Art Encounter: Laura Aguilar

Video (3:45): Gloria Sanchez shares her insights on the work Stillness #33, 1999 by Laura Aguilar (1959-2018) a Chicana lesbian artist.

Tessa Boffin: 1989-1993

Feminine Moments recommends Hales’ presentation of the exhibition ‘Tessa Boffin: 1989-1993’. Hales, New York, has the best online gallery about UK lesbian photographer Tessa Boffin’s main works!

Kaucyila Brooke – Artist’s Talk

Video (1:47:30): Mexico February 2023, Kaucyila Brooke talks about a number of her art projects among others her research and art project about lesbian bars.


FEMME at Galerie Émilie Dujat, Bruxelles June 16 – July 8 2023, is Renée Jacobs’ first solo exhibition in Belgium. It is a comprehensive and uncensored overview of more than 120 works.

Artist Talk with Sarah-Joy Ford

Video (9:32): NWCDTP PhD Placements – Crafting identity at Plas Newydd by Sarah-Joy Ford who explores the home and embroyderies of the lesbian couple Eleanor Butler (1739–1829) and Sarah Ponsonby (1755–1831).

Australia – Catherine Opie: Binding Ties

‘Catherine Opie: Binding Ties’ brings together more than fifty key works traversing the queer artist’s historic and recent practice. The exhibition runs through July 9, 2023 at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Australia.

Kelli Connell Photographs at the Alice Austen House Museum (2021)

Video (3:10): American photographer and queer artist Kelli Connell was invited to present her exhibition Double Life at the Alice Austin House Museum. At the same time, she made new works with her model Kiba Jacobson whom she has been working together with for 20 years.

Liebe am Werk – Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore

Video (26:06): – The German version of a French documentary, “Liebe am Werk – Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore” (2019) by Stéphanie Colaux. The documentary is about the life of artists and romantic partners Claude Cahun and Marcel Moor (aka Lucy Schwob and Suzanne Malherbe). Language: German

Photographer Renée Jacobs on female power, sexuality and reclaiming the nude

Video (12:00): The female nude dates back to the very beginning of art, but it remains a contested symbol. American photographer Renée Jacobs speaks to Eve Jackson (France 24) about reclaiming it and using it as a form of queer and feminist activism. Jacobs’ photo books are entitled “Paris” and “Polaroids” and her exhibition “Dreams & Desires” is being shown at the Sinner hotel in Paris through December 11, 2022.