Video (57:23): ecosexuals Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens in conversaton with Clint Imboden and special guest Kaytea Petro about art, activism and ecosexuality.
Video (5:35): How can artistic thinking be a meaningful tool in the midst of a global crisis? Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens reads their EcoSex Manifesto 3.0. (2020).
Video (17.42): Women’s Human Rights Campaign (WHRC) Feminist Question Time on 16 December 2020 talked with artist, activist and writer Angela C Wild who is founder member of Get The L Out UK.
‘I am not sure who you are but I recognise you’, essay and image by guest blogger Jannica Honey.
In this artist talk Chitra Ganesh talks queer femininity, racial equity and her ongoing practice.
Guest blogger and photographer Jannica Honey has joined Feminine Moments where she will be sharing a series of her writings. Her blog post explores the question, what is the “thing” with naked bodies in nature?
Essay and images by Jannica Honey. “Inside my Edinburgh flat, it was hot. Glasgow based artist Elizabeth and I was busy gazing at each other over zoom. …”
Video (7:58): Highlights from the 2020 exhibition Betty Parsons: “Heated Sky” at Alexander Gray Associates, a contemporary art gallery in New York City, and additional works. Illustration: Brick in the Sky (1969) by Betty Parsons.
Through 2021, Feminine Moments invites queer feminist artist around the world to submit: artist books, catalogues and queer feminist zines for publication on Feminine Moments. The submitted PDF publications will be presented in a new flip book PDF viewer.
Birthe Havmøller: Jeg går i cirkler omkring mit hjem/ I walk in circles around my home. Self-published artist book by Birthe Havmøller (2020-21).
‘Chitra Ganesh: A city will share her secrets if you know how to ask’ is a site specific installation for the facade of Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, New York – through October 18, 2021.
LAURA AGUILAR: Show and Tell, FEB 06 – MAY 09, 2021 – Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, 26 Wooster St, New York, NY 10013, USA.
Video (1:48:29): The Brooklyn Rail’s New Social Environment #128 presents American queer feminist photographer, visual artist and professor of photography Catherine Opie in conversation with Lyle Rexner about her creative practice.
Leslie-Lohman Museum are thrilled to announce that Alyssa Nitchun — who has worked for years at the intersection of art, culture, and social justice — has been named the new Executive Director of the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art!
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.
From my home in gloomy Denmark, I wish you a ‘Glædelig Jul’, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year! Love, Birthe Havmøller (the editor).
Video (9:15): ‘Art Quick Look’ writes, ‘Marlow Moss was a gender queer, Jewish, female artist who charged the course of European modernism’ and then he discusses a couple of Marlow Moss’ works.
Video (28:16) – “For this first TokyoSession, Daria de Beauvais, co-curator of the exhibition “Antibodies” at the Palais de Tokyo, invites the artist A.K. Burns to discuss one of the strong themes of the exhibition: the uprising.” – Palais de Tokyo. The exhibition runs through January 3, 2021.
Video (10:05): a behind-the-scenes look at Annie Leibovitz’s photoshoot (in 2017) of the cast of the 2018 Broadway production of Angels in America.
Video (18:54): Victoria Munro, excecutive director of Alice Austen House (on Staten Island, New York) talks about her job of queering the memory of lesbian photographer Alice Austen and the redecoration and transformation of Alice Austen House to a National LGBT Historic Site.