Zanele Muholi at Maison européenne de la photographie (MEP), 5/7 rue de Fourcy, Paris, France, February 1 – May 5 2023. The exhibition features more than 200 photographs and videos since the early 2000s by queer feminist artist Zanele Muholi.
Video (12:00): The female nude dates back to the very beginning of art, but it remains a contested symbol. American photographer Renée Jacobs speaks to Eve Jackson (France 24) about reclaiming it and using it as a form of queer and feminist activism. Jacobs’ photo books are entitled “Paris” and “Polaroids” and her exhibition “Dreams & Desires” is being shown at the Sinner hotel in Paris through December 11, 2022.
Through 29 January 2023 the Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris, France, is hosting photographer Zoe Leonard’s exhibition ‘Al río / To the River’. The exhibition is accompanied by a two-volume catalogue.
Video (7:27): Artist Etel Adnan (1925-2021) is famous for her abstract landscape paintings and her distinct use of colour. In one of her last interviews, she talks about her art, beauty, Vincent van Gogh and about colour in relation to nature.
‘Dreams & Desires’ by Renée Jacobs at SINNER Paris, France, November 9 – December 11, 2022. The show highlights the artist’s works representing the female nude and Sapphic eroticism.
Congratulations and high five to photographer Renée Jacobs!
The exhibition opened June 2, 2022 and will be open (more dates) through July 31, 2022 at Johnson Museum of Art, USA.
Renée Jacobs is pleased to announce the opening of her exhibit “seeingWOMEN” at FotoNostrum Gallery on May 20, 2022. Jacobs’ work will be shown alongside Helmut Newton’s “Private Property.” The exhibition runs through July 24, 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.
Video (5:13): the short film ‘Rosa Bonheur: “As far as males go, I only like the bulls I paint”’ by the National Gallery, London, UK. Published on 8. March, 2019 as a part of Women’s History Month.