LINDA STEIN: Gender Scrambling

LINDA STEIN: Gender Scrambling, 22 April 2023 – extended until end of 2023 at Victoria Gallery & Museum, Liverpool, UK.

Four Bathers by Maud Hunt Squire

Video (3:31): Kristin Spangenberg talks about a new acquisition by the Cincinnati Art Museum: Four Bathers, a print by Maud Hunt Squire. And she tells about lesbian artist duo and partners in life Maud Hunt Squire (1873–1954) and Ethel Mars (1876-1959).

The Children of Our Town

The Children of Our Town. A childrens’ book by artists Ethel Mars and Maud Hunt Squire. Verses by Carolyn Wells.
New York, ca. 1902.

Mariette Lydis

Mariette Lydis (1887–1970) (born Marietta Ronsperger) was an Austrian-Argentine painter and illustrator famous for her lesbian litographs.

Michela Griffo – Outrage

‘Outrage’ features works on paper by American queer feminist artist Michela Griffo. The exhibition runs through June 30th 2023 at SPOKE Gallery in Boston USA.

Denmark – Claude Cahun: Under the Skin

Yours truly have been to Odense to see the exhibition Claude Cahun: Under huden (/Claude Cahun: Under the Skin) at Brandts Klædefabrik aka Art Museum Brandts, Odense, Denmark. The exhibition runs through 23/7 2023.

Queer Illustrator Emma Nilisse

Emma Nilisse is an illustrator from Gothenburg, Sweden who makes colorful drawings, mostly of animals. In this video, she talks about her art, why she’s drawn to the style she does and why queer illustrators are important. Language: English and Swedish with subtitles.

Emma Anne Johnson (2021)

Video (2:05): Emma Anne Johnson Interview – a Multimedia Mixtapes Production (2021). Emma Anne Johnson was a Velvet Park ‘ARTS AND CULTURE, SPOTLIGHT’ queer artist in 2021.

Pop Women Festival – Interview with Alison Bechdel

Video (55:13): French comic book author Pénélope Bagieu interviewed American comic book author Alison Bechdel… In this interview, they talk about the creative process of making cartoons and graphic novels and Alison Bechdel’s latest book: The Secret to Superhuman Strength, (Mariner Books, 2021).

Pamela Dodds – Documenting Border Barriers

Pamela Dodds – DOCUMENTING BORDER BARRIERS, March 4 – April 16, 2022 in the Project Space at
Open Studio Printmaking Centre, 401 Richmond St. West, Suite 104, Toronto, Canada.