Dani and Sheilah ReStack: Cuts in the Day

Video (4:01): Cuts in the Day at Camden Art Centre, London through January 15, 2023, is the first institutional exhibition in the UK by Dani and Sheilah ReStack (USA). The exhibition expands and develops the artists’ exploration of queer desire, family, climate crisis, and collaboration. The artist duo discusses their works in the video.

Phyllis Christopher: Contacts (2021)

Video (7:18): In this episode of BALTIC Bites, queer feminist artist Phyllis Christopher discusses San Fransisco’s lesbian community in the ’90s and what it meant to capture intimate acts of queer sexuality and protest through documentary photography in the 1990s. See the virtual exhibition ‘Phyllis Christopher: Contacts’ on BALTIC Centre for contemporary Art’s website. The BALTIC hosted Phyllis Christopher’s exhibition in 2021.

Liz Collins in Conversation with Julia Bryan-Wilson

Video (1:10:31): ‘Liz Collins: Mischief’ at Touchstones Rochdale, Rochdale’s art center in Greater Manchester, UK, runs through 8 January 2023. Guest curator Julia Bryan-Wilson is here in conversation with Liz Collins in the exhibition.

Ingrid Pollard: Carbon Slowly Turning

Video (4:05): Turner Contemporary presented the first major mid-career survey of Ingrid Pollard earlier this year. See the Turner Contemporary Exhibition Video (2022) with artist and queer feminist Ingrid Pollard about the exhibition.

Unapologetic Sexuality

Unapologetic Sexuality 21 Oct 2022 – 4 Nov 2022 at Saint George Street in Mayfair, London, UK.

Kensington, London: QUEER ART(ists) NOW

QUEER ART(ists) NOW. 17 September 2022 – 08 October 2022 at Space Station Sixty-Five, 373 Kennington Rd, London SE11 4PS, UK. QUEER ART(ists) NOW is the UKs biggest Queer open call exhibition, featuring 75 artists under one roof!

EYES OF ROXANA HALLS

EYES OF ROXANA HALLS – Wednesday 11th – 25th May, 2022. A Duovision 10th Year Anniversary Exhibition. Curated by Duovision – Martin Green & James Lawler. Gallery 46 – 46 Ashfield St – E1 2AJ UK

Modern Women Artists 3: Marlow Moss, with Lucy Howarth

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.

The Rebel Dykes Art & Archive Show

The Rebel Dykes Art & Archive Show at Space Station Sixty-Five, Building One, 373 Kennington Road, London
June 25th – September 17th 2021. Press release and photos courtesy of curator and activist Atalanta Kernick