Barbara Hammer – Lesbian Whale: Early Drawings and Paintings

Untitled 1, 1969. Courtesy of Barbara Hammer and Company Gallery. Barbara Hammer Lesbian Whale: Early Drawings and Paintings September 13 – October 11, 2015 Opening Reception: September 13, 6-8 pm Company Gallery 88 Eldridge Street, 5th Floor, New York, New York 10002, USA Barbara Hammer’s Lesbian Whale: Early Drawings and…

LAURIE LIPTON : DRAWING IT OUT

Film by Eric Minh Swenson. Produced by AC Projects (2014). Laurie Lipton in her studio in Los Angeles talking about her creative practice. Laurie is currently represented by the Ace Gallery, Los Angeles, USA.

Deborah Kelly & Tina Fiveash: Hey, Hetero!

Artist Statement by Deborah Kelly Hey, Hetero! Tina Fiveash and Deborah Kelly, 2015 Hey, Hetero! Tina Fiveash and Deborah Kelly, 2015 The 5th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art presents the group exhibition Ident-alter-ity, June 17 – July 31, 2015 in Thessaloniki, Greece. Deborah Kelly & Tina Fiveash’s collaborative work Hey…

Goodbye/Hello by Nicola Tyson

Goodbye/Hello by Nicola Tyson Dates: June 10 – July 25, 2015 Venue: Nathalie Obadia, Paris, France Nicola Tyson was born in 1960 in London, England. She attended Chelsea School of Art, St. Martins School of Art and Central St. Martins College of Art and Design in London and currently lives…

Catherine Lord “Ink on Paper” Lecture

Catherine Lord gave her “Ink on Paper” lecture on April 20, 2015. Catherine Lord is an artist, writer, and curator whose work addresses issues of queer theory, feminism and colonialism. With Richard Meyer, she is the author of the survey history “Art and Queer Culture”. Catherine Lord is an Emerita…

Ester Fleckner – How to spell a sound that is physical

A woodcut print by Ester Fleckner.   Ester Fleckner – How to spell a sound that is physical 10 April – 9 May 2015 at Avlskarl Gallery, Bredgade 28, Copenhagen, Denmark Opening hours: Wednesday-Friday 1 pm – 6 pm. Saturday 12 pm – 3 pm. The exhibition How to spell a…

Vulvae meet Paper meet Scissors

Collage by Ann Antidote for the exhibition Vulvae meet Paper meet Scissors Vulvae meet Paper meet Scissors – A collage of (queer) graphical collaborations With Ann Antidote, Sadie Lune, Sissi Ário, Jenny One. March and April 2015 at Other Nature, Mehringdamm 79, 10965 Berlin, Germany. Mon-Tue: 12h–18h, Wed-Sat 12h-18h Collage…

California: Alternative Press Expo – Queer Cartoonists Panel

Press release via Queer Cultural Center, October Newsletter  Queer Cartoonists Panel w/ Justin Hall, Maureen Burdock, Gene Guilmette, Sara Lautman, Lonnie Mann, Matt Wobensmith, and Rick Worley October 5, 4:15pm Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason, 2 Marina Blvd., SF, USA $10 The Queer Cartoonists Panel is back for its 11th not-so-straight…

Sydney: Kitchen Sink and Other Domestic Disturbances

Press Release by Anne Bentley Anne Bentley & Meggs Yeo – cousins alone together for the first time in: Kitchen Sink and Other Domestic Disturbances 7 – 17 May, 2014 Sheffer Gallery 38 Lander Street Darlington, Sydney 2008 (02) 9310 5683 Wednesday – Saturday 11AM – 6PM Opening with a…

Suzie Pindar – Endless Possibilities

Suzie Pindar – Dream, 21cm x 29.7cm, black edged wood frame 32.5cm x 42.5cm Endless Possibilities – a group mixed media exhibition Camden Image Gallery 174 Royal College Street, Camden, London March 8 – 20 2014 UK artist and queer woman Suzie Pindar takes part in the exhibition titles Endless…

Hannah Höch at Whitechapel Gallery, London

Eisler Curator and Head of Curatorial Studies, Daniel F. Herrmann, introduces Hannah Höch at the Whitechapel Gallery. The Hannah Höch exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery runs through March 23 2014. The exhibition bringing together over 100 works from major international collections, the exhibition examines Höch’s extraordinary career from the 1910s to…

Jeanne Mammen

Slideshow of early works by Jeanne Mammen, Germany Jeanne Mammen (1890-1976) watercolorist, painter, printmaker was born in Berlin, grew up in Paris where she got her fine arts education. She lived most of her adult life in Berlin. Jeanne Mammen is know for her graphics, including nude and semi-nude female…

Are You My Mother? a Graphic Novel by Alison Bechdel

KQED’s The Writers’ Block: Alison Bechdel: Are You My Mother? Are You My Mother?: A Comic Drama by Alison Bechdel Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; First Edition edition (May 1, 2012) Language: English ISBN-10: 0618982507 ISBN-13: 978-0618982509 A video by Alison Bechdel about the process of making a graphic novel

Nicole Eisenman: Woodcuts, Etchings, Lithographs and Monotypes

Gallery hopping with James Kalm, who captured some video of the opening of Nicole Eisenman: Woodcuts, Etchings, Lithographs and Monotypes (May 24 – June 30, 2012) at Leo Koenig Inc. New York, USA. Video by James Kalm Related Link Another video by James Kalm: Nicole Eisenman New Paintings at LEO KOENING…

Lesbian Art Herstory – Jeanne Mammen

Weimar – Jeanne Mammen by f.fiorellino Jeanne Mammen (1890-1976) watercolorist, painter, printmaker was born in Berlin, grew up in Paris where she got her fine arts education, and she lived most of her adult life in Berlin. “Working in Germany in the 1920s and 1930s, Jeanne Mammen (1890-1976) produced graphics,…

Drawing on Experience by Caroline Smith

Caroline Smith, Drawing on Experience, Tate Modern – 27 June 2009 from Oriana Fox on Vimeo. Camerawork: Richard Canham & Francesca Ungaro. Drawing on Experience by Caroline Smith Caroline Smith’s homage to Bobby Baker’s ‘Drawing on a Mother’s Experience’ (1988) involved the divulging of other people’s eating secrets, spilling and…

Jerusalem: INANNA by Liliana Kleiner

Press release by Liliana Kleiner Print from the series Inanna by Liliana Kleiner INANNA – 12.01.2012 – 09.02.2012 at Antea, a Space for Women’s Art at Kol Ha-Isha in Jerusalem “INANNA – SHE DESTROYS WHAT IS FORBIDDEN TO DESTROY. SHE CREATES WHAT IS FORBIDDEN TO CREATE” Inanna is the ancient…

Cape Town: Isilumo Siyaluma, a Queer Solo Show by Zanele Muholi

Isilumo siyaluma is a Zulu expression that can be loosely translated as “period pains/ periods pain”. Additionally, there is an added meaning in the translation that there is something secretive in and about this blood/“period in time.”
At one level, my project deals with my own menstrual blood, with that secretive, feminine time of the month that has been reduced within Western patriarchal culture as dirty.