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The FST StudioProjects Fund was created in 2017 in order to award artists currently living and working in New York City funding for their studio rents. This initiative helps to support artists living in New York City thus encouraging studio practice in New York City. 


Frederieke Sanders Taylor was a collector and gallerist who was also involved in numerous arts organizations in New York. She was past President of Art Table, past member of the Architecture and Design Committee at MOMA, was on the Board of the Meredith Monk House Foundation, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and was on the Advisory Committee of the Storefront for Art and Architecture and Franklin Furnace Archives.

Born 1940 in the Netherlands. She received a BA from Leiden University in 1962 and an MA from Yale University in 1965. She worked for the Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association from 1962 - 1965, for the Centre for Environmental Studies in London from 1972 - 1975, and from 1976 -80 for the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies as Administrative and Development Director. 

In 1980 she became the Executive Director of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council until 1986. She was Director of the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire in 1987 - 1989, and The Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture in Maine 1989 -1991. She organized numerous exhibitions, for institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art ("Deconstructivist Architecture" with Philip Johnson), the Sculpture Center and private galleries, as well as the 55 Ferris Street exhibitions in Brooklyn. In 1993 she opened her gallery, then called the TZ'ART gallery, in Soho, which became the Frederieke Taylor gallery when she moved to Chelsea in 2001.


Frederieke Taylor Gallery was a Contemporary Art and Design gallery located in New York. The gallery had a history of showing design, architecture and installation, as well as traditional media of painting and sculpture.

Formerly known as TZ'Art, the gallery was founded in 1993 in SoHo by art collector and art dealer Frederieke Taylor with Tom Zollner. In 1998, the gallery moved to Broome Street as became known as Frederieke Taylor Gallery. From 2000 to 2010, the gallery was located at 535 West 22nd Street in Chelsea. From 2010 to 2018, the gallery was located at 145 East 29th Street, Suite 1A, New York, NY 10016, where it was open by appointment only as a private gallery and represented artists while participating in projects and art fairs. 

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