Video (1:22:30): Artist Liz Collins and curator Julia Bryan-Wilson join Brooklyn Rail contributor Ksenia M. Soboleva for a conversation about ‘Liz Collins: Mischief’ at Touchstone Rochdale, UK, 1 October 2022 – 8 January 2023. The zoom session ends with a poetry reading by Rebecca Teich.
Video (1:00:51): ‘Writer, activist, curator and author of 25 books on contemporary art and cultural criticism Lucy Lippard is joined by queer feminist painter and lifelong activist Harmony Hammond.
Video (59:50): Ben Luke talks to the US artist and queer feminist Roni Horn about her life and work, with reference to the art, music and literature that are her influences and touchstones.
Video (0:26): HAUSER & WIRTH: NICOLE EISENMAN – Maker’s Muck, 5 May – 22 Jul 2022.
Video (3:43): Kristen Di Lonardo, department manager in Visitor Engagement, looks behind the curtain at Florine Stettheimer’s ‘Family Portrait, II’ and marvels at its intricate detail and sense of theatricality. Video by MOMA, New York (2021).
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.
Video (5:09): A video presentation of Agnes Martin’s painting Untitled #2 1992 with Marc Glimcher. Video by Pace Gallery, 2022.
YEVGENIYA BARAS | JULIA KUNIN: Wild Chambers
September 1 – October 19, 2022
Opening September 1, 12 – 6 pm
@ MOTHER, 368 Broadway, #415, NY NY 10013, USA
Video (58:26): Artist’s talk with Constantina Zavitsanos about their work in waves from holography to haptic sound, and the cacophony of incapacity and interference as shifting sites for speculation and sociality beyond scarcity. Constantina Zavitsanos (New York, NY) is currently QUEER|ART mentor (2003): visual art.
Video (24:18): “Is Wonderland Annie Leibovitz’s Best Photography Book Yet?”, a flip through of the coffee table book, Wonderland by Annie Leibovitz (Phaidon 2021) with a soft jazz soundtrack. ‘Wonderland’ features 330 stunning photographs, many of them previously unpublished.
Video (11:13): slideshow – ‘Berenice Abbott was one of the most talented and prolific photograpers of the 20th century. One major chapter in her photographic art works, was an extensive capture of New York City in the 1930s. This presentation is a collection of 100+ photographs, paired with a lo-fi ethereal soundtrack.’
Video (55:59): ‘Berenice Abbott: A View of the 20th Century’, 1992, a video about photographer Berenice Abbott (1898-1991) directed by Martha Wheelock and Kay Weaver.
Video (3:21): David Matteson, educator at the Orlando Museum of Art, talks about ‘Blue Spirit’ (1978) by Harmony Hammond.
Video (5:48): Nan Goldin – ‘My Work Comes from Empathy and Love’ | TateShots, 2014. In the video, Nan Goldin mentions her book Eden and After: Nan Goldin, (PHAIDON, 2014).
Video (4:17): Mickalene Thomas was commissioned by the office of Art in Embassies to design and install a mosaic mural on the exterior wall of the U.S. Embassy in Dakar. In this video she and her Senegalese collaborators talk about the project.
Video (2:16): the first time queer artist Mickalene Thomas sees her artwork on the wall of the Metro corridor.
Video (3:05): American queer feminist artist Mickalene Thomas talks about her creative practice. Interview directed by Marian Lacombe.
Video (11:54): Witch’s Cradle (1943) by Maya Deren (1917-1961) is an experimental short film, written and directed by Maya Deren with Marcel Duchamp. This version of the short film has a soundtrack, though Maya Deren wanted her films to be silent.
What did it feel like to be there? presents a selection of twelve portraits from a larger multi-disciplinary project by Gwen Shockey with Riya Lerner featuring lesbian and queer women who have dedicated their lives to creating and holding space for women in New York City from the 1950s to today.
Liz Collins’ exhibitions recommended by Queer|Art Newsletter, June 2022