Creative Capital Funds 50 artist projects for a total of $ 2.5 million. – ARTnews.com

New York-based nonprofit Creative Capital has announced the 50 artist projects it will fund as part of their 2022 Creative Capital Awards. Each project will receive varying amounts of up to $ 50,000, with the amount of funds managed this year totaling $ 2.5 million.

For the 2022 cycle, Creative Capital increased the number of projects it will fund from 35 to 50, and the organization reported that 90 percent of award recipients identify themselves as Asian, black, indigenous, or Latin artists. Selected from more than 4,000 applications received following an open tender, the award recipients were selected by a panel of 14 members that included curators John Andress, Edgar Miramontes, María Elena Ortiz and Jasmine Wahi as well as former award recipients Zach Blas, Srikanth Reddy and Kaneza Schaal.

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In a statement, Aliza Shvarts, Creative Capital’s Director of Artist Initiatives, said, “The selected projects address critically and creatively some of the most pressing issues of our time, as well as painful historical legacies that continue to shape our present – from abortion to money laundering. of money in the art world, to the mass graves of convicts’ leasing program, to the lasting imprint that colonization has left on the construction of time zones.These artists demonstrate, with intrusive vigor and vigor, the many ways creative practice not only engages the world but strives to shape it. “

Among the most prominent recipients of grants is American Artist for a sculpture and video installation entitled God’s designer about the life and work of author Octavia E. Butler and the migration of black Americans to California. JJJJJerome Ellis won a grant for ANTIFONARY, described as an “open, sustained song that engages the forms of book, album, and live performance,” diving into the archives of so-called “runaway slave commercials.”

MacArthur “Genius” winner Teresita Fernández will collaborate with Bárbaro Martínez-Ruiz and Ada Ferrer on Aponte: An opera, a musical work and installation about the life of Aponte, a free black carpenter who lived in 19th-century Havana and created a “Book of Paintings” to organize a revolt against slavery in Cuba. Kameelah Janan Rasheed received a grant for Black lanes, a digital archive of black language photography.

Other notable projects include Maura Brewer’s video essay Private customer service, on money laundering through art acquisitions, and Viva Ruizs TThank God for Abortion Telenovela Pilot, a narrative film that seeks to “spread the message that abortion is health care.” Graham Haynes has received funding for Requiem for young black men murdered by police, an evening performance with a 40-part choir and orchestra about police murders of black men. Christopher K. Morgan will create a dance theater play with the title N (8) tive enough draws on the stories of the Hapa-Hawaiian people and the dance form of the hula, among other sources.

The full list of 2022 Creative Capital Awardees follows below. Complete project descriptions can be accessed here.

  • American artist
  • Germane Barnes
  • Black Quantum Futurism (Rasheedah Phillips, Camae Ayewa)
  • Maura Brygger
  • Dakota Camacho
  • Crystal Z Campbell
  • Etienne Charles
  • Alexandra Chreiteh
  • Ilana Coleman and Jamie Gonçalves
  • Xavier Cortada
  • Monica de la Torre
  • Du Yun
  • JJJJJerome Ellis
  • Alia Farid
  • Teresita Fernández, Bárbaro Martínez-Ruiz and Ada Ferrer
  • Deborah Goffe
  • Clement Hil Goldberg
  • Graham Haynes
  • Jasmine Hearn
  • Randall Horton and Devin B Waldman
  • Madeleine Hunt-Honestly
  • Brandon Kazen-Maddox
  • Lucy Kim
  • Tan Lin
  • Marina Magalhães
  • Ramón Miranda Beltrán & Madeline Jiménez Santil
  • Christopher K. Morgan
  • Cyrus Moussavi
  • Cheswayo Mphanza
  • I Onuoha
  • Karthik Pandian
  • Raúl O. Paz-Pastrana
  • Kameelah Janan Rasheed
  • The Revolution School (Jennifer Moon, Jessie Closson, Clara Philbrick, Devin Alejandro-Wilder)
  • Sarah Rosalena
  • Long live ruiz
  • Suneil Sanzgiri
  • Jacques blackbeard
  • Paola Segura Cornelio
  • Nyugen Smith
  • Mikaal Sulayman
  • Steven Kazuo Takasugi
  • Sam Tam Ham
  • Steven Tamayo
  • Justin Randolph Thompson
  • Marcos Varela
  • Edisa weeks
  • Pioneer winter
  • Pinar Yoldas
  • Zhalarina

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