This exhibition and its related programming are made possible with the support of Haverford’s new Initiative in Ethical Engagement and Leadership and the John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities.
The Wall in Our Heads also received generous support from the following institutions:
Adrian Piper Research Archive Foundation
Getty Research Institute
Keith Haring Foundation
Library of Congress
The Wende Museum
The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall was commissioned and first shown at the Goethe-Institut Washington, October 15-December 15, 2014.
John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities/Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery
Koshland Director: Laura McGrane
Associate Director: James Weissinger
Programs and Administrative Manager: Emily Cronin
Associate Director, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery and Campus Exhibitions: Matthew Seamus Callinan
Financial and Administrative Assistant: Kerry Nelson
CFG Co-Managers: Pia Chakraverti-Wuerthwein and Kelly Jung
CFG Programming Coordinator: Dylan Kahn
CFG Staff: Morgan Chien- Hale, Evan Hamilton, Mia Rybeck, Sofia Vivado, Alexandria Wang
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery
370 Lancaster Ave Haverford, PA 19041
To all of the artists in the exhibition for their generous contributions.
To the individuals and organizations who helped produce the exhibition and its programs: William Roy Hodgson (Assistant Curator), Adrian Piper Research Archive Foundation, Amira Abujbara, Bill Adair, Zach Alden, Alliyah Allen, Laurie Allen, Greg Biché, Sylvia Blume, Lisa Boughter, Norma Broadwater, David Bruce, Matthew Seamus Callinan, Franklyn Cantor, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery Staff, Andrew Chalfoun, Catharine Clark Gallery, Freda Coren, Verna Curtis, Gretchen Dykstra, Caleb Eckert, Wilfried Eckstein, Dr. Walter O. Evans, Ruth and Barry Farber, Brigitte and Elke Susannah Freed, Getty Research Institute, Gitterman Gallery, Goethe-Institut Washington DC, Sarah Green, Nan Goldin Studio, Ellen Gould, Julia Gruen, Anna Gurton-Wachter, Keith Haring Foundation, John Halifax, Haverford College Initiative in Ethical Engagement and Leadership, Hauser & Wirth Zürich, Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities, Pearl Jonas and the Science Leadership Academy, Kelly Jung, Dylan Kahn, Allan Kaprow Estate, Jessie Lamworth, Nilay Lawson, Katherine Lennard, Library of Congress, Kristin Lindgren, Vita Litvak, Magnum Photos, Patrick Mansfield, Matthew Marks Gallery, Laura McGrane, Karen Mondaca, David Moore, David Morris, John Mosteller, Catheline Phan, Moved Pictures Archive, Tionney Nix, Provisions Library, Rebecca Raber, Annelise Ream, Deborah Roberts, Amanda Robiolio, Danny Rothschild, José Ruiz, RJ Rushmore, Donald Russell, Jeremy Rutkiewicz, SceneFour, Michael Schiffer, Leonard Schmieding, Debora Sherman, Sebastianna Skalisky, Parker Snowe, Jacob Sweeney, Giotta and Ryu Tajiri, Lucia Thomé, Madison Tillman, Lawrence Weiner Studio, James Weissinger, Wende Museum and Tarssa Yazdani.
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