Dreaming of Home, SEP 07 – JAN 07, 2024 at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, USA. Dreaming of Home brings together artists whose work explores queer and trans domestic life across international and intergenerational perspectives.
Catherine Opie is known for her early images of members of the LGBTQ community, using traditional portraiture to bring underrepresented people into the mainstream of contemporary culture. The free ICP zoom event takes place April 7, 2023 (1PM – 2PM).
Video (1:09:47): The conversation between Opie and Solnit which touches on issues vital to our society is moderated by Matthew Tiews, Stanford University’s interim Senior Associate Vice President for the Arts. Published by Stanford January 2022.
Video (3:58): Inside My Studio: Catherine Opie, a short interview produced and directed by Dennis Scholl, published on Youtube by Anderson Ranch Arts Center, 2019.
Video (1:16:23): queer artist Catherine Opie for a discussion on her creative practice and her work in the Ansel Adams In Our Time exhibition at Portland Art Museum, May 5, 2021 – Aug 1, 2021.
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.
Video (1:48:29): The Brooklyn Rail’s New Social Environment #128 presents American queer feminist photographer, visual artist and professor of photography Catherine Opie in conversation with Lyle Rexner about her creative practice.
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 (5:08): artist talk, Catherine Opie talks about her photography.
Queer Forms, September 10 – December 7, 2019 at Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, USA features works by more than 100 queer artists.
‘Art After Stonewall: 1969-1989’ is a two-part exhibition runing in New York until July 20, 2019. It is accompanied by a fully-illustrated 300-page catalogue (published by Rizzoli Electa) with essays by more than 20 established and emerging scholars and artists.
Video (5:10): Catherine Opie – Photography, Painting and Portraiture (2017) by Tate, UK.
Catherine Opie – The Modernist at Lehmann Maupin, New York, November 1, 2018 – January 12, 2019.
Video (58;37): artists Catherine Opie and Marilyn Minter in conversation with moderator Connie Butler at the Marciano Arts Foundation (2018) about their recent work, their careers, and the influence of feminism on their development as artists.
Video (1:12:37): Caterine Opie in conversation with Jasper Sharp about her body of work.
Feminine Moments’ bibliography – art books by American photographer and queer feminist Catherine Opie.