Tag: nina katchadourian



Bulletin: Eight NYFA Fellows Receive Prestigious Grants

FCA and Art Matters award past Winners of NYFA Artists’ Fellowships Three NYFA artists were named recipients of unrestricted $30,000 grants from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts earlier this month. We congratulate: Eileen Myles(Fellowship, Poetry, 1999 Okwui Okpokwasili  (Fellowship, Choreography, 2013) Annie-B Parson  (Fellowship, Choreography, 2013) In addition, five NYFA artists received 2013 grants from Art Matters. These awards, established in 1985…

Special Feature: A Conversation with Nina Katchadourian

Suzan Sherman: In the past your work has focused on the natural world, and toying with the intricate and seemingly set systems within that world. But for this project, The Marfa Jingles, you’ve honed in on Marfa, Texas—the systems of shops and business and organizations that are this tiny town’s glue. Like some of your other work,…

Special Features: Nina Katchadourian on Teaching

For this Special Feature, NYFA Current asked New York-based artist Nina Katchadourian to write on her first “New York, New York” class, for which she leads a group of students through what she calls “the cold, deadly river of contemporary art.” Katchadourian was a NYFA Artists’ Fellowship winner in the category of Video in 2004.…