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.
A retrospective monograph of Julie Mehretu’s work that traces the development of one of America’s most celebrated abstract painters.
Log Lady Lusty – Curator, Art Pimp and most prominently Log Lady, A Viral Outbreak Disaster Publication Thinly Disguised as a Vanity Publishing Epic.
Red Hanky Panky is the legendary long running queer comic series by Rachael House which began in the 90s. Issue 10 collects work made during a residency at the Queer Zine Archive Project and explores Pride, homonormativity, bi-invisibility, and queer rage.
Video (1:47): trailer about Behind the Zines by Queer Zine Library (UK).
Historic Richmond Town is excited to be partnering with art historian Dr. Bonnie Yochelson on a new book about photographer Alice Austen (1866-1952).
Queer Portraits (#queerportraits) by Sarah Jane Moon 2 to 14 November 2019 at The Gallery, Downstairs at The Department Store, 248 Ferndale Rd, London, SW9 8FR, UK. Opening hours: 10.00 – 17.00 daily.
Killjoy’s Kastle: A Lesbian Feminist Haunted House at ICEBOX PROJECT SPACE, Philadelphia, US, October 16-27, 2019. Killjoy’s Kastle is created by Deirdre Logue and Allyson Mitchell and a coven of over 100 performers from Philadelphia. All events are free and open to the public. The special events include ‘Inside Killjoy’s Kastle’ Book Launch
October 19, 2-4 PM.
Video (3:21): Rachael House talks about her work in Comix Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics,(2016).
Video (1:46): Otis Artist Book Collection: Cheri Gaulke & Sue Maberry “Marriage Matters”, from Binding Desire: Unfolding Artists Books exhibition in 2014.
Queer|Art|Pride Book & Print Fair on Saturday, June 8th from 1–6pm at Abrons Arts Center, 446 Grand St. New York, USA. FREE, Open to the Public, RSVP Recommended.
New art book: Sharon Hayes, Phaidon Press (November, 2018)
Video (10:20): We visit NYC based photographer Gail Thacker at the Gene Frankle Theatre about her prolific career behind the camera and cultivating LGBTQ culture throughout 40 years. And she shows us her latest book.
‘Art After Stonewall: 1969-1989’ is a two-part exhibition runing in New York until July 20, 2019. It is accompanied by a fully-illustrated 300-page catalogue (published by Rizzoli Electa) with essays by more than 20 established and emerging scholars and artists.
South African visual activist Zanele Muholi talks about her 2017 exhibition Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness which was turned into a monograph last year.
Video (0:22): GUERRILLA GIRLS: GRÁFICA 1985-2017, the catalog for their exhibition September 2017 – March 2018 at Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP), Brazil.
Video (2:06): Indira Allegra talks about her ‘Blackout’ art project (2016) which she published a book about in 2017.
Threesome is open at the Gallery, Liverpool, UK until December 2, 2018 – with full-colour catalogue available for the bargainous £15!
A number of new art books and biographies about Agnes Martin has been published in 2015 – 2018. The latest book promises to reveal some of the artists significant lesbian relationships.
Video (1:01:56): in her lecture Christina Rosenberger, author of Drawing the Line: The Early Work of Agnes Martin, examines the arc of Agnes Martin’s early career.