Video (11:09): Annie Drew made this video about Painter Agnes Martin (1912–2004) on the occasion of Agnes Martin’s Birthday, March 2020.
Video (11:22): Artist Deborah Kass shares her thoughts on COVID-19 and what it’s like to be working in isolation during the pandemic in a conversation with Kavi Gupta (Spring 2020).
Video (0:59): Ultra short artist talk – Photographer and artist Lola Flash speaks on gender and sexual identity on the set of the 2016 documentary “Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People”.
Video (5:51): photographer Lola Flash and painter Sarah Jane Moon talk about their creative practices. Video by National Portrait Gallery, UK, 2020.
Video (42:25): Catherine Opie discuss her art practice and current work ‘Rhetorical Landscapes’ which is on display at Lehmann Maupin, New York, W 24th Street, July 6 – September 26, 2020.
Video (1:59): Photographer Catherine Opie describes San Francisco as the place that “allowed a sense of freedom and discovery” for her as a young queer artist.
Gregory Crewdson’s conversation with Catherine Opie is a part of Yale MFA Photo’s Pop-up Q&A series via Zoom, which started in response to online learning during the 2020 pandemic.
Video (53:32): MOCA Director Klaus Biesenbach in conversation with photographer, educator and queer artist Catherine Opie during lockdown. Video by MOCA published May 16, 2020.
Video (1:01:46): Roni Horn in Conversation with Dr. Julie Brigham-Grette and William Daniels; moderated by Professor Shona Macdonald, January 30, 2020.
Video (4:38): a quick leaf through the art book ‘Roni Horn: You Are the Weather’ (Scalo Publishers, 1997).
Who owns our history – and what role does art play in relation to memory? Elle-Mie Ejdrup Hansen examines these questions in her solo exhibition STILL (for) PEACE, Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark, September 18 – November 29, 2020.
Video (0:56): a fine quote. Artist Gillian Wearing reads from ‘Aveux non Anvenus’ (Disavowals), the surrealist writings of Frensh artist and author Claude Cahun (1894 – 1954).
Video (3:43): Encoding / Decoding – Photo portraits of South Asian LGBTQ+ by Poulomi Desai at Misery LGBTQIA+ summer fair in London, UK, 2019.
Video (1:46:45): The New Social Environments provide a place to have vibrant conversations in a time of great physical distancing. In #81 Sheila Pepe and Carrie Moyer are in Conversation With Yasi Alipour (June 2020).
Video (3024): Artist talk: Rachael House (2008). Rachael House (UK) is a queer artist who makes events, objects, performances, drawings and zines such as Red Hanky Panky.
Other is a norm-chritical community comics project organised by Heidi Lunabba. Workshops will be held during the Helsinki Pride September 7-13, 2020. COMICS EXHIBITION in the yard of the National Museum of Finland, Mannerheimintie 34, 00100 Helsinki during Helsinki Pride.
Video (12:16): The painting analyzed in this video essay, Medallion (the YouWe picture) by Gluck, is one of their most famous as it is one of the first depiction of a queer relationship in art history.
Video (1:25:43): in her lecture Carleton University professor Ann Cvetkovich addresses the recent proliferation of LGBTQ archives as a point of departure for a broader inquiry into the power of archives to transform public histories.
My work is an exploration of identity, vulnerability and courage. My subjects have accepted that they are not meant to fit in but to stand out…
Download your free copy of the exhibition catalogue and visit the online exhibition, Sarah Jane Moon – Painting Lives, which runs until August 24 at the Project Room 2020 run by Art North Projects.