Video (3:43): Encoding / Decoding – Photo portraits of South Asian LGBTQ+ by Poulomi Desai at Misery LGBTQIA+ summer fair in London, UK, 2019.
Video (1:47): trailer about Behind the Zines by Queer Zine Library (UK).
2019 Queer|Art Community Portrait Project – Photographs by Lola Flash at The LGBT Center, New York, November 1, 2019 – January 9, 2020.
3 Days of VJ performances, Live A/V & video installations, Friday, June 14-16, 2019 by the Feminist VJ-collective Trial and Theresa: 23 international *women VJs und video artists; sound artist and DJ guests.
Straight To Hell. A poster created by Dyke Action Machine! aka Sue Schaffner and Carrie Moyer in 1994.
Jannica Honey, ‘When Fife Contemporary commissioned me I knew it was an extraordinary opportunity to not only support young people to create art/photography, but also raise awareness around representation and Identity. Human rights are about visibility and LGBT History Month is all about that.’
Video (2:03) : ‘Illma Gore: Volume One’ is a teaser about a documentary film that follows the life and times of controversial Los Angeles based artist Illma Gore.
Video (1:59): Watch excerpts from Talking Pictures: Camera-Phone Conversations Between Artists, on view at The Met, Fifth Avenue, New York, USA, from June 27 through December 17, 2017.
Video: Emily Sparkes OPEN OUT Kickstarter Project – the rewards.
Video (1:22): a trailer about HUSTLERS & EMPIRES by Michelle Handleman. HUSTLERS & EMPIRES is a newly commissioned multichannel video work and live performance.
Uncontainable is an craft based installation that explores the long history of the vessel being a metaphor for a feminine body that is open, empty, and awaiting to be filled by the patriarchy. …
After two weeks 54 friends have donated almost $6,000. I am so amazed and grateful.
Video (2:11): Behind the scenes of the Revolutionary Austin photoshoot at HausBar Farm, a sustainable urban farm in East Austin, USA.
Video (5:19): Next Magazine talks with people visiting the big 2016 installation of Zoe Leonard’s poem ‘I want a president …’. Produced by Mary Haedrich & Alexander Kacala for Next Magazine.
Video (3:03): Tess Sheerin is painting and talking about the creative process and her mural.
The archive of this path-breaking American artist and scholar chronicles the development of feminist and lesbian art from the 1970s through the 2000s.
Sadie Benning – Green God at Mary Boone Gallery, 745 Fifth Avenue, New York Exhibition dates: April 28 – July 29, 2016 Closing reception: Friday, July 29th, 6 – 8pm, at Callicoon Fine Arts. Related Link Article: Transgender Artist Sadie Benning Is Not Afraid by Diane Solway
Video (15:08) ‘Faces in the Crowd / Unfinished Business: The Atlantic LGBT Summit’ is a shortfilm with transperson and visual activist iO Tillett Wright’s Talk at The Atlantic LGBT Summit about her practice as an activist. iO wants to take 10000 portraits of (LGBTQI) people who selfidentifies as not 100%…
Artist statement by RED BIND – Gilivanka Kedzior and Barbara Friedman. Photos by Alexandra Laval, David Michael Clarke and Barbara Friedman. [HOMOCHROMIES] An art project featuring an installation (images and sound) and performative interventions by RED BIND – Gilivanka Kedzior and Barbara Friedman in collaboration with Céline San-Martin who is…
Bell and Kenia are closing Heart of Art Gallery in Los Angeles due to harassments.