And the 2012 Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grants goes to…

Below are the names of an international group of exceptional writers who are the recipients of the 2012 Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. To learn more about their ongoing and upcoming projects you can click on the links to their bios and websites. I would like to especially congratulate Caryn Coleman, whose blog (The Girl Who Knew Too Much) and journal (Incognitum Hactenus with Tom Trevatt) focus on art, horror, and philosophy.

Articles

Jennifer Krasinski, (Los Angeles)
A Rain Check to Oblivion: A Dispatch from the Jill Johnston Archive
www.jenniferkrasinski.com
Daniel R. Quiles, (Chicago)
Counterpublic Access: “The Live! Show” and “TV Party,” 1978-1984
Rebekah Rutkoff, (Brooklyn)
Lillian Schwartz: Light Pen/Paintbrush

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Blogs
 
Caryn Coleman (Brooklyn)
The Girl Who Knew Too Much

Farrah Karapetian, (Los Angeles)
Housing Projects

Meg Onli, (Chicago)
Black Visual Archive

Harbeer Sandhu, (Houston)
Critical Condition

 

Books

Negar Azimi, (New York)
The Shahbanou and the Iranian Avant-Garde

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Eva Díaz, (Brooklyn)
The Fuller Effect: Contemporary Art and the Critique of Total Design
Jennifer Doyle, (Los Angeles)
The Athletic Turn: Contemporary Art and the Sport Spectacle
Elena Filipovic, (Brussels)
David Hammons’s Bliz-aard Ball Sale

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Ara H. Merjian, (New York)
Pier Paolo Pasolini and the Politics of Art History: Heretical Aesthetics
Alan W. Moore, (Madrid)
Art Squats
Zabet Patterson, (Brooklyn)
Visionary Machines: USCO, Techno-Utopia and Technocracy
Abigail Solomon-Godeau, (San Francisco)
 Photography in the Age of Catastrophe
Michael Taussig, (New York)
Twilight of the Idols
Stephen Zacks, (Brooklyn)
A Beautiful Ruin: The Generation that Transformed New York, 1967-1985

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Short-Form Writing

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Quinn Latimer, Basel, Switzerland

David Rimanelli, New York

Patricia Tumang, Quezon City, Philippines

Harry J. Weil, Brooklyn