Revson

  • The Charles H. Revson Foundation operates grant programs in Urban Affairs, Jewish Life, Biomedical Research, and Education.

    Books We're Reading Now

    Out of Egypt:  A Memoir
    by Andre Aciman

    All the Light We Cannot See:  A Novel
    by Anthony Doerr

    The Riddle of the Labyrinth
    by Margalit Fox

    The UnAmericans
    by Molly Antopol

    The World of Yesterday
    by Stefan Zwieg

    Fire and Ashes: Success and Failure in Politics
    by Michael Ignatieff

    Recent News

    "My Library Is": New Yorkers Share what they Love about their Neighborhood Branches

    May 19, 2014

    Featuring excerpts from nominations submitted for last year's NYC Neighborhood Library Awards, "My Library Is" illuminates the myriad ways that public libraries enrich communities — in New Yorkers' own words.

    New York Magazine features short film about NYC's public libraries

    May 16, 2014

    Created by filmmakers Julie Dressner and Jesse Hicks, this Revson-funded documentary highlights the many unexpected ways the city's libraries enrich New Yorkers' lives and strengthen the social fabric of communities.

    "Rising Rents Leave Artists Out in the Cold"

    March 10, 2014

    The New York Times talks to Spaceworks' Paul Parkhill about the lack of affordable studio space for artists in the five boroughs.

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