Feminine Moments' newsletter - art books

October 2018

Edited by Birthe Havmoeller

Dear Reader,

As both Tate Modern and MOMA are cutting corners these days by linking from their website to artist biographies on Wikipedia, I am happy to see new fine publications about or by lesbian/queer feminist artists are still being made. The world has not gone all digital yet. I may have neglected the presentation of new art books by lesbian and queer feminist women artists in the earlier issues of the Newsletter this year, but in this issue I have made a 'comeback' with several posts about art and photography books. Enjoy the videos with a look inside some of the books.

Art Book

New Books About Agnes Martin

A number of new art books and biographies about Agnes Martin has been published in 2015 - 2018. The latest book promises to reveal some of the artist's significant lesbian relationships. Read more.

Art Book: Annie Leibovitz Portraits 2005-2016

Video (5:54): look inside the photography book Annie Leibovitz Portraits 2005-2016 (Phaidon Press, 2017). Read more.

Art Book: A Photographers Life: 1990-2005 by Annie Leibovitz

Video (10:47): about Annie Leibovitz's photography book A Photographers Life: 1990-2005 and her life by Tedd Forbes/The Art of Photography. Read more.

Art Book: Olympic Portraits by Annie Leibovitz (1996)

Video (3:39): look inside the art book Olympic Portraits by Annie Leibovitz (Bulfinch Pr, 1996). Read more.

Racing Age by Angela Jimenez

Look Inside The Book: Racing Age by Angela Jimenez

Video (3:00): look inside the photography book: Racing Age by Angela Jimenez.  Read more.

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Lesbian Herstory - Artists or Activists

Cathy Cade

Cathy Cade (2018)

In this informal interview with photographer and lesbian activist Cathy Cade is talking with a friend about her life with the civil rights movement and her books. Read more.

Adejoke Tugbiyele

Adejoke Tugbiyele on Giving Voice to The Voiceless

Video (5:12): artist talk with Nigerian-American artist, architect and activist Adejoke Tugbiyele who uses mixed media to give voice to the LGBTQ communities of Africa, (2015). Read more.

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Exhibitions

Contribution to Light - The Early Works of Barbara Hammer

KOW Madrid, Spain, presents a solo exhibition of early works of Barbara Hammer. The exhibition runs through January 31, 2019. Read more.

Copyright The New Art Projects London

Threesome in Liverpool

Threesome presented by DuoVision as part of Homotopia Festival 2018, November 4 - December 2, 2018 at The Gallery, 41 Stanhope St, Liverpool, UK. Artist talk and opening: November 4, 2018. Read more.

Copyright Deborah Kelly

Deborah Kelly - Life in the Ruins

LIFE IN THE RUINS | Collages by Deborah Kelly. October 5 – November 4, 2018 at Fabian & Claude Walter Galerie, Zurich. Read more.

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Lectures and Short Videos

Christina Rosenberger, Finding the Grid: Agnes Martin and Abstraction (2017)

Video (1:01:56): in her lecture Christina Rosenberger, author of 'Drawing the Line: The Early Work of Agnes Martin', examines the arc of Agnes Martin’s early career. Read more.

'Language of the Heart' by Adejoke Tugbiyele (2018)

Video (7:50): in February 2018, Second Street Gallery Charlottesville, VA, presented Language of the Heart, an exhibition, curated by Kristen Chiacchia, featured the work of Adejoke Tugbiyele. Read more.

Annie Leibovitz on Using The Camera As An Artist (2017)

Video (1:08): CBS This Morning's co-host Charlie Rose in conversation with Annie Leibovitz. Read more.

Ingrid Pollard

Nottingham Contemporary in conversation with Ingrid Pollard

Video (14:42): Nottingham Contemporary in conversation with exhibiting artist Ingrid Pollard as part of The Place Is Here exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary 03 Feb - 1 May, 2017. Read more.

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Call for materials. I invite the queer feminist artists among my readers to send me press releases (and photo) about your exhibitions or add me to your facebook invitations. I would love to share more posts about art shows in my next Newsletter.

Love and kisses,

Birthe Havmoeller // havmoeller@gmail.com