Video (3:00): look inside the photography book: Racing Age by Angela Jimenez
Feminine Moments’ bibliography – art books by Angela Jimenez.
Text: excerpt from Angela Jimenez’ newsletter Kickstarter project Racing Age by Angela Jimenez (2015) Racing Age is a documentary photography book about masters track & field athletes of retirement age and older. Angela Jimenez: ‘I’m working on my second book, Racing Age, a documentary series on fierce and amazing masters…
Press release by Mary Meriam, Editor of Lavender Review Issue 8 – Dance POETS Yvonne Rainer, Judy Grahn, Joy Ladin, kathryn l pringle, Carla Petree, Hannah Baker-Siroty, Flower Conroy, E.F. Schraeder, Seree Cohen Zohar, Debra Revere, Daniel Meltz, Risa Denenberg, Laura Davies Foley. DANCERS Yvonne Rainer, Carolyn Boll, Elizabeth Streb,…
Gender Studies and Body Politics Session 2 | published by The New School, Nyc. USA, 2010 Ann Cvetkovich, Professor of English and Professor of Womens and Gender Studies, University of Texas at Austin. Prof. Cvetkovich discusses the problems of continuity/discontinuity across feminist generations. What turns have we taken, and how…
Lesbians Seeing Lesbians: building community in early feminist photography
focuses on three of the most prominent photographers of this early generation: Tee A. Corinne (1943-2006: St. Petersburg, Florida), JEB (Joan E. Biren, b.1944: Washington D.C.), and Cathy Cade (b.1942: Honolulu, Hawaii). And the works of contemporary lesbian photographers: Cass Bird, Angela Jimenez, Zanele Muholi and Catherine Opie.
June 2010: Leslie-Lohman Gallery in New York presents The 2010 GREAT LGBTQ Photo Show. This group photography show includes a wide range of imagery—documentary, erotic, political, romantic and more.
CHRONOTOPIA, the National Queer Arts Festival’s annual visual arts exhibition explores the past, present and future of queer people that will permanently alter the way you think about queer art and history in America and beyond.
Angela Jimenez is a queer photo journalist based in Brooklyn, New York. In August 2009 she published her first book: Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival by photographer Angela Jimenez
Angela Jimenez is a freelance photo journalist based in Brooklyn, New York. She has published first book with photographs. It is titled WELCOME HOME: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival.
I invite you to see a slideshow documenting the exhibition ‘Pink and Bent: Art of Queer Women’ first mounted at the Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation gallery in New York City between May 21 and June 28, 2008 on glbtq.org’s website.
‘QUEER GAZE’ consists of queer art Works by Sarah Baley, Erica Beckman, Tammy Rae Carland, Zackary Drucker, Luke Gilford, Grit Hachmeister, Megan Holmes, Angela Jimenez, Molly Landreth, Amos Mac, Finn Paul, Emily Roysdon, A.L. Steiner, Lorenzo Triburgo, and Azsa West. You can see the group photography exhibition at Fontanelle Gallery, 205 SW Pine Street, Portland OR, 97204, USA, November 5-28, 2009.