Video (0:26): HAUSER & WIRTH: NICOLE EISENMAN – Maker’s Muck, 5 May – 22 Jul 2022.
Video (58:26): Artist’s talk with Constantina Zavitsanos about their work in waves from holography to haptic sound, and the cacophony of incapacity and interference as shifting sites for speculation and sociality beyond scarcity. Constantina Zavitsanos (New York, NY) is currently QUEER|ART mentor (2003): visual art.
Video (4:17): Mickalene Thomas was commissioned by the office of Art in Embassies to design and install a mosaic mural on the exterior wall of the U.S. Embassy in Dakar. In this video she and her Senegalese collaborators talk about the project.
Video (2:16): the first time queer artist Mickalene Thomas sees her artwork on the wall of the Metro corridor.
Video (9:28): Texas-based queer artist Liss LaFleur provides insight into her exhibition Don’t Worry Baby.
Video (2:49): A video tour of ‘Don’t Worry Baby’ by Liss LaFleur. It is her second solo exhibition with Galleri Urbane, Dallas, Texas, USA.
Video (2:53): Liss LaFleur talks about her exhibition Liss LaFleur, May 7 – July 17, 2022 at Nasher Sculptural Center, Dallas, Texas.
Liz Collins’ exhibitions recommended by Queer|Art Newsletter, June 2022
Exploring the vulnerability of queer female masculinity, Michèle Pearson Clarke: Muscle Memory is the first major solo exhibition in a public gallery for Toronto-based artist Michèle Pearson Clarke. The exhibition runs through May 23, 2022 at the Art Gallery of Hamilton in Canada.
Finish artist Mox Mäkelâ has donated her latest artwork ‘Laulu / Song’ to the Maritime Museum of Finland. The artwork is currently on display at the Maritime Centre Vellamo in Kotka, Finland.
Sarah Zapata: An instep along the self edge, Thursday, December 17, 2020, 5:00 PM 6:00 PM, an online event organised by Queer-art.org.
Who owns our history – and what role does art play in relation to memory? Elle-Mie Ejdrup Hansen examines these questions in her solo exhibition STILL (for) PEACE, Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark, September 18 – November 29, 2020.
‘This Much I’m Worth’ by Rachel Ara is on display Saturday, September 14 – Sunday, September 22, 2019 at V&A, London, UK
The group show which among others features works by Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan is on at Two Rivers until July 7, 2019 at Two Rivers Gallery, Prince George, BC, Canada.
Video (5:21): in the video ‘Brooklyn MADE’ multi-year QAM Mentor and Brooklyn based designer Liz Collins talks about her creative practice. Her project was part of the 2019 BRIC Biennial in Brooklyn.
March 23 – July 28, 2019 at MMCA, Seoul, Korea.
Video (1:08:11): lecture by American queer feminist artist Patricia Cronin (2018).
Video (5:19): London based artist Rachel Ara in conversation with Adelaide Damoah about her work “This Much I’m Worth” (2017).
Video (2:17): about Anya Gallaccio’s installation ‘dreamed about the flowers that hide from the light’ at Lindisfarne Castle, 2018.
Please join us Thursday, July 27th from 6-8PM for the opening reception of Rachel Farmer’s instalation, ANCESTORS TRAVERSING QUILTS at Leslie-Lohman Museum, New York.