The recipients are small and mid-sized arts nonprofits that are still recovering from low funding levels during the pandemic.
Matt Stromberg is a freelance visual arts writer based in Los Angeles. In addition to Hyperallergic, he has contributed to the Los Angeles Times, CARLA, Apollo, ARTNews, and other publications.
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Remembering the Migrants Who Died in US Detention
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