Sarah Silberman Art Gallery
curated by Molly Nuzzo and Robin Meyer.
OUT/break is a visual survey of art made by LGBTQA artists at a time of monumental historic significance.
March 3 – April 3, 2015
March 3rd 11:30 – 1:30
Artist Talk by Yvonne Buchanan
March 26 at noon
Out/break is a collection of visual commentary by national artists responding to the radical shifts and implications of “normality” as experienced in LGBTQA culture in the mainstream. Curated by professors Robin Meyer and Molly Marie Nuzzo.
February 21 – March 29
At Akershus Kunstcenter, Norway
Zanele Muholi is among the renowned South African artists. Through her art she fights the cause of the black lesbians, gays and transsexuals. She has previously been showed at the Venice Biennial in 2013, dOCUMENTA (13) in 2012, and Dak’Art in 2014.
PROGRAMME OPENING WEEKEND
Saturday February 21, 2015 at 1–5pm:
1.30pm: Official opening by Ambassador Queen Anne Zondo, South African Embassy, Oslo
2.30pm: Artist talk with Zanele Muholi and anthropologist and development advisor Kjersti Augland
4.00: Book signing and release of Muholi’s latest book ‘Faces and Phaces’
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What we are looking for:
Glitter Bomb seeks artwork exploring the physical, social, political, historical, affective, and irreverent dimensions of queer alliances and connections. How do queers bond, connect, and create alternative models for social interaction and political transformation? How do we build on past models of queer sociality as well as contemporary modes of media and technology to forge new ways of connecting that reflect the urgency of social justice movements today?
All media and forms of social and art practice will be considered for the physical and virtual exhibition space.
Iconic painter and American modernist Georgia O’Keeffe (1887 – 1986), the wife of Alfred Stieglitz, is among other things known for taking the feminist practice of painting flowers to a whole new and higher level in the first part of the 20. century. She is also famouse for painting the landscapes of the American South West and today she is often compared with Andy Warholl for having an iconic personality which has overshadowed her work. Her sensual paintings are an important part of the feminist art history in the 20. century and inadvertedly she became a role model for a new generation of feminist artist later in her life.
The above slideshow presents some of her magnificient botanical compositions of the flowers and vegetables from her garden.
Hobusepea 2, 10133 Tallinn, Estonia
February 18 – March 9, 2015
You are cordially invited to the exhibition opening:
February 18 at 18.00
The artists [presented by this queer/feminist exhibition] are: Annika von Hausswolff, Carla Castiajo, Eva Mustonen, Katarina Meister & Lylian Meister, Kristin Reiman, Liina Pääsuke, Mare Tralla, Mari-Leen Kiipli, Sadie Lee and Valpuri Kalma.
Curators: Anna-Stina Treumund & Stacey Koosel
On March 4, 2015 at 17.00 there will be artist talks by Sadie Lee (UK) and Annika von Hausswolff (SE). The artist talks will be part of Ladyfest Tallinn 2015.