Barbara Hammer presents her latest project: a book about her life as a lesbian filmmaker, which is due to be published next spring (March 2010). Read the editorial review by Amazon on Feminine Moments queer art blog
Laurie Lipton was born in New York. She has been living in Holland, Belgium, Germany and France and has been based in London since 1986. The queer festival Homotopia 2009 in Liverpool, UK, presents new drawings by Laurie Lipton.
Durring the Dublin Lesbian Arts Festival October 28 – November 1 2009 ‘Sophsticated Mamas’ invites you to join them on October 31 for a Wine Tasting & Panel Discussion @ Eden Restaurant. Sponsored by Sheridan’s Cheese & Wine and Eden Restaurant. Discussion on Lesbians in the Arts. Panelists: Tamale Sepp,…
‘Fit und Schick’, photography exhibition by Veronika Boba Daňhelová and Karla Judytha Hostašováand Karla Judytha Hostašová. The exhibition is a part of the off-programme of the Czech queer film festival, Meziptra, in Brno. ‘Fit und Schick’ can be seen until November 11, 2009, at Marcus Gallery, Úvoz 24, Brno.
The GFest’s queer visual arts group exhibition in London, Nov 9 – 22, 2009, has a strong pressence of lesbian art this year.
Exposure, Edmonton’s Queer Arts and Culture Festival returns November 13 to 21, 2009, for nine provocative days of programming pertaining to the theme The Queer Body in Canada. This year Exposure will follow two veins: Sexing Queer Bodies and Sizing Up Queer Bodies. The festival will concentrate on the representation…
‘Shout’, a lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans cultural festival in Birmingham (UK) November 2009 offers an opportunity to see artworks by international LGTB artists in the streets of Birmingham: Taking ‘Queer’ to the streets of Birmingham. The work of artists from around the world will be projected onto prominent city…
Painter Georgia O’Keefe (1887–1986) has become a gay icon – especially because of her husband, famous American photographer Alfred Stieglitz’s very sensual nude photos of her, which created a public sensation, when he opened an exhibition, which included some of them in 1921. See the exhibition: ‘Georgia O’Keeffe: Abstraction’ runs through January 17, 2010 at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA.
LANDSCAPES & ICONS. September 25 – November 30, 2009 at Galerie Thierry Librati, 30, rue de Lille, 75007 Paris, France. Opening reception 17:00 – 23:00 September 24, 2009.
Deep Lez uses cafeteria-style mixings of craft, context, food, direct action and human connections to maintain radical dyke politics and resistant strategies.
Last chance to see the exhibition “Everywhere. Sexual Diversity Policies” at Art CGAC in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. The queer show ends September 20, 2009. CGAC writes about the exhibition: “The core of this exhibition rests upon the different representations of sexual diversity as a concept within [Western] Art. Through…
Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow has a social justice exhibition every other year. This year the topic is lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex and transgender life.
You can see Jessica Burke’s paintings and drawings of the queer community in the US at the Q Center in Portland, Oregon, USA. Q Center boasts one of the few all-queer gallery spaces in Portland. They work with local and national LGTB artists to bring dynamic and exciting exhibitions to its walls.
Were Queen Kristina (1626 – 1689), King Karl XII (1697 – 1718) and King Gustav III (1746 – 1792) of Sweden as straight as the history books tell us? The sexual preferences of these regents have been discussed for hundreds of years, – lately by quite a lot of gay people. The regent is…
The Aarhus Festival has invited performer Ursula Martinez to Denmark. She will play ‘My Stories Your Emails’ at the annual festival in the beginning of September. All tickets are sold out months in advance.
Text by Birthe Havmoeller. Film stills by Deirdre Logue.
Super Feminist – a queer video by Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan have collaborated for a decade. They are based in Winnipeg, Canada. They are two of Canada’s best known queer performance artists. They make some very funny feminist videos as well as live performances, and public art projects.
Queer artist Anthea Black has just opend a new exhibtion at SNAP’s Studio Gallery in Edmonton, Alberta. The show includes poster editions from Anthea Black’s collaborative ‘looking for love in all the wrong places’ project and new works from her residency at SNAP this winter. Exhibition Duration: July 23rd – September 5th,…
Lill-Ann Chepstow-Lusty is the first guest speaker talk of the seminar of ‘Fotografiens Dag’ in Horten, Norway. She will be talking about ‘Gay Kids’.
Photographer Verena Jaekel’s latest art project ‘New Family Portraits – Neue Familienportraits’ consists of a series of portraits that investigates the issue of current new family constellations.