Mountain Pride: Freedom to Be

Video (29:04): Beth Benson is interviewing artist Laurel Artur, one of the artists participating in the ‘Mountain Pride: Freedom to Be’ art exhibition that runs through July 12, 2024 in Crestline, California.

Mickalene Thomas: All About Love

Video (3:26): FOX 11 Los Angeles is celebating Pride Month with a story about the show ‘Mickalene Thomas: All About Love’ that runs through September 29, 2024 at The Broad, 221 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA. Debuting at The Broad with over 90 works made by the artist over the last 20 years, Mickalene Thomas: All About Love is the first major international tour of this pioneering artist’s work.

In the Studio with Catherine Opie

Video (6:22): American photographer Catherine Opie invites us into her Los Angeles studio to discuss her new solo show ‘Walls, Windows and Blood’.

Lili Lakich Interview

Video (6:33): Lili Lakich interview crested for the group show ‘Before You Now: Capturing the Self in Portraiture’ at Riverside Art Museum Apr 6–Aug 11, 2024.

Etel Adnan on Art and Urgency

Video (4:53): Etel Adnan (1925-2021) catalogs the scarce paintings she encountered as a child, shares her memories of a formative trip to the Louvre…

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.

Interview With Lili Lakich

Video (10:41): Interview with neon artist Lili Lakich about her creative practice and the Museum of Neon Art in California.

Matchmaking in the Archives

Video (1:04:14): Sinister Visdom has invited interdisciplinary artist E.G. Crichton to talk about her project Matchmaking in the Archive. She is joined by Chris E. Vargas, Nancy Stockwell and TT Takemoto.

‘Vasarely Eyes’ by Julia Kunin

Several ceramic works by Julia Kunin including ‘Vasarely Eyes’ will be exhibited at Abigail Ogilvey Gallery, Los Angeles, USA, in a group show titled “Under This Mask, Another Mask” January 9 – February 17, 2024.

New Works by Laurie Toby Edison

American queer feminist photographer Laurie Toby Edison writes, I walk & live in the shadow of the pandemic while photographing “Pandemic Shadows” everywhere. I make beauty in hard times…