ARTISTS’ RECEPTION: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2–4 PM at McClain Gallery in Houston, USA. Julia Kunin and Mara Held will both be present for an artists’ reception. The exhibition runs through March 18 2023.
Video (1:27:32): a book launch celebration for ‘Assuming the Ecosexual Position: The Earth as Lover’ with Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle and w/ special guests.
Video (2:17): queer artist and photographer Diana Solís (US) talks about her photography book Luz: Seeing the Space Between Us, (November, 2022).
Video (24:13): a flip through the whole 2,44 kilos gorgeous coffee table book ‘Wonderland’ by Annie Leibovitz (2021).
Video (3:55) Köpfe, Küsse, Kämpfe – Nicole Eisenman und die Modernen at Aargauer Kunsthaus 29.1. – 24.4.2022. The show is now on display at Kunstmuseum Den Haag, in Holland through February 12 2023.
Video (1:26):: Sketch for a Fountain’ by Nicole Eisenman made its debut at the Skulptur Projekte Münster, Germany in 2017. It is now permanently installed in Münster.
Video (9:19): the creator of this video talks about the life of bisexual Indian-Hungarian modernist painter Amrita Sher-Gil and paints her portrait.
Painting: ‘Group of Three Girls’ by Amrita Sher-Gil, 1935.
Video (23.37): Rakhee Balaram, PhD gives her paper about Amrita Sher-Gil (1913–1941), Hungarian-Indian avant-garde painter and bisexual woman.
Video (11:34): Amy Furness, Rosamond Ivey Special Collections Archivist and Head, Library & Archives, she offers a glimpse into the archives of sculptors Frances Loring (1887–1968) and Florence Wyle (1881–1968) at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada.
Video (13:21): Canadian artist SD Holman self-identifies as “butch”. In this video they talks about the book and the art project ‘Butch: not like other girls.’
SKINTIGHT by Lanee Bird January 20 – March 18, 2023 at Schlomer Haus Gallery, 2128 Market St. San Franciso, CA, USA. Opening reception is Friday, January 20th, 5pm to 9pm.
Video (3:08): Antonia Forster talks about her virtual reality LGBTQ+ museum built around artworks, objects, and stories from the LGBTQ+ community.
Video (1:50): A guided tour of the world’s first virtual LGBTQ+ museum.
An open Christmas letter to all of you from Birthe Havmøller, the editor of Feminine Moments.
Video (1:14:13): Sarah Zapata talks about her creative practice. Presented by MFA Fine Arts. Published by School of Visual Arts – NYC.
Video (44:22): Dawn Woolley’s artist talk is about her recently published book, Consuming the Body: Capitalism, Social Media and Commodification (2022). She also introduces the viewers to a number of her art projects including her series of annimated ‘Infomercials: 12 days of Christmas and 12 days of January’.
Video (2:05): Emma Anne Johnson Interview – a Multimedia Mixtapes Production (2021). Emma Anne Johnson was a Velvet Park ‘ARTS AND CULTURE, SPOTLIGHT’ queer artist in 2021.
Video (11:07): Velvet Park Media’s visual artist in residence of 2021: Gabrielle Randal. Gabrielle is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York. She is currently working on her clay and ceramics sculptures.
Video (32:45): Priyesh Mistry in conversation with the queer feminist artist duo Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings at the National Gallery, London, UK about the themes they found in Uccello’s for example the glorified male on a horse.
Video: João Florêncio in conversation with Shu Lea Cheang and Mary Maggic. The video was streamed live by Museion Bozen-Bolzano, Italy in November 2022.
‘Into View: Bernice Bing’ celebrates the Asian Art Museum’s acquisition of 20 paintings and works on paper that shine a light on the lesbian Asian American artist Bernice ‘Bingo’ Bing (1936-1998) who has only recently gained broad recognition for her achievements. The exhibition runs through June 26, 2023.