Video (3:55) Köpfe, Küsse, Kämpfe – Nicole Eisenman und die Modernen at Aargauer Kunsthaus 29.1. – 24.4.2022. The show is now on display at Kunstmuseum Den Haag, in Holland through February 12 2023.
Video (9:19): the creator of this video talks about the life of bisexual Indian-Hungarian modernist painter Amrita Sher-Gil and paints her portrait.
Painting: ‘Group of Three Girls’ by Amrita Sher-Gil, 1935.
An open Christmas letter to all of you from Birthe Havmøller, the editor of Feminine Moments.
Video (0:56): Visual artist Wang Liang-Yin introduces her works at ‘Spectrosynthesis – Asian LGBTQ Issues and Art Now’, MOCA Taipei, 2017. The subtitles are almost readable.
What did it feel like to be there? presents a selection of twelve portraits from a larger multi-disciplinary project by Gwen Shockey with Riya Lerner featuring lesbian and queer women who have dedicated their lives to creating and holding space for women in New York City from the 1950s to today.
Feminine Moments invite lesbian, bisexual and queer women artists to take part in Feminine Moments’ celebration of the Pride month, June 2022, by sending me one or two artworks which celebrate love, sensuality and ‘joie de vivre’ for publication on Feminine Moments – Queer Feminist Art Worldwide. Send your proposals…
Video (1:31): exhibition view video of the sculpture, Head With Deamon, by Nicole Eisenman, Biennale Arte 2019.
I am celebrating birthday of the website and visibility project of Feminine Moments.
I have shared a moment with one of Zanele Muholi’s bold self-portraits from her series ‘Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness’.
Video (45:43) queer feminist artists and romantic partners Deirdre Logue and Allyson Mitchell in conversation with Michelle Jacques and Chase Joynt about their creative practices and collaborative projects.
Video (5:16): ‘explore the work of New York-based artist Mickalene Thomas, who is best known for her elaborate, rhinestone-encrusted paintings of African-American women. ‘I Can’t See You Without Me’ explores the representation of women of color in art, addressing their absence and celebrating their beauty.’
Video (1:44): Nicole Eisenman, Fountain, 2017 by Hauser & Wirth.
Call for participants from Queer|Art|Mentorship in New York Press photo, portraits of the 2022 mentors from Queer|Art|Mentorship in New York Queer|Art is pleased to announce the new Mentors for the 2022 Queer|Art|Mentorship (QAM) program cycle. The Mentorship program is the cornerstone of Queer|Art’s work, providing a platform of support for…
Text and photos by guest blogger, photographer Jannica Honey: The first strike happened in 2016. My pregnant friend was immediately removed and a 30 days ban was put in place on my Instagram account. …
As the lockdown continues… Mox Mäkelä writes, the virus is the boss now. Andjust’s screenings have shifted and therefore: Here have some PEACE & a catering (cup of tea) and “the special stage movie”: HAGIOSCOPE
Birthe Havmøller: I am an alternative feminist – an arts activist. I promote queer feminist artists and their art projects. Happy 8th March, 2021!
Through 2021, Feminine Moments invites queer feminist artist around the world to submit: artist books, catalogues and queer feminist zines for publication on Feminine Moments. The submitted PDF publications will be presented in a new flip book PDF viewer.
‘Chitra Ganesh: A city will share her secrets if you know how to ask’ is a site specific installation for the facade of Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, New York – through October 18, 2021.
Leslie-Lohman Museum are thrilled to announce that Alyssa Nitchun — who has worked for years at the intersection of art, culture, and social justice — has been named the new Executive Director of the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art!
From my home in gloomy Denmark, I wish you a ‘Glædelig Jul’, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year! Love, Birthe Havmøller (the editor).