Video (1:45) A short biography about the life of Germaine Krull (1897–1985), bisexual woman, artist photographer, hotellier and buddhist.
Louise Catherine Breslau (1856–1927) was a German-born Swiss lesbian painter. Her partner was French artist, writer, decorator and painter Madeleine Zillhardt (1863-1950).
Video (1:13): Curator Meg Slater talks about a work by bisexual French modernist painter Marie Laurencin whose life and oeuvre now is explored from feminist and queer perspectives.
Chanson de Bilitis (1905) by Marie Laurencin.
Mariette Lydis (1887–1970) (born Marietta Ronsperger) was an Austrian-Argentine painter and illustrator famous for her lesbian litographs.
Photos by Bolette Berg (1872–1944) from the box labeled ‘private’ with glas negatives of the couple Marie Høeg (1866–1949) and Bolette Berg. The images are from ca. 1895-1903 all taken in their studio.
Video (1:09:46): Sarah-Joy Ford and Veronica Slater discuss the history queer art and their own queer feminist art projects.
Video (26:19): Tony Guida’s NY is a talk show illuminating the colorful corners of New York. His guest is Bonnie Yochelson, Art Historian and author of a coming book about the photographer and lesbian Alice Austen (1866 – 1952).
Video (15:18): Slideshow with works by bisexual, surrealist Czech artist, painter, drafter and illustrator Maria Čermínová. Watch the video on Youtube.
Claude Cahun: Under huden, February 10 – July 23 2023 at The Brandts Museum, Odense, Denmark. The large retrospective exhibition features 70 photographs and photomontages by the lesbian artist, or made in collaboration with her partner, illustrator and designer Marcel Moore.
Video (11:34): Amy Furness, Rosamond Ivey Special Collections Archivist and Head, Library & Archives, she offers a glimpse into the archives of sculptors Frances Loring (1887–1968) and Florence Wyle (1881–1968) at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada.
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.
Video (1:38): ‘Jess Dobkin is a performance artist based in Toronto, Canada. She is best known for her 2006 work The Lactation Station.’ – Wiki4All
Video (11:13): slideshow – ‘Berenice Abbott was one of the most talented and prolific photograpers of the 20th century. One major chapter in her photographic art works, was an extensive capture of New York City in the 1930s. This presentation is a collection of 100+ photographs, paired with a lo-fi ethereal soundtrack.’
Video (1:08:09): Historian Beans Velocci and Lori Waselchuk, Assistant Director of Public Programs discuss the life and art of Harriet Hosmer.
Video (1:11:22): a conversation about Ithell Colquhoun (1906-1988). – In celebration of the publication of the first in-depth study of the reclusive British surrealist poet, painter, and occultist Ithell Colquhoun, biographer Amy Hale & poet Timothy Liu will discuss the life and work of this enigmatic figure.
Video (12.25): Queer Cornwall: Marlow Moss, Gluck and Ithell Colquhoun in Lamorna a video by Tate Gallery (2021).
Radical Desire: Making On Our Backs Magazine open through September 30, 2022 at Kroch Library, Hirshland Gallery, Olin Library, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA
The exhibition opened June 2, 2022 and will be open (more dates) through July 31, 2022 at Johnson Museum of Art, USA.
Video (53:35): a podcast about the life of sculptor and lesbian Harriet Hosmer (1830-1908). Harriet Hosmer was known in her day as a ‘Lady Sculptor’, an ‘Emancipated Woman’, and as a leading member of ‘The White Marmorean Flock’.