Video (3:21): David Matteson, educator at the Orlando Museum of Art, talks about ‘Blue Spirit’ (1978) by Harmony Hammond.
EYES OF ROXANA HALLS – Wednesday 11th – 25th May, 2022. A Duovision 10th Year Anniversary Exhibition. Curated by Duovision – Martin Green & James Lawler. Gallery 46 – 46 Ashfield St – E1 2AJ UK
Lupe Ficare: S1 – Frohnau March 8 – April 2, 2022 at Micamera, via medardo rosso, Milano, Italy.
Cassandra’s Sisters – Painters of the Future Lift the Curse at the Round Tower, Library Hall, Copenhagen Denmark. Exhibition dates: 30th April -16th June 2022. Curated by: Henriette Hellstern and Anna Walther. Vernissage: 29th April, 4-7pm.
Video (4:24): Maddox Gallery talks with Natalie about Australian-American Illma Gore’s famous painting of Trump (naked). The video was published in 2017.
Video (16:15): BALTIC Spotlight: Ad Minoliti, a promotional video about the current exhibition by queer Argentine artist Ad Minoliti. Jenny from BALTIC Crew gives us an insight into Ad Minoliti’s colourful exhibition ‘Biosfera Peluche / Biosphere Plush’ at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, UK. The exhibition runs through May 8 2022.
Video (3:48): Joan Snyder: Silk & Song (10th September – 22nd October 2021) is American painter Joan Snyder’s first solo exhibition at Galerie Haas Zürich.
Illustration: Symphony VII, 2021, oil acrylic, paper maché, dried flowers, stems, paper, ink, wooden hoop on line, 54x120in (137,2×304,8cm) (in two parts) by Joan Snyder.
Video (17:01): Art school with Paul Priestley presents Tamara de Lempicka: The Life of an Artist. Tamara de Lempicka was a bisexual artist, a popular art deco painter who lived a bohemian life in Europe and the US.
Sadie Lee Shocking Blue: Paintings of Sandy Powell and Other Stories. Opening: November 4, 2021, 19.30-21.30 hrs. Venue: New Art Projects London, UK.
Video (5:13): the short film ‘Rosa Bonheur: “As far as males go, I only like the bulls I paint”’ by the National Gallery, London, UK. Published on 8. March, 2019 as a part of Women’s History Month.
Video (1.18): encrusted with rhinestones and beaming with glitter, ‘Clarivel Right’(2014) by Mickalene Thomas holds a gaze that has the power to look beyond the sparkling surface in which the model is rendered.
Video (3:34): a walk through ‘Agnes Martin – The mind knows what the eye has not seen’, at Esker Foundation, Calgary, Canada (2018).
Video (7:58): Highlights from the 2020 exhibition Betty Parsons: “Heated Sky” at Alexander Gray Associates, a contemporary art gallery in New York City, and additional works. Illustration: Brick in the Sky (1969) by Betty Parsons.
Video (9:15): ‘Art Quick Look’ writes, ‘Marlow Moss was a gender queer, Jewish, female artist who charged the course of European modernism’ and then he discusses a couple of Marlow Moss’ works.
Video (43:38) this lecture with queer feminist painter Joan Snyder was recorded in 2013, presented as a part of the Spring 2013 Evening Lecture Series at the New York Studio School and published on Youtube May 2020.
The exhibition of works on paper by American lesbian gallerist and painter Betty Parsons (1900—1982) at Alexander Gray Associates, November 20, 2020 – January 31, 2021, highlights a pivotal moment in Parsons’ artistic career after she abandoned figuration to fully embrace abstraction.
Harmony Hammond: Crossings. Exhibition Dates: November 12, 2020 – January 16, 2021 at Alexander Gray Associates.
Video (2:10): trailer about “Murales” by Ad Minoliti at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia Venice, Italy.
Video (1:24.00): Argentinean queer feminist artist Ad Minoliti in conversation with Jessica Reynolds about her art project and colorful artworks. The talk was part of the Performing Indentity Series by the AA School of Architecture on October 30, 2020.
Video (34:30): Benjamin’s guests are artist Kim Leutwyler and the subject of her Archibald Prize 2020 finalist portrait, Brian Firkus, otherwise known as drag superstar Trixie Mattel.