Kristina Van Dyke and Andrea Grover has each received Curatorial Research Fellowships from the Andy Warhol Foundation. Van Dyke, a curator at the Menil Collection, will undertake research into technology and love in Africa, in conjunction with Bisi Silva, director of the Centre for Contemporary Art in Lagos, Nigeria. Grover, co-founder and former director of the Aurora Picture Show in Houston, is moving to Pittsburgh to pursue an expanded version of 29 Chains to the Moon, developing it into a traveling exhibition and publication that will present artists’ proposals for rethinking the production of food, shelter, transportation and energy at the Studio for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University.
also by Bill Davenport
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- Archive: Painting on My Planet/The Top Ten Painters in Houston - January 1st, 2016
- Archive: Tire Iron 0: Cropduster: Hills Snyder/Chris Sauter - December 28th, 2015
- DMA Crane Flip Video - April 26th, 2015
- Helmreich New Dean of Fine Arts at TCU - April 25th, 2015