The Salomon Foundation Residency Award Recipient

June 4, 2015 | By Robin Guivarc'h
Anita Molinero, Sans titre, 2005

The Salomon Foundation recently awarded French artist Anita Molinero the first annual Salomon Foundation Residency Award. This residency provides Molinero with a 350-square-foot work studio at ISCP in Brooklyn and an $18,000 stipend to cover lodging and living expenses for six months. The jurors took into consideration the value and impact of a residency in New York on the recipient’s career when making their selection. Her residency started this June. See the list of candidates here.

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