Tuesday, February 15, 2011

A Foundations News

A Foundation is “not sustainable in either the long or the short term.” This was the judgement made by Arts Council England rejecting an application towards 33% of our costs in Liverpool for 2010 - 2011. Therefore A Foundation is closing.

Some highlights since 2006 have been: Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2010, Liverpool Biennial 2010 Touched - Sachiko Abe and Antti Laitinen, Live in Translation - Tatsumi Orimotp, Noritoshi Motoda and Johan Nowak, Marianna Vasileva, Following Bauhaus - Artur Zmijewski, Hearts and Minds - Jon Fawcett, The Economy of the Gift - Ticiana Correa, Eric Bainbridge, Brass Art, Geta Bratescu, Elodie Pong, Jacob Dahlgren, Mark Harasimowicz, Shaun O’ Dell. Brass Art, Ceri Hand, Rebecca Lennon, Shaun O’ Dell, Marion Ivan and Jean-Claude Freymond-Guth, Jack Hanley, A Curriculum Laura Mousavi - Florian Bielefeldt, Noel Clueit, Przemek Dzienis, Myles Painter, Hannah Perry, Philip Root, Elizabeth Skadden, Emily Speed, Wrong Love, Touch Village, Kimbal Bumstead, Henry Stringer, Blanca Delatorre, A World Rattled of Habit - Ben Rivers, Haroon Mirza, Daniel Pasteiner, Julia Waugh, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2008, Communication and Association - Artists Anonymous, Far West Metro, Jiyoon Lee, Fantasy Studio - Project, Kyungwoo Chun, Yeondoo Jung, Young In Hong, Yongbaek Lee, Junebum Park, Sookyung Yee and Hyun-Mi Yoo, Encounters - Manuel Vason, Port City - Mishac Gaba, Yto Barrada, Ursula Biemann, Mary Evans, Meschac Gaba, Melanie Jackson, Erik Van Lieshout, William Pope.L, Zineb Sedira, The Only Living (or Your Lonely Saucer Eyes) - Brian Griffiths, Triangle of Need - Catherine Sullivan, Cennet Bahcesi - Mustafa Hulusi, drum n’ basin - SIMPARCH, Sleep of Ulro - Goshka Macuga, Silent Sound - Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Virtual Grizedale - Grizedale Arts and Office for Subversive Architecture, Sally O'Reilly, Stewart Home, Susan Curtis, Tai Shani, Davis A Bailey, Axel Lapp, Minako Jackson, Iian Jackson, Clare Warren, Helen Briely and Mike Carney.

We’d like to thank our staff, audiences and funders for their support of this extraordinary achievement - Mark Waugh Director.