Other is a norm-chritical community comics project organised by Heidi Lunabba. Workshops will be held during the Helsinki Pride September 7-13, 2020. COMICS EXHIBITION in the yard of the National Museum of Finland, Mannerheimintie 34, 00100 Helsinki during Helsinki Pride.
Video (12:16): The painting analyzed in this video essay, Medallion (the YouWe picture) by Gluck, is one of their most famous as it is one of the first depiction of a queer relationship in art history.
Video (1:25:43): in her lecture Carleton University professor Ann Cvetkovich addresses the recent proliferation of LGBTQ archives as a point of departure for a broader inquiry into the power of archives to transform public histories.
My work is an exploration of identity, vulnerability and courage. My subjects have accepted that they are not meant to fit in but to stand out…
Download your free copy of the exhibition catalogue and visit the online exhibition, Sarah Jane Moon – Painting Lives, which runs until August 24 at the Project Room 2020 run by Art North Projects.
PAINTING LIVES: portraits by Sarah Jane Moon at Project Room 2020 15th July – 24th August 2020 is accompanied by a video walkthrough of the work and full catalogue with essays by Diana Souhami and Julia Bell.
Multimedia artist Nao Bustamante discusses her interventions on ‘The Joan Rivers Show’ and Bravo’s ‘Work of Art’ and “filmformance” work, fusing moving image and live performance.
Video (44:05): Artists Jutta Koether and Nick Mauss from New York in conversation with museum director Matthias Mühling in Munich, Germany about Florine Stettheimer (1971-1944) and her queer imagery. Video by Art Basel, 2014.
Video (1:46): Four Saints in Three Acts, 1934. Opera libretto by Gertrude Stein. Composed by Virgil Thomson. Choreography by Frederick Ashton. Costumes and Set Design by painter Florine Stettheimer.
Video (23:27): Artist Talk by Patty Chang. Patty Chang is known for provocative performances that challenge social behaviours and stereotypes; American performance and video artist Patty Chang presented her artist talk and performance at Connecting Space Hong Kong on 10 December 2015.
Video (4:39): ‘A Plate – The Thing About…’ by performance artist Patty Chang features clips from her 1998 performance videos ‘Melons (at loss)’ and ‘Shaved (at loss)’.
Video (19:43): artist and queer woman Indira Allegra is interviewed about “Past Presence”, a two person show at Pro Arts gallery with Christopher R. Martin in 2017. Her works deals with with black grief and police violence. It offers a healing space in response to the politicized trauma in Black contemporary life through the medium of weaving.
Video (15:37): Paris Photo’s interview with Zanele Muholi. Muholi is a South African visual activist and photographer. For over a decade she has documented black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people’s lives in various townships in South Africa.
Video (12:07): after the exhibition “Mettersi a Nudo” at the Cascina Nuovo Armenia in Milan, Italy in November 2019 Valentina Andreoli interviewed artist and queer woman Lupe Ficara about her works and the creative process.
Video (1:07:54): alongside the ‘Julie Mehretu’ retrospective at LACMA, California, USA, a programme was organised which among others featured a panel debate, where the participating black feminists were invited to discuss the exhibition and Julie Mehretu’s oevre as a visual activist.
A retrospective monograph of Julie Mehretu’s work that traces the development of one of America’s most celebrated abstract painters.
Video (34:27): this documentary features interviews with queer artist Laurie Lipton and fans of her art.
Video (15:49): Artist Roxana Halls in conversation with Nicola Jennings about laughter, self-portraiture, and her work in relation to the art of Judith Leyster, Rembrandt, Goya, Dürer and Giovanni Bellini.
Log Lady Lusty – Curator, Art Pimp and most prominently Log Lady, A Viral Outbreak Disaster Publication Thinly Disguised as a Vanity Publishing Epic.
Video (5:00): UNCEDED VOICES #8 – Jessica Sabogal (2018). Published by Unceded Voices : Anti-colonial street artists convergence. Jessica Sabogal a queer muralist from California.