Video (7:19): Florence Henri au Jeu de Paume (2015) is a short presentation about Florence Henri’s photographic oeuvre.
Video (11:09): Annie Drew made this video about Painter Agnes Martin (1912–2004) on the occasion of Agnes Martin’s Birthday, March 2020.
Video (12:16): The painting analyzed in this video essay, Medallion (the YouWe picture) by Gluck, is one of their most famous as it is one of the first depiction of a queer relationship in art history.
French painter Jeanne Sarah Nathalie Micas (1824-1889) lived with her partner, painter Rosa Bonheur, for over 40 years.
Beauty is not in the rose. Beauty is in your mind. – Agnes Martin.
Successful sculptor Harriet Hosmer (1830 – 1908) and her workers at her studio in Rome in 1861.
Harriet was a lesbian, a staunch feminist and one of the most successful of the American artist working in Rome, Italy in the 19th century.
Video (56:36): ‘in this performative lecture delivered at the Whitney on October 10, 2018, Barbara Hammer shares guidelines and film clips from her long-term art-making practice.’
Video (2:55) Watch the video, then plan your visit to “Clear Comfort”, the home of photographer and lesbian Alice Austen (1866 – 1952), now The Alice Austen House Museum.
In this informal interview with photographer and lesbian activist Cathy Cade she is talking with a friend about her life with the civil rights movement and her books.
Video (23:11): a video biography about Eileen Gray. With each passing year Eileen Gray becomes more important in defining the history of modernism.
Video (3:52): a short video about late lesbian photographer Laura Aguilar (1960-2018) by NOWNESS (2018).
Video (58:55): the documentary ‘ Gluck – Who Did She Think He Was ?’ about Hannah ‘Gluck’ Gluckstein was originally presented by the BBC, when Tate Britain in London ran the group show ‘QUEER BRITISH ART 1861–1967’.
The sculptures ‘Minehaha’ and ‘Hiawata’ by black American artist Edmonia Lewis (1845 – 1911) who migrated to Europe to work on as an artist.
Selbstbildnis III, 1905 by Ida Gerhardi.
Video (59:07): a BBC documentary about author, cartoonist, illustrator, artist and lesbian Tove Jansson.
Screening and Conversation: The Female Closet by Barbara Hammer on October 30, 2017 at 18:30 – 20:00 at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Selfie with Tove Jansson. Birthe Havmoeller went to see the retrospective exhibition about the life and oeuvre of Finish lesbian painter, author and illustrator Tove Jansson at Gl. Strand in Copenhagen, Denmark. The exhibition runs through September 3, 2017.
“I document for the world to know of our existence” is the mission and driving force that has seen Zanele Muholi continue to produce images that command attention.
Video (3:32): trailer about Packed In A Trunk – The Lost Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson (2015), a documentary film about American lesbian artist Edith Lake Wilkinson (1868 – 1957) co-written and produced by Jane Anderson (Edith’s great-niece) together with her wife, Tess Ayers.