Kavel Rafferty: Queer Flowers at White Conduit Project Gallery, London, July 20-25, 2021.
Video (59:51): on September 16, 2020, Artist Liz Collins and SNMA Executive Director Hunter O’Hanian held a conversation about her recent book “Energy Field” (2020) and exhibition project at the Tang Museum imagining what a (queer) museum social space can be.
Video (1:07:05): a lecture by queer feminist artist Rachel Ara. She talks about her creative practise and and her experience with being de-platformed in 2019. Video by Cambridge Radical Feminist Network, 2021. The no platforming of works by older women artists, being labeled “turfs” is misogyny, the art world that excluding critical women artists.
Video (53.14): Charcoal Book Club interviews Catherine Opie about her latest book, ‘Catherine Opie’, (Phaidon, 2021). This podcast ia an audio-only podcast.
Video (35:36): queer feminist photographer Catherine Opie talks about her creative practise as she is taking you on a tour in her studio. Catherine mentions her new monographs, Catherine Opie (Phaidon, 2021) published in May 2021.
2020: the celebration of the re-designation of the Alice Austen House (museum) as a national site of LGBTQ history putting the lesbian photographer, Alice Austen, and all of us on the map. Video (10:27): Video of the openning speech by the Alice Austen House.
Video (1:44): Nicole Eisenman, Fountain, 2017 by Hauser & Wirth.
Nicole Eisenman – Giant Without a Body at the Astrup Fernley Museet in Oslo, Norway, 05/28/2021—08/29/2021. This post features two videos about key works in the retrospective exhibition.
Video (1.17.36): Queer feminist artist Chitra Ganesh talks about her creative practice. Video published by Hammer Museum, May 2021
Texas Talks Art presents Zoe Leonard and Tim Johnson with curator Ingrid Schaffner of The Chinati Foundation. They talk about Zoe Leonard’s forthcoming book AL RIO /TO THE RIVER, edited by Tim Johnson.
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Roni Horn joins the Menil’s Senior Curator Michelle White for a live, online conversation about her work, “Gold Field” made in 1994-95.
Renée Jacobs is one of the most celebrated photographers of the female nude of our time. Recipient of the prestigious International Photography Award for Fine Art Nude, her work has been exhibited and published around the world. Her photography books PARIS and POLAROIDS are currently open for pre-sales.
Birgitta Hosea is an artist, queer woman, curator and practice-based researcher. Currently Professor of Moving Image and Director of the Animation Research Centre at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham in England. In her Professorial Inaugural Lecture, she talks about her creative practise.
REBEL DYKES ART & ARCHIVE SHOW, June 25th – September 17th, 2021. Opening night: June 24th, 2021. Venue: Space Station Sixty-Five Gallery, Kennington, London UK.
Video (1:30:53): Sharon Hayes in conversation with Jennifer González about her creative practice which includes video, performance and installation.
Video (11:22): Tangled Art Talks by Persimmon Blackbridge is a video performance, a collaboration between Tangled Art + Disability and the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Video (7:09): Short film by Art21 about queer and transitioning artist Jes Fan’s Recess artist residency in Brooklyn. (2019).
Video (4:08): teaser about HOPE & FEAR, a three-panel video installation by Charlotte Haslund-Christensen. The video work is on display as a part of the exhibition ‘This World is White No Longer’ at Museum der Moderne in Salzburg 24th April – 10th October 2021.