Artist-Endowed Foundations

January 19, 2011 at 7:18 PM Leave a comment

Artists’ foundations continue to attract attention (as previously seen here).

Today, the Chronicle of Philanthropy discusses their rising prominence in power in light of the recent controversy over an Smithsonian exhibit sponsored by the Andy Warhol foundation.

All of this suggests that while most still fly below the radar, artist-endowed foundations merit attention…we can expect to see artist-endowed foundations emerge as a force in cultural philanthropy and exercise new influence as stewards of America’s contemporary art patrimony.


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