Teiger Foundation has awarded $3.3 million to thirty-nine curators 
& organizations 
working in 
contemporary art through our inaugural call for proposals. Grants were awarded in four categories: Single project, Three-year funding, Research, Touring. In addition, we are proud to extend our commitment to Los Angeles Visual Art Coalition (LAVA) and to climate action in the field. Read more about each 2023 grantee below.
Abby Chen, Vicky Do, Việt Lê, Arlette Quynh-Anh Tran
Asian Art Museum
BẢN ĐỒ CŨ KHÔNG ĐỦ LỜI CHỈ DẪN - OLD MAPS LACK THE VOICE TO GUIDE US
Alex Klein
The Contemporary Austin
Carl Cheng: Nature Never Loses
Alexis Lowry
Dia Art Foundation
Delcy Morelos
Amara Antilla
Contemporary Arts Center
The Heresies Generation: Feminism, Art, and Politics, 1977 – 1992
Andrea Andersson, Jordan Amirkhani
Rivers Institute for Contemporary Art & Thought
New Orleans, LA
$150,000
Arnaldo Rodríguez-Bagué with Beta-Local
Beta-Local
$75,000
Ashley DeHoyos Sauder, Xandra Eden
DiverseWorks
$75,000
Dan Byers
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts
$150,000
Dan Leers
Carnegie Museum of Art
Widening the Lens: Photography, Ecology, and the Contemporary Landscape
Diya Vij
Creative Time
New Red Order: The World’s Unfair
Dr. Patricia Lee Daigle, Christine Y. Kim, Dr. Liz Andrews
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
Black American Portraits
Drew Kahuʻāina Broderick
Puʻuhonua Society
Revisiting Kealakekua Bay, Reworking the Captain Cook Monument
Gean Moreno, Natalia Zuluaga
[NAME] Publications
$75,000
Grace Deveney
The Art Institute of Chicago
$25,000
Howie Chen, Jayne Cole, christina ong
80 Washington Square East, NYU
Legacies: The Asian American Art Movement on the East Coast (1969 – 2001)
Jamillah James
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Rebecca Morris: 2001 – 2022
Jessamine Batario
Colby College Museum of Art
Imagining an Archipelago (working title)
Jill Dawsey, Lauren Schell Dickens
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
Kelly Akashi: Formations
Kalaija Mallery
The Luminary
$150,000
Kathleen Goncharov
Boca Raton Museum of Art
Smoke and Mirrors: Magical Thinking in Contemporary Art
Kelly Kivland
Wexner Center for the Arts 
Tanya Lukin Linklater
Lauren Haynes, Caitlin Julia Rubin
Queens Museum
Lyle Ashton Harris: Our first and last love 
Legacy Russell
The Kitchen
Code Switch: Distributing Blackness, Reprogramming Internet Art
Lian Ladia
500 Capp Street
$25,000
Makayla Bailey, Michael Connor, Celine Wong Katzman
Rhizome
$75,000
Mary V. Bordeaux
Racing Magpie
$75,000
Misa Jeffereis, Pavel S. Pyś, Matthew Villar Miranda
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
Paul Chan: Breathers
Naine Terena, Claudia Mattos Avolese, Dina Deitsch, Thierry Fonseca de Freitas, Jr.
Tufts University Art Galleries
Véxoa: We Know (Nós sabemos)
Olivian Cha
Corita Art Center
Los Angeles, CA
Ozi Uduma, Paul M. Farber
University of Michigan Museum of Art
You’re Welcome
Sarah Rifky, Noah Simblist, Dominic Asmall Willsdon
Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University
$50,000
Sheila Bergman, Curlee R. Holton, Heather Sincavage
UCR ARTS, The David C. Driskell Center, Sordoni Art Gallery
UCR ARTS: September 2, 2023 – December 31, 2023
Sohrab Mohebbi, Kyle Dancewicz
SculptureCenter
$150,000
Sophia Cosmadopoulous, Anna Schechter
Summertime Gallery
$75,000
Stefanie Hessler
Swiss Institute
Spora
Tempestt Hazel, Kate Hadley Toftness
Sixty Inches from Center
$150,000
Tina Kukielski, Jurrell Lewis
Art21
Art in the Twenty-First Century
Tizziana Baldenebro
SPACES
$150,000
Vic Brooks, Nida Ghouse
EMPAC—Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Shifting Center
2023.
Teiger Foundation has awarded $3.3 million to thirty-nine curators 
& organizations 
working in 
contemporary art through our inaugural call for proposals. Grants were awarded in four categories: Single project, Three-year funding, Research, Touring. In addition, we are proud to extend our commitment to Los Angeles Visual Art Coalition (LAVA) and to climate action in the field. Read more about each 2023 grantee below.
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