Join PJ Raval, Guggenheim Fellow in Film & Video, 2015, for a special screening of the Sundance Institute supported documentary CALL HER GANDA this Friday at AMC Loews on 34th Street, at 7 pm. A conversation, moderated by Abigail Disney, with PJ Raval and Meredith Talusan will follow the screening. For ticket information.
Organized by George Miles, William Robertson Coe Curator of Western Americana, Eyes on the West: Photography and the Contemporary West features 158 photographs by 20 photographers in the Beinecke Library collections. Five Guggenheim Fellows are included in this exhibition: Marion Belanger (2002), Laura McPhee (1993), David Plowden (1968), John Willis (2011) and Kim Stringfellow (2015).
Pradip Malde is a photographer and teaches at the University of the South, Sewanee, TN. Much of his work considers the experience of loss and how it serves as a catalyst for regeneration. He is currently working in rural communities in Haiti, Tanzania and Tennessee, designing models for community development through photography. Follow this link to learn more about his current project.
Guggenheim Fellow Greg Miller (Photography, 2008) will be signing copies of his book Unto Dust at Printed Matter's NY Art Book Fair at MOMA PS1 in Long Island City, at the L'Artiere Editions Booth T01 on Friday, September 21 from 5-6 pm. Unto Dust is now available for purchase from L'Artiere Editions booth.
Scribner is pleased to announce the publication of Nora Krug's visual memoir, Belonging: A German Reckons with History and Home (Scribner, October 2, 2018). Krug was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts in 2013. Follow this link to read the press release.
Matt Jensen's latest piece, I Dream of Fish, created for the Land/Sea exhibition in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I Dream of Fish is a twenty-two minute, single channel video, including Jensen's essay and memories of fish. Follow this link to view the video. Matt Jensen was awarded a Guggenheim Fellow in Photography in 2016.
Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to present Under Construction: Photography, Video, and the (Re)presentation of Identity. Five Guggenheim Fellows are featured in this group exhibition: Janet Biggs (Fine Arts, 2018), Peter Campus (Film, 1975), Neil Goldberg (Video & Audio, 2003), Cindy Sherman (Photography, 1983) and Eve Sussman (Fine Arts, 1995).
In 1985 and 1986, David T. Hanson captured aerial views of Superfund sites across forty-five states. His Guggenheim Fellowship (Photography, 1985) supported his work on this project. Hanson's work will be published in Waste Land (Taverner Press) on September 25, 2018. Follow this link to read the press release.
The Manhattan Front, directed by Cathy Lee Crane, Guggenheim Fellow in Film - Video, 2013, will be featured at the Buffalo International Film Festival. Join Cathy Lee Crane on Saturday, October 6, at 5 p.m.for the East Coast premiere.
Stanford University Press is pleased to announce the publication of Artful Design: Technology in Search of the Sublime, by Ge Wang. Artful Design, a 488-page full-color book, is designed in the medium of a photo comic. Ge Wang's Guggenheim Fellowship (Music Research, 2016) supported his work on this book. Follow this link for more information.
An application consists of the completed online form, together with three supporting documents submitted in PDF format. Follow the links below to apply online.
What are Guggenheim Fellowships?
Guggenheim Fellowships are grants to selected individuals made for a minimum of six months and a maximum of twelve months.
What is the amount of a grant?
The amounts of grants vary, and the Foundation does not guarantee it will fully fund any project
When is the deadline?
The deadline for the United States and Canada competition is September 17.