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Zanele Muholi Walks In With the Ancestors
The images of the photographer Zanele Muholi (CRF 2012) about the L.G.B.T.I. community in South Africa put overlooked lives on display in a new career retrospective at Tate Modern in London. Read the article the New York Times wrote about her and her work.
Tayeba Begum Lipi: Unseen Art
Speaking with STIR, Tayeba Begum Lipi (CRF 2014) talks about the work for the series ‘Works Never Shown Before’, which is not a deviation from what her art practices explores and expounds: forge a path of equality that could possibly celebrate womanhood. This work was made during her residency at Civitella Ranieri. In the article […]
Giving Tuesday: Support Us
Please join the many supporters of the Civitella Ranieri Foundation. On the heels of our most difficult year, your gifts have never been more important. Thank you for your generosity on this Giving Tuesday. If you are donating in the USA, please go to: https://bit.ly/CivitellaGivingTues If you are donating in Europe, please go to: https://bit.ly/CivitellaGivingTuesEU
2021 Grammy Award Nominees
We are proud to have two Civitellians and an incoming Fellow included as 2021 Grammy Award Nominees. Ricky Ian Gordon (CRF 2009) was nominated for the Best Classical Solo Vocal Album, as part of a collaboration with others for the “American Composers at Play” album. Hildur Gudnadóttir (CRF 2010) was nominated both for Best Score […]
Career Opportunity: Coordinator for Programs and Operations
Ready to become part of an international team dedicated to the inspiring mission of the Civitella Ranieri Foundation? The Foundation seeks a full time Coordinator for Programs and Operations to be based in the New York office located in Tribeca. The position is responsible for all aspects of managing the New York office facility. This […]
Visual Arts Fellows 2021-23
Congratulations to our newly announced 2021-23 Visual Arts Fellows. Vikky Alexander (Canada) Alper Aydın (Turkey) Monika Bravo (Colombia/USA) Joana Choumali (Ivory Coast) Jasmina Cibic (Slovenia) Adriana Corral (USA) Adam Crosson (USA) Jamal Cyrus (USA) Biraaj Dodiya (India) Angèle Etoundi Essamba (Netherlands/Cameroon) Aaron Gilbert (USA) Malek Gnaoui (Tunisia) Sheroanawe Hakihiiwe (Yanomami/Venezuela) LaMont Hamilton (USA) Délio Jasse […]
New York Times: 100 Notable Books of 2020
The year’s notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review, includes several Civitellians: Kim Ghattas (CRF 2019), Adania Shibli (CRF 2013), Samanta Schweblin (CRF 2011), Reginald Betts (future Fellow) and Natasha Trethewey (future Director Guest). To see the full list click here.
Jay Deshpande: The Umbrian Sonnets
Jay Deshpande (CRF 2018)’s new chapbook, The Umbrian Sonnets will be out in December. The project began two and a half years ago during his residency at Civitella Ranieri and it is now arriving in a world transformed. The book launch party, for PANK’s fall releases, will be this Monday, November 23, at 7:00pm, hosted […]
Bonita Ely: Memento
Bonita Ely (CRF 2018)’s new exhibition will be opening on Saturday, November 21, at Penrith Regional Gallery (Sydney, Australia). In this exhibition Bonita Ely presents work that draws connections between human experience and the physical and psychological environments that we inhabit. Plastikus Progressus presents a futuristic museum that traces the history of plastic waste and […]
Vanishing Point: Group Show with Gabrielle Le Bayon
This extraordinary year has allowed many of us to reflect within ourselves and see the surrounding world in a new light. Among many other things, we had to face dramatic changes in our lives, followed by feelings of loss and grief. In this show you are invited to explore how the artists, including Gabrielle Le […]