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Lara Schnitger and Sculpture Center
New Work Project Grant

Harpo Foundation was pleased to support the production of new work by Lara Schnitger, on view at Sculpture Center from September 12 - November 29, 2010. Lara Schnitger's sculptures and installations draw from the polyglot of the contemporary urban landscape, referencing fashion, architecture, signage, and other aspects of the built...

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Ernesto Oroza and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
New Work Project Grant

Harpo Foundation funding provided support for a site-specific project by Ernesto Oroza, a Cuban interdisciplinary artist and designer based in Miami whose work focuses on conceptual design and architecture. Ernesto Oroza's project took place at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, a former residence modeled after European archetypes of comfort, aristocratic lifestyle,...

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Jennet Thomas and Matt’s Gallery
New Work Project Grant

Jennet Thomas: All Suffering SOON TO END! Presented by Matt's Gallery, London, U.K. April 14 - June 6, 2010 Comprised of narrative film, sculpture, sound, and performance, Thomas reconstructed the gallery into two interconnecting chambers. The first is the Dark Chamber in which a 30 minute film plays continuously. Escalating into...

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Stephanie Syjuco and Artadia
New Work Project Grant

Stephanie Syjuco 2010 Summer Artadia Artists-in-Residence Harpo funding provided support toward Stephanie Syjuco's three-month stay in New York at Artadia's partner organization, the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn from July 1 - September 30, 2010. During her residency, Syjuco developed a project for her exhibition at...

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Richie Budd and Artpace San Antonio
New Work Project Grant

Absorbing Liminal Homeostasis November 06, 2008 - January 11, 2009 Artpace San Antonio Richie Budd's installation for Artpace, Absorbing Liminal Homeostasis, is a new chapter in the artist's investigation of heightened sensory experience. It incorporates Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), a communication model applied in psychotherapy that studies the structure of subjective experience....

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Stephen Hilyard and Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
New Work Project Grant

Stephen Hilyard: The Beautiful Lie, on view at Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, December 1, 2007 - February 17, 2008, presented videos and photographic works to explore the power and reliability of the image in contemporary culture. Works in the exhibition included a series of 5 compositions entitled King Wave in which Hilyard uses dramatic...

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Phil Collins and Carnegie Museum of Art
New Work Project Grant

Phil Collins presented, The World Won't Listen, from March 31, 2007 - July 2, 2007 at the Carnegie Museum of Art. Filmed on location in Bogota, Colombia, in 2004, and in Istanbul, Turkey, in 2005, this piece offers a series of tragicomic portraits of fans performing karaoke versions of tracks from the 1980s band...

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