Support


Artist testimonials celebrating the 10th anniversary of the New Commissions Program in 2015.

Your gift of any amount has impact. 100% of your gift is tax-deductible. Donations can be made online below, or alternatively donate by contacting Lina Alfonso at tel: 212.219.0473 ext.103 or by email: [email protected]


The generosity of our individual donors, trusts, foundations, corporate and public sponsorships, is vital to the success of Art in General. Make a donation today and allow us to continue to provide artists with unique opportunities to advance and extend their practice, bringing future generations of artists and audiences together.

Founded in 1981, Art in General is a leading nonprofit New York City arts organization that assists artists with the production and presentation of new work. We support local and international artists through our signature New Commissions and International Collaborations programs.

Art in General hosts ground-breaking exhibitions; public programs that focus on critical and timely issues in artistic and curatorial practice; and a renowned residency program that supports early-career artists and curators from around the world.

The organization has a long history of supporting artists early in their careers. From Glenn Ligon in 1991, to Marina Abramović in 1993, to Gabriel Orozco in 1994, Sharon Hayes in 2005, Postcommodity in 2017 and countless others. Art in General is often at the forefront of giving artists their first New York solo exhibitions.

Art in General artists have gone on to be included in the Whitney Biennial, Documenta, Istanbul Biennial, and the Venice Biennale, among others, as well as in exhibitions at major institutions in New York abroad, such as MoMA, the New Museum, Tate Modern, and many more. Our recent exhibitions and programs have been covered in the press by Artforum, Frieze, the New York Times, The New Yorker, the Guardian, and numerous others.

Contributions can be made online by clicking here. Alternatively you can donate by contacting Teriha Yaegashi at tel: 212.219.0473 ext.105 or by email: [email protected] If you would like to mail in a donation please send to:

Art in General
20 Jay Street, Suite 210A
Brooklyn, NY 11201

With your support, Art in General can continue to offer cutting-edge programs at no cost to the public, enabling them to engage with critical and timely issues through the exploration of different artistic and curatorial practices.


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MEMBERSHIPS

There are many different ways to contribute to Art in General. You can always support Art in General through direct donations and your gift of any amount has impact. You can also become a member:

Commissioners’ Circle membership is a high level contemporary form of patronage that directly supports our New Commissions while offering members the opportunity for in-depth engagement with artists ($2,500 member, $5,000 supporter, $10,000 leader). More information/join here.

Insider Membership is a way to gain access and be part of the art community, while fundamentally supporting Art in General ($500 individual, $850 dual). Commissioner Circle and Insider members take advantage of members-only events, including private artist talks, private dinners with artists, studio visits, private collection tours, VIP previews, and private curator led tours of other major institutions. More information/join here.


Art in General was founded in 1981 and supports the production of new work by local and international artists primarily through its New Commissions program and its International Collaborations program. Art in General also produces an annual program What Now? on critical and timely issues in artistic and curatorial practice.

New Commissions program has supported over 60 individual artists and collectives to produce ambitious new works through substantial curatorial, logistical and financial support since 2005. Thank you for your ongoing generosity, support, and dedication! Your gift is fully tax deductible with the limits prescribed by law, less the value of the goods and services provided.