulthood.