Jess Dobkin’s Wetrospective

Jess Dobkin’s Wetrospective
September 2 to 26, 2021
Opening Reception: Friday, September 10th, 6 – 9 pm at Art Gallery of York University (AGYU) in Toronto, Canada.
The exhibition includes an extensive event programme.

The Rebel Dykes Art & Archive Show

The Rebel Dykes Art & Archive Show at Space Station Sixty-Five, Building One, 373 Kennington Road, London
June 25th – September 17th 2021. Press release and photos courtesy of curator and activist Atalanta Kernick

It’s All Poetry

Tonight Leslie Lohman Museum of Art presents poet and visual artist Pamela Sneed at the opening of ‘OMNISCIENT: Queer Documentation in an Image Culture’ which runs through January 2, 2022. And it is last chance to see Sneed’s solo exhibition B-LEAFS which is currently on view at the Motherbox in New York.

Zanele Muholi – ‘In My World, Every Human is Beautiful’ (2020)

Video (6:55): Zanele Muholi – ‘In My World, Every Human is Beautiful’. Zanele talk about her creative practice and her LGBTQ activism using images to bring about change in a queerphobic world by presenting people who are not represented and excluded from the art canon.

Filmmaker Vanessa Haroutunian

Video (5:48): “I want to surround myself by strong and able women” is a short film with an interview with queer filmmaker Vanessa Haroutunian published by Womanity Project, (2020).

Patricia Cronin: Aphrodite Reimagined

Video (59:56): queer feminist artist Patricia Cronin in conversation with Tampa Museum of Art’s curators Dr. Seth Pevnick and Richard E. Perry in May 2021 after the museum’s acquisition of Aphrodite Reimagined by Patricia Cronin.

Local Artists Live: Shannon Anderson

Video (31:01): Shannon Anderson, a queer feminist artist based in Montgomery, Alabama, USA, talks about her creative practice in her studio space. Video published by Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, June 2021.

Cambridge Radical Feminist Network – Lecture by Rachel Ara

Video (1:07:05): a lecture by queer feminist artist Rachel Ara. She talks about her creative practise and and her experience with being de-platformed in 2019. Video by Cambridge Radical Feminist Network, 2021. The no platforming of works by older women artists, being labeled “turfs” is misogyny, the art world that excluding critical women artists.

Catherine Opie Interview

Video (53.14): Charcoal Book Club interviews Catherine Opie about her latest book, ‘Catherine Opie’, (Phaidon, 2021). This podcast ia an audio-only podcast.