The Graham Foundation is pleased to announce our 2023 grants to individuals—64 projects by 92 individuals from around the world. SAH is fortunate to have 11 current members among the grantees, and evidence that SAH members are doing important work.
Founded in 1956, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts fosters the development and exchange of diverse and challenging ideas about architecture and its role in the arts, culture, and society. The Graham realizes this vision through making project-based grants to individuals and organizations and producing exhibitions, events, and publications.
The following SAH members and their projects were among the 2023 Awards:
Huda Tayob: Exhibition Index of Edges
Kenny Cupers : New Media Kamirithu Theatre: An Architecture for Decolonization
Ana Miljački: Podcast I Would Prefer Not To
Craig Buckley: Publication The Street and the Screen: Architectures of Spectatorship in the Age of Cinema
Anna Godman: Publication Citizen Architects: How Hands-on Building in Architectural Education Shaped a Nation
Manuel Shvartzberg Carrio: Publication Inland Empire: Settler Colonialism, Modern Architecture, and the Rise of American Hegemony
Davide Spina: Publication Roman Leviathan: Architecture and Capitalism in Postwar Italy
Stathis Yeros: Publication Queering Urbanism: Architecture, Embodiment, and Queer Citizenship
Claire Zimmerman: Publication Albert Kahn, Inc. and the Architecture of Capitalism, 1905-1961
Yasmina El Chami: Research Building "International Goodwill": American Campuses in the "Near East," 1919-1964
Deepa Ramaswamy: Research Reclaimed Lands: The Ecological Legacies of Colonial Bombay's Coasts
To read about the projects and all of the grant recipients, click here. There is a brief biography of each recipient following the description of their project.