By Henri Neuendorf. Posted 2/7/19. From Artnet News.
While the organization has a long track record of supporting art through grant-making, such as the establishment of the $100 million Art for Justice fund launched in collaboration with collector Agnes Gund, this is the first time the foundation has had a dedicated platform for arts programming.
The 2,000-square-foot double-height exhibition space is located on the first floor of the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice. Its headquarters, a mid-century modern building designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects Roche-Dinkeloo in 1967, recently underwent a two-year refurbishment lead by the architectural firm Gensler.