Taylor Smith: Artist statement and paintings Study For Two Women. Painting by Taylor Smith Artist Statement Taylor Smith: Within my work, I blend my own contemporary interpretation of abstraction with elements of traditional still life and portraiture. Mathematics, organic chemistry, mechanics, photography and pop culture also play a role in…
Artist statement and photos by Ange Groenwoud
Photographies and artist statement by Leah DeVun
Mox Mäkelä, Finland.
Artist statement and photos by Marta Kochanek (Poland). Marta is currently based in UK.
Harmony Hammond is a visual artist, art writer and independent curator, who lives and works in Galisteo, New Mexico, USA. She is one of the pioneers of the American feminist art movement.
It is proud and good to be… by Dagmar Kase – Modified essay from forthcoming book published by thealit. frauen. kultur. labor. Also published in ETMU (The Society for the Study of Ethnic Relations and International Migration)-blog. Still from Dagmar Kase’s video It is proud and good to be… “Eestlane…
Artist statement by Hinda Schuman All images are copyright Hinda Schuman 2011 Photo from A True Story by Hinda Schuman Artist book: A True Story by Hinda Schuman Congratulations to Hinda Schuman, USA. Five images from photographer and queer woman Hinda Schuman’s autobiographical artist book A True Story were selected…
Text and photos by Birthe Havmøller. Interview with Mary Coble, Odense, Denmark.
Artist Statement by Violetta Jara, Poland/UK.
Jerusalem Inanna – A documented journey of one Self portrait by Liliana Kleiner, Music: “Luminoza Lux” by Gabriela Flores Painter and lesbian Liliana Kleiner is orginally from Buenos Aires Argentina, where she learned the art of painting in oils in the tradition of the old European masters. She has lived…
Tess Sheerin moved from New Zealand to England in 2008 to pursue her art career.
Eleanor Leonne Bennett (born 1996) is a teenage photographer and visual artist from the North West of England. She tells, these photos are based on the theme of illness and freedom.
Artist statement and photos by Siv D. Rognstad (Norway), who works on a series of photographs with images of ‘Yin Ressurections’.
Queer artist María DeGuzmán asks: Where would you like your artwork to appear? On gallery walls, in private collections, on the Internet, in magazines, in and on books?
Artist statement by Jess Dobkin: I approach performance art as an inherently subversive practice. My performances challenge the status quo, transgress boundaries and envision alternate realities. …
Text and artwork by Debbie McCarthy: Nearly a decade later, I look back on my time at Leeds with fond memories.(…) Looking at these drawings makes me realize that I didn’t simply arrive at the person I am today, it was a metamorphic struggle.
Photographer Julie Fogarty has made a fine portfolio of casual portraits of her queer friends, lovers and aquintances.
Photos and Artist Statement by Beata Kosc: ‘The “Certain Body” is a series of self-portraits. It is focusing on gender as a layer of identity attributed to the body…