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.
A panel discussion on LGBT ‘Myths and Mythology’ in art past, present and the future at:
Menier Gallery, Lower Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU, UK
Friday November 21, 2014 / 6 pm to 7.30 pm.
FREE. Book your place!
Organised by GFEST 2014
The panel features artists Sadie Lee and Matthew Stradling who will talk about their work. Art critic and writer Anna McNay will also present her views. Professor of Philosophy and Fine Art Johnny Golding, Director, Centre for Fine Art Research (CFAR), Birmingham School of Art will chair and lead the discussion.
This event is a part of GFEST 2014 and the GFEST 2014 Visual arts exhibition which runs November 10 – 22, 2014 at Menier Gallery in London.
You are invited to a private view on Thursday 30 August 6-8pm
at Ketchum Pleon, 35-41 Folgate Street, London E1 6BX
Transformers: portraits by Sadie Lee
art@ketchum pleon proudly presents ‘Transformers’, a series of powerful portraits by award-winning artist Sadie Lee [UK]. The exhibition features work from two of her recent shows: ‘And then He was a She – Paintings of Holly Woodlawn’, and ‘Pin Ups’.
‘And then He was a She – Paintings of Holly Woodlawn’ is a series of large-scale oil paintings of Holly Woodlawn, legendary Warhol Superstar drag queen and star of the Warhol films ‘Trash’ and ‘Women in Revolt’. Holly is perhaps best known as the character in the first verse of Lou Reed’s iconic hit ‘Walk on the Wild Side’. Funded by Arts Council England, The Drill Hall, London, queerupnorth and Salford City Council, and supported by Homotopia, the show premiered in Salford, then travelled to the Novas Gallery, Liverpool, The Drill Hall, London and was shown in Berlin at the Schwules Museum in 2010.
‘Pin Ups’ was first shown in 2011 in Liverpool as part of Homotopia’s annual arts festival. The collection of portraits is an homage to some of Lee’s favourite underground icons. These include legendary artist/performance artist David Hoyle; revered actress Rita Tushingham; promoter and photographer Stav Bee; figurative painter Matthew Stradling; artists’ model Frank Sweet and professional pin up Anderrida Shurville.
Original paintings and limited edition giclee prints will be available to buy throughout the exhibition, which runs from 27 Aug – 19 Oct 2012
Sadie Lee has launched a series of Fine Art prints of her queer paintings at UK Creatives:
Queer painter Sadie Lee (UK) writes:
The prints were launched with my new series Pin Ups which is showing currently at The Gallery, 41 Stanhope Street, Liverpool, [UK] until December 3rd.
Also available for the first time are a number of older works, including Erect, Venus Envy and images from the 2007 collection And then He was a She – Paintings of Holly Woodlawn.
The prints are in two sizes, on acid free satin-matte 300 gsm museum paper, using Epson Ultrachrome K3 inks.
All prints are signed and numbered by me.
Hope you find the time to have a look and if you can think of anyone who might be interested, please pass on the message!
Promotional video – Homotopia Festival presents the exhibtion Pin Ups
Pin Ups consists of a selection of new and existing portraits from Sadie Lee and Matthew Stradling exploring the idea of queer icons and inspired by the eponymous David Bowie album. In this video curator James Lawler and the out and proud artists Sadie Lee and Matthew Strading talk about queer art and their art exhibtion Pin Ups, which is a part of the Homotopia Queer Arts Festival in Liverpool. The exhibtion runs until December 3, 2011 at the Gallery, Liverpool, UK.