‘Nicole Eisenman: What Happened’, 11 Oct 2023 – 14 Jan 2024 at Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK. See a silent video that takes us on walkthrough the eight sections of the retrospective exhibition about queer artist Nicole Eisenman’s paintings and sculptures.
Rojina Farrokhnejad: Gods and Monsters, Oct 14 – Dec 1, 2023 at SUM Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Video (1:05:13): Artist talk by Jess T. Dugan at Hendrix College (Nov 2023). Jess’ exhibtion ‘Every Breath We Drew’ is on exhibit through December 12, 2023 at Windgate Museum of Art, Conway, Arkansas.
Video (47:47): Anna O. Marley, Ksenia M. Soboleva and Jonathan D. Katz discus how Queer Identities and Histories have been encoded in American Art.
Video (12:29): FRANCE 24 has invited Simon Baker, director of la Maison européenne de la photographie to talk about Zanele Muholi’s 2023 exhibition in Paris. Language: French.
Video (9:08): Anna Chinni speaks about their work, “Iphis and Ianthe,” included in the KO:IN Pride exhibition “Centering Queer Art” at the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library (May-June 2023). Parts of this exhibition traveled to Germany and were on display at the Köln Volkshochschule (July-August 2023).
Video (6:15): Artist talk with LJ Roberts on the occasion of LJ Robert’s exhibition and publication “Carry You With Me: Ten Years of Portraits,” (Pioneer Works, 2021).
Dreaming of Home, SEP 07 – JAN 07, 2024 at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, USA. Dreaming of Home brings together artists whose work explores queer and trans domestic life across international and intergenerational perspectives.
The queer art group exhibition ‘Between Us’ is on view at Alexander Gray Associates, Germantown, New York, September 1–October 15, 2023.
Video (1:06:37): E. G. Crichton in conversation with Alexandra Teixeira Riggs for a discussion of the book, Matchmaking in the Archive: 19 Conversations with the Dead and 3 Encounters with Ghosts by E. G. Crichton.
A.K. Burns: Of space we are… Feb 11, 2023–Jul 09, 2023 at Wexner Center for the Arts,1871 North High Street Columbus, Ohio.
Julia Kunin about her ceramics. Listen to an interview with Julia Kunin by Brainard Carey at the Museum of Non-Visible Art, USA.
Video (1:30:40): The National Queer Arts Festival, NQAF 2022, was celebrating NQAF’s 25th Anniversary with a look at memorabilia and a conversation about the activism, origins and legacy of QCC with QCC’s founders Pamela ‘Pam’ Peniston, Jeff Jones & Lenore Chinn.
Unapologetic Sexuality 21 Oct 2022 – 4 Nov 2022 at Saint George Street in Mayfair, London, UK.
Video (1:16:09): “Poking Holes and Piercing Through” an online talk with American artists Caitlin Rose Sweet and Ben Pinder who each do their presentations in the video. The event was hosted by Dorsky Museum in New York, 2020.
‘Over the Rainbow’ at Preus Museum — Norway’s National Museum of Photography in Horten. May 28 to December 31 2022. Curator: Hilde Herming
Det skeive blikket Vol II / The queer gaze part II, September 23 2022 – December 31 2022 at KODE Kunstmuseer & komponisthjem: KODE 4, Lysverket, Rasmus Meyers allé 9, 5015 Bergen, Norway.
Tipping the Drop, 2 Oct 2022 – 16 Oct 2022 at m3 Kunsthalle, Mengerzeile 1–3, 12435 Berlin, Germany. This four-person group exhibition features works by queer artist Noemi Y. Molitor.
“Wunderkammer 2022” – the Queer Art Festival and Exhibition at Design og arkitektur Norge (DOGA), Hausmannsgate 16, 0182 Oslo, Norway, October 7-16, 2022. It features 600 works by 130 artists!
QUEER ART(ists) NOW. 17 September 2022 – 08 October 2022 at Space Station Sixty-Five, 373 Kennington Rd, London SE11 4PS, UK. QUEER ART(ists) NOW is the UKs biggest Queer open call exhibition, featuring 75 artists under one roof!