‘Believable: Traveling with My Ancestors’ – A stunning full-color collection of photographs, old and new, by the renowned photographer and LGBTQIA+ activist Lola Flash.
Category: Art book
Video (7:24): a leaf through Laurence Rasti’s photobook, There Are No Homosexuals in Iran (Edition Patrick Frey, 2017).
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 (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.’
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’.
Dark Room: San Francisco Sex and Protest, 1988–2003, (Book Works, 2021), is the first book to spotlight Phyllis Christopher’s trailblazing photographs documenting lesbian erotic life and political struggle. Phyllis Christopher’s monograph is edited by Laura Guy.
Video (4:21): Curator Suzanne Cotter talks about the book and the exhibition with the same name ‘Zoe Leonard. Al río / To the River’ which premiered at Mudam Luxembourg Museum, 26.02 – 06.06.2022.
Book Launch – Al río / To the River: Zoe Leonard, Tim Johnson, Catherine Facerias, Elisabeth Lebovici
Video (1:16.27): Book launch of “Al río / To the River“; Zoe Leonard in conversation with Tim Johnson, Catherine Facerias and Elisabeth Lebovici at Mudam Luxembourg Museum, 26.02.2022.
Video (24:18): “Is Wonderland Annie Leibovitz’s Best Photography Book Yet?”, a flip through of the coffee table book, Wonderland by Annie Leibovitz (Phaidon 2021) with a soft jazz soundtrack. ‘Wonderland’ features 330 stunning photographs, many of them previously unpublished.
Video (5:48): Nan Goldin – ‘My Work Comes from Empathy and Love’ | TateShots, 2014. In the video, Nan Goldin mentions her book Eden and After: Nan Goldin, (PHAIDON, 2014).
Video (1:11:22): a conversation about Ithell Colquhoun (1906-1988). – In celebration of the publication of the first in-depth study of the reclusive British surrealist poet, painter, and occultist Ithell Colquhoun, biographer Amy Hale & poet Timothy Liu will discuss the life and work of this enigmatic figure.
Video (1:14:16): lecture by Lex Lancaster (they/them) discussing their book, Dragging Away: Queer Abstraction in Contemporary Art, forthcoming from Duke University Press in Fall 2022.
Renée Jacobs: POLAROIDS (Galerie Vevais), a new monograph with erotic nudes by photograph Renée Jacobs is due to be published in January 2022. An American, Renée now lives with her wife in the south of France.
‘Joan Snyder: Silk & Song’, exhibition catalogue (2021) is available now. See the online preview at Galerie Haas’ website.
Video (54:51): In her presentation, art researcher and author Lucy Howarth talks about the life of Marlow Moss (1889–1958) who was a British Constructivist artist and a central figure in the development of European non-figurative art, and her book about ‘Marlow Moss’ (2019). This event was streamed live via Zoom on Thursday 18th March 2021.
Video (59:05): cartoonist and illustrator Yao Xiao discussed her serialized comic Baopu and debut graphic novel “Everything Is Beautiful, And I’m Not Afraid”.
Video (35:36): queer feminist photographer Catherine Opie talks about her creative practise as she is taking you on a tour in her studio. Catherine mentions her new monographs, Catherine Opie (Phaidon, 2021) published in May 2021.
Texas Talks Art presents Zoe Leonard and Tim Johnson with curator Ingrid Schaffner of The Chinati Foundation. They talk about Zoe Leonard’s forthcoming book AL RIO /TO THE RIVER, edited by Tim Johnson.