Glenstone Museum Gifts Katharina Fritsch’s Hahn/Cock to the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C.
As part of Glenstone Museum‘s collection, Katharina Fritsch’s Hahn/Cock (2013) has been on loan to the National Gallery of Art since 2016. Glenstone has turned this loan into a permanent gift, in honor of the National Gallery’s 80th anniversary and in recognizing the resilience of the American people during COVID-19.
Henie Onstad Kunstsenter adds a new work by the artist Ragna Bley to its collection. Bley (b. 1986 Sweden) is representative of the young Norwegian generation working with abstract painting, a painterly tradition that is at the core of the Henie Onstad’s collection. Henie Onstad wants to emphasize Bley’s fearless attitude towards large formats, and her experimental approach towards the painterly universe. “High Point Glow” was originally shown at Bley’s critically acclaimed exhibition at Malmö Konsthall in 2020.
The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Awards Grants to 27 New York City Based Cultural Organizations, Including CUE Art Foundation
For more than 25 years, the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation has advocated for access to arts and culture as well as social justice causes, and over the last six years has implemented an open call grantmaking process which has been in direct dialogue with the art and social justice field. The Rubin Foundation has been committed to supporting New York City-based nonprofit organizations whose work enacts change through community engagement, civic participation, and public discourse. Rubin Foundation grants will provide direct support to exhibitions, educational programs, activist initiatives, artists’ projects, publications, and general operating support.
For CUE Art Foundation, this grant will enable the Foundation to carry out its mission of supporting emerging and underrepresented artists through Open Calls.