Video (59:56): queer feminist artist Patricia Cronin in conversation with Tampa Museum of Art’s curators Dr. Seth Pevnick and Richard E. Perry in May 2021 after the museum’s acquisition of Aphrodite Reimagined by Patricia Cronin.
Video (0:59): shortfilm OY/YO Sculpture, Brooklyn Museum. A walk around Deborah Kass’ sculpture.
Sarah Zapata: An instep along the self edge, Thursday, December 17, 2020, 5:00 PM 6:00 PM, an online event organised by Queer-art.org.
Video (47:29): director of the Cantor Arts Center Susan Dackerman in conversation with visual artist Deborah Kass about Deborah Kass’ art practice leading up to the creation of OY/YO and the installation of OY/YO in front of the Cantor Arts Center.
Video (57:26): Artist talk with queer artist Sarah Zapata. Video by Pensylvania Academy of The Fine Arts. Recorded on July 29, 2020.
Who owns our history – and what role does art play in relation to memory? Elle-Mie Ejdrup Hansen examines these questions in her solo exhibition STILL (for) PEACE, Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark, September 18 – November 29, 2020.
Video (3:01): Artist Gray Wielebinski on their site-specific work made for ‘Dark Air’ at SEAGER Gallery, an exhibition curated by Martin Mayorga and Vanessa Murrell (2019).
Video (5:29): Roni Horn talks about her glass sculptures for the collective exhibition “Luogo e Segni”, at Punta della Dogana, Venice, Italy, March 24 – December 15, 2019.
Video (1:45): Patricia Cronin discusses her sculpture, ‘Memorial to a Marriage’ (modeled 2002, cast 2013) which was on display at the National Portrait Gallery, USA earlier this year.
Video (1:06:16): Nicole Eisenman inaugurates the Nasher Sculpture Center’s acquisition of her sculpture, ‘Sketch for a Fountain’, with an onsite lecture.
Harmony Hammond. Preview: Wednesday 11 September 2019. September 12, 2019 – November 3, 2019 at White Cube / White Cube Bermondsey, London UK
Video 12:42: ‘Conceptual Meeting: Liss LaFleur’ (2017) published by Museum of Glass Tacoma, USA.
Caitlin Rose Sweet – Hag
March 29 – May 18, 2019
Empirical Nonsense, 87 Rivington Street, New York 10002, USA
March 23 – July 28, 2019 at MMCA, Seoul, Korea.
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 (1:17): ‘Memorial to a Marriage’, bronce sculpture by Patricia Cronin located at Washington National Portrait Gallery.
Video (5:19): London based artist Rachel Ara in conversation with Adelaide Damoah about her work “This Much I’m Worth” (2017).
Emma Helle: Delusion by Pear at Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki, October 26 – November 25, 2018.
Video (7:50): In February 2018 Second Street Gallery Charlottesville, VA, presented “Language of the Heart”, an exhibition, curated by Kristen Chiacchia, featuring the work of Adejoke Tugbiyele.
The sculptures ‘Minehaha’ and ‘Hiawata’ by black American artist Edmonia Lewis (1845 – 1911) who migrated to Europe to work on as an artist.