Tonight Leslie Lohman Museum of Art presents poet and visual artist Pamela Sneed at the opening of ‘OMNISCIENT: Queer Documentation in an Image Culture’ which runs through January 2, 2022. And it is last chance to see Sneed’s solo exhibition B-LEAFS which is currently on view at the Motherbox in New York.
Video (6:55): Zanele Muholi – ‘In My World, Every Human is Beautiful’. Zanele talk about her creative practice and her LGBTQ activism using images to bring about change in a queerphobic world by presenting people who are not represented and excluded from the art canon.
Video (1:18.22): zoom webinar conversation with queer artists Laurence Rasti, Alireza Shojaian, and Sarp Kerem Yavuz, moderated by Andrew Gayed and introduced by Gayatri Gopinath took place on March 10, 2021.
Video (2.23:11): Curatorial Activism/Queer Curating a long zoom event about how to deconstruct and structurally redo the queer curatorial practices. Among the panelists are queer feminist curators: Clare Barlow, Birgit Bosold and Amelia Jones.
Video (55:05): introduction by Nannette V. Maciejunes, executive director and ceo of Columbus Museum of Art and presentations by Jonathan Weinberg and Anastasia Kinigopoulos from the opening of ‘Art after Stonewall, 1969-1989’ on 03.05.2020.
PAINTING LIVES: portraits by Sarah Jane Moon at Project Room 2020 15th July – 24th August 2020 is accompanied by a video walkthrough of the work and full catalogue with essays by Diana Souhami and Julia Bell.
Video (9:56): ‘On Our Backs’ at the Leslie-Lohman Museum with Curator Alexis Heller. The exhibition explores the history of queer sex work culture, and its intimate ties to art and activism.
The exhibition is on view at Columbus Museum of Art, USA, March 6, 2020 – May 31, 2020. NB. Due to public health concerns CMA are temporarily closing for 3 weeks starting March 15, 2020. Read the full press release about the queer art show here.
’50 Years of Pride’ opens Thursday, May 7 on the ground floor and North Light Court of San Francisco City Hall, San Francisco, California. The curators are artists Lenore Chinn and Pamela Peniston.
Video (3:52): Art21, episode #263: Visual activist Zanele Muholi explains the impetus behind creating what they call “mobile studios” to photograph members of the LGBTI community in South Africa
Video (3:44): queer feminist artist Zanele Muholi talks about her creative practice and her political art works. “The aim of this series is to undo racism in the media, in mainstream spaces.” – Zanele Muholi
Queer Portraits (#queerportraits) by Sarah Jane Moon 2 to 14 November 2019 at The Gallery, Downstairs at The Department Store, 248 Ferndale Rd, London, SW9 8FR, UK. Opening hours: 10.00 – 17.00 daily.
The 2019 Ballarat Frolic Festival, a queer arts festival in Victoria, Australia runs from November 7-13, 2019. The festival presents Frolic Art Show, a queer art exhibition with local LGBTQ artists.
Utopian Imagination, September 17 – December 7, 2019. The Ford Foundation Gallery, New York, USA.
THE ANNUAL PARTY: EXHIBITION OPENING AND QUEER|ART|PRIZE CEREMONY TAKE PLACE IN ONE EPIC NIGHT
NOVEMBER 1, 7-10PM — The Center, 208 W 13 Street, New York, USA.
Sarah Jane Moon: Queer Portraits Nov 2, 2019 – Nov 14, 2019 at The Gallery in The Department Store, Brixton, London, UK. A full colour catalogue of the work will accompany the show.
Cosmic to Corporeal: Contemporary Queer Performance Practices at The MAC, Dallas, USA, (curated by Liss LaFleur) is on view September 21 through November 9, 2019. Opening Reception Saturday, September 21, 6-9 PM with Performance at 7 PM.
Just Love, September 14, 2019 – December 15, 2019 at ZAK Center for Contemporary Art, Zitadelle Spandau, Berlin, Germany. This is an exbibition with works by six queer artists, including painter Martina Minette Dreier.
Scarlett Woman at The Gallery, Liverpool, UK, is on till September 22, 2019.
Queer Forms, September 10 – December 7, 2019 at Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, USA features works by more than 100 queer artists.