Media Credits

Enrique Browne Covarrubias
Architecture, Planning and Design, 1983

Enrique Browne Covarrubias submitted Edificio Consorcio Concepcion, 2003 (Left) and Casa Zapallar, 1998, which appear in the flash section of the homepage.  Enrique Browne Covarrubias is an architect in Santiago, Chile.  Follow the link to view his Guggenheim Profile.


Andrea Juan
Video & Audio, 2005

Antarctica Project III, Blue Methane, 2006, is an image from Andrea Juan's Guggenheim Fellowship project, which concerned scientific investigation and climate change in Antarctica.  To learn more about Andrea Juan's trips to Antarctica and the photography, video, and graphic art related to this project, follow the link to her Guggenheim Profile.


Kevin Brockmeier
Fiction, 2007

This image of Kevin Brockmeier accompanied the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's "High Profile" interview with this writer from Little Rock.  See Mr. Brockmeier's Guggenheim Profile for a link to this article, provided courtesy of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.


Meredith Parsons Lillich
Medieval History and Fine Arts Research, 2007

Meredith Parsons Lillich was appointed to study the Gothic stained glass of Reims Cathedral and she is working on a book on that subject.  This image was provided courtesy of photographer Henri de Feraudy.  To read more about Meredith Parsons Lillich, follow the link to her Guggenheim Profile.


Matthew Pillsbury, Fellow in Photography, 2014

Photograph submitted by Matthew Pillsbury. He was born and raised in France but now lives in New York City. Matthew received his B.A. in fine art from Yale University in 1995 and an M.F.A. from the School of Visual Arts, New York, in 2004. Follow the link below to learn to view his Guggenheim profile and slideshow.



Wura-Natasha Ogunji, Film-Video, 2012

Wura-Natasha Ogunji is a visual artist and performer.  Her works include videos in which she engages her body in explorations of movement and mark-making across water, land, and air. Image: From Will I Still Carry Water When I am Dead, 2011 (single-channel digital video of performance, 9 minutes, 18 seconds). Follow the link below to view Ms. Ogunji's Guggenheim profile and slideshow.


Aparecida Vilaça
Anthropology & Cultural Studies, 2007

Aparecida Vilaça was appointed to study conversion and Christianity in native lowland South America.  Ms. Vilaça submitted this image of the Wari' in front of the new church at Rio Negro-Ocaia Village, Rondônia, Brazil.  The photograph was taken in February of 2008.  Follow the link to view Aparecida Vilaça's Guggenheim Profile. 


Facts about Fellows

Yu Liu

The study for which Yu Liu received his Guggenheim Fellowship in 2006 has just been published by the University of South Carolina Press.  In Seeds of a Different Eden: Chinese Gardening Ideas and a New English Aesthetic Ideal, Mr. Liu asserts that as the English-Chinese trade and English missionary efforts in China expanded in the late seventeenth century the influence of Chinese horticultural, philosophical, artistic, and literary modes became increasingly evident in England's intellectual and cultural productions.

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