PAS-À-PAS; NOT INTENT ON ARRIVING. A new photo-based exhibition by SD Holman at the SUM Gallery, Vancouver, Canada The exhibition runs through Jun 2, 2023. The works are from Holman’s walk across Canada following the death of their wife, Catherine White Holman.
‘Catherine Opie: Binding Ties’ brings together more than fifty key works traversing the queer artist’s historic and recent practice. The exhibition runs through July 9, 2023 at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Australia.
Video (55:19): LJ Roberts, the spring 2023 Arthur and Sheila Prensky Island Press Visiting Artist, is an artist and writer working in Brooklyn, New York and Pioneertown, California. LG Roberts is unapologetically queer.
Video (26:19): Tony Guida’s NY is a talk show illuminating the colorful corners of New York. His guest is Bonnie Yochelson, Art Historian and author of a coming book about the photographer and lesbian Alice Austen (1866 – 1952).
Video (4:24): A walk through Chitra Ganesh: “Dreaming in Multiverse” Patricia & Phillip Frost Art. The exhibition runs through April 16, 2023.
Video (33:43): Chitra Ganesh in conversation with curator Jared Ledesma about Leonor Fini’s “La Gardienne des Phoenix” (1952) and her own work “Urgency” (2020). Video by Des Moines Art Center, USA (2021).
‘Chitra Ganesh: Dreaming in Multiverse’ runs through Sunday, April 16, 2023 at Frost Art Museum Miami, USA.
See ‘Renée Jacobs – Partisan of the Lesbian Movement’ at the Erotic Museum in Barcelona, Spain. The exhibition runs through June 1, 2023, and will end with a fabulous closing event.
Leslie Lohman Museum of Art, New York, USA presents: Images on which to build, 1970s-1990s, MAR 10 – JUL 30, 2023
Video (5:29): How to make a collage portrait with Australian queer feminist artist Deborah Kelly.
Video (34:31): Shortfilm, Love Bite – Laurie Lipton and Her Disturbing Black & White Drawings (2016), by directed by James Scott.
Video (3:03): artist talk by Laurence Rasti (Switzerland) about her exhibition, There Are No Homosexuals In Iran, at Photo Kathmandu 2018.
Video (7:24): a leaf through Laurence Rasti’s photobook, There Are No Homosexuals in Iran (Edition Patrick Frey, 2017).
Video (1:06:02): Queer Zine Workshop for beginners with Alyssa Pisciotto, Canada.
Emma Nilisse is an illustrator from Gothenburg, Sweden who makes colorful drawings, mostly of animals. In this video, she talks about her art, why she’s drawn to the style she does and why queer illustrators are important. Language: English and Swedish with subtitles.
Video (10:04): Funny Livdotter founded the Homografiska Museet (Homographic Museum), a queer museum is located in Fengersfors, Dalsland, Sweden. In the video, Funny talks about what the museum is and why it’s needed.
Video (1:25:42): Heidi Nagtegaal and Jenny Lee Craig (Canada) discuss their top online tools that can help your artistic business flourish. This workshop will cover setting up successful social media channels, strategies for audience engagement and managing your digital to-do list.
Video (8:59): The queer feminist artist Harmony Hammond discusses work from her 2020 exhibition ‘Crossings’ at Alexander Gray Associates, New York.
Video (5:27): In this edition of ZOOM IN, curator Eva Huttenlauch discusses the complex levels of Indian queer feminist artist Tejal Shah’s works and the extent to which they reflect social conditions in India. Language: German with subtitles in English and German.
Video (18:40): TISSUE. a film by Nicola Tyson | Bertie Marshall, 1984 | 18:42 mins | Super 8. Silent. Nicola and Bertie are queer artists and have been friends and sometime collaborators for 40 years.