via Artnet News, 2/28/07 :
ART CRITICISM GRANTS FROM WARHOL FOUNDATION
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has announced the lucky winners of its much-anticipated first round of "arts writing" grants. Eight $100,000 awards go to nonprofit journals: Bomb Magazine, Cabinet and Esopus, all from New York; The Brooklyn Rail; Atlanta’s Art Papers; Ithaca's Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art; and Afterall and X-tra, both from Los Angeles.
Individual critics received grants ranging from $8,500-$50,000 (actual amounts were not disclosed), and were selected by a team that included October magazine scholar Douglas Crimp, WhiteWalls editor Anthony Elms, curator Okwui Enwezor, Art Papers editor Sylvie Fortin, Artforum editor Tim Griffin and Art Journal editor Judith Rodenbeck.
Applicants could apply for either book or magazine projects, or something digital, as indicated here. The winners: Julia Bryan-Wilson, Art Works: Artistic Labor in the Vietnam War Era (book); Susan Cahan, The Politics of Race in American Museums, 1968-1972 (book); Eda Cufer, Art as Mousetrap (book); Catherine de Zegher, Drawing Book (book); T.J. Demos, The Document Between Fact and Fiction: Contemporary Art in Beirut (article); Grant Kester, The One and the Many: Agency and Identity in Collaborative Art (book); Tan Lin, Warhol Writer (article); Mary Warner, Documentary Photography: Episodes in the History of Image-Making and Ideas (article); Tom McDonough and Nancy Davenport, Inhabiting Authoritarianism: Students in the Iranian Pavilion in Paris, 1961-1979 (new and alternative media); Judd Morrisey, The Last Performance (new and alternative media); Eileen Myles, The Importance of Being Iceland (book); Margaret Nelson, Women, the New York School, and Other True Abstractionists (book); Molly Nesbit, The Tempest Essays (book); John Peffer, The Struggle for Art at the End of Apartheid (book); Frances Richard, Physical Poetics: The Writings of Gordon Matta-Clark (article); Reiki Tomii, Collectivism in 20th-Century Japan: A History of Strategic Alliances (article); Kenneth Wark, The Situationists: A Users’ Guide (new and alternative media); Gene Youngblood, George Kuchar’s Video Diaries (article).