The Chicago-based organization continues its 60-year tradition of funding innovative architecture projects.
The Chicago-based Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts has awarded 59 projects worldwide a combined total of $491,500 in its annual Grants for Individuals. The winners were selected from a pool of 640 submissions coming from 42 different countries and include exhibitions, publications, films, live performances, and site-specific installations. They were recognized by the 60-year-old organization for their ability to advance architecture within “the arts, culture, and society,” according to its website.
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