2022 Grantees: Etant donnés Contemporary Art
William Klein: YES; Photographs, Paintings, Films, 1948-2013
Presented by International Center of Photography, New York, NY
Curator: David Campany
June 3 – September 12, 2022
Julian Charrière: Erratics
Presented by San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Curator: Rudolf Frieling
August 6, 2022 – May 14, 2023
Tropical is Political: Caribbean Art Under the Visitor Economy Regime
Presented by Americas Society, New York, NY
Curator: Marina Reyes Franco
September 7 – December 7, 2022
Tabita Rezaire, Gwladys Gambie, Jérémie Priam
Poetics of Selfhood (Poétique De L'Ipséité)
Presented by Acadiana Center for the Arts, Lafayette, LOUISIANA
Curators: Audry Liseron-Monfils, Eléna-Lou Arnoux, Éline Gourgues
September 10, 2022 – December 10, 2022
Artist to be announced soon
58th Carnegie International
Presented by Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
Curator: Sohrab Mohebbi
September 24, 2022 – April 2, 2023
Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s to Today
Presented by Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Curator: Carla Acevedo Yates
November 19, 2022 – April 23, 2023
Sara Favriau and Marcos Avila Forero
Both Sides of the River
Presented by Duke Hall Gallery of Fine Art, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
Curator: Dr. Beth Hinderliter
January 31 – March 22, 2023
Spaces of the Mind
Presented by the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, Long Island, NY
Curator: Dakin Hart
August 23, 2023 – January 14, 2024
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The French American Cultural Exchange (FACE) Foundation is a US non-profit organization that promotes French-American relations through innovative cultural and educational projects, in cooperation with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States. It coordinates support for programs in the areas of visual arts, performing arts, music, film, translation, and secondary and higher education.
FACE Foundation is Villa Albertine’s main partner in the US.
The French Ministry of Culture aims to make the major works of humanity— and especially those of France— accessible to the largest number of people possible. As such, it maintains a policy of conservation, of protection, and of development of all components of French cultural heritage. It promotes the creation of works of art and of the mind, and the development of art practices and education. It further contributes to cultural initiatives outside of France, and to initiatives relating to the establishment of French cultural programs throughout the world.
The Institut français is responsible for France’s international cultural program. Supervised by both the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs and by the Ministry of Culture, it promotes French culture abroad through cultural exchange initiatives. Operating in a space where the arts, intellectual exchange, cultural and social innovation, and linguistic partnerships interact and intersect, it is also responsible for promoting the French language and the sharing of works, artists, and ideas all over the world. The Institut français is one of Villa Albertine's main French partners.
The Ford Foundation is a global grant-making philanthropy that works to disrupt inequality in all its forms. Across eight decades, the Ford Foundation’s mission has been to reduce poverty and injustice, strengthen democratic values, promote international cooperation, and advance human achievement. The Ford Foundation works in 11 regional offices around the world and supports programs in more than 50 countries. Support from the Ford Foundation will enable Villa Albertine to welcome five residents from across the African continent each year and strengthen its professional programs in the visual and performing arts.
The Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, established and endowed by the artist during her lifetime (1928-2011), is dedicated to promoting greater public interest in and understanding of the visual arts. It supports the artist’s legacy through a variety of initiatives, including exhibitions, loans of artworks, research and publications, conservation, grants, and educational programs for the public and the scholarly community. As the principal beneficiary of Helen Frankenthaler’s estate, the Foundation maintains an archive of original papers and materials pertaining to her life and work and a collection of her artwork in a variety of media.
Chanel is a key supporter of Étant donnés Contemporary Art, a professional program of Villa Albertine.
Founded by artists in 1953, the ADAGP represents 170,000 authors worldwide, in all disciplines of visual art, including painting, sculpture, photography, design, graphic novels, street art, video art, digital art, architecture and more… At the heart of an international network of 50 partner organisations, the ADAGP collects and distributes royalties, protects artists and fights to improve authors’ rights. Today, it is the world’s top society of authors in the visual arts. Eager to place creativity at the heart of the world, the ADAGP encourages the creative scene by initiating and/or financially supporting projects to highlight visual arts and promote them on a national and international scale.