CAA News: Grants Awarded

In the August 2011 issue of CAA News is a list of recently awarded grants.

It includes:

  • Liam Considine, “Innovation and Disavowal: American Pop Art in France, 1962–1968”
  • Ross K. Elfline, on the photomontages and drawings published by Superstudio, a radical architectural collective established in the 1960s
  • Bridget Gilman, “Re-envisioning Everyday Spaces: Photorealism in the San Francisco Bay Area”
  • Natilee Harren, “Objects without Object: The Artwork in Flux, 1958–1969”
  • Sharon Irish, on Stephen Willats and his exploration of social interactions, power structures, and distinct behavior in particular cities
  • Alexander Kitnick, “Eduardo Paolozzi and Others, 1947-1958”
  • Emily Liebert, “Roles Recast: Eleanor Antin and the 1970s”
  • Leora Maltz-Leca, “William Kentridge: Process as Metaphor and Other Doubtful Practices”
  • Tara Cooke McDowell, “Image Nation: The Art of Jess 1951–1991”
  • Nicholas Mirzoeff, “The Photographic Common and Authoritarian Realism: A Genealogy of the 2011 Revolutions”
  • Kate Mondloch, “Eye Desire: Media Art after Feminism”
  • Steven Nelson, “Dakar: The Making of an African Metropolis”
  • Bibiana Obler, “The Anti-Craft Tradition”
  • Elena Shtromberg, “Art and Information: Political Encounters in Brazil, 1968–1978”
  • Jennifer Smyth, “The Historical Image in the Contested Frame: Fred Zinnemann’s Cinematic Archive”
  • Cassie Wu, “Perfect Objects: The Lives of Allan McCollum’s Work”
  • Tatsiana Zhurauliova, “Arcadia Americana: Landscape in the Art of Arshile Gorky, Pavel Tchelitchew, and Yasuo Kuniyoshi during World War II”