Feminine Moments’ bibliography – art books about photographer Cass Bird.
Video (1:54): a promotional video by queer feminist photographer Cass Bird (2015).
Video (14:58): ‘Global Feminisms: Cass Bird’, an artist talk video by the Brooklyn Museum.
Video (1:04): “Cass vs. Daria: In Collaboration” by Cass Bird.
Press release from The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art Lesbians Seeing Lesbians Building Community in Early Feminist Photography Exhibition Ends October 22, 2011 at the Leslie-Lohman Gallery, 26 Wooster Street, NYC, USA Tee Corrine, Self-portrait, Gelatin silver print, 1980. Press photo courtesy of Leslie-Lohman Gallery. In the wake…
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.
Artworks by leading queer American artists can still cause debate and censorship in the USA.
The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in USA announces that ‘Hide/Seek’ – Difference and desire in American portraiture is the first museum exhibition to focus on sexual difference in the making of modern American portraiture.
American photographer Cass Bird’s has given an artist talk, which was documented on video (15 min). Here she discusses her photography, which began as an outlet, a replacement for verbal communication.