Anna McNay (UK) and Birthe Havmoeller (DK) have compiled a summer list of exhibitions by lesbian, bisexual and queer feminist artists which you must see!
Video (1.01:36): queer feminist artist Sharon Hayes in conversation with Emily Roysdon about the exhibition ‘Sharon Hayes – Echo’ at Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden.
Video (1:38) : queer feminist artist Emily Roysdon reflects on the ways in which David Wojnarowicz inspired her own work on the occasion of his Whitney retrospective, (2018).
Anna McNay and I have created Feminine Moments’ list of Must-See Queer Feminist Exhibitions in Europe Summer 2017. The exhibitions we have selected for this list feature works by Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer Women Artists, as well as by Feminist Artists from around the world.
Solo Exhibition ‘Emily Roysdon’ October 18 – November 19, 2016 at Higher Pictures, 980 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10075, USA.
Exhibition: Here We LTTR: 2002–2008 Dates: May 23 – September 27, 2015 Venue: Tensta Konsthall, Spånga, Sweden ‘A border-crossing approach that is characteristic for queer feminism, a feministic movement that is not so easy to define.’ This exhibition brings together the archives of LTTR, a feminist, genderqueer artist collective, originally…
Future Generation Art Prize 2012 – Emily Roysdon, United States. Published on 3 Dec 2012. About Emily Roysdon Future Generation Art Prize: “Emily Roysdon was born in 1977 in Easton (Maryland), USA. She lives and works in New York and Stockholm. Roysdon completed the Whitney Museum Independent Study Programme in…
Artist talk by Emily Roysdon, published by BMW Tate Live in May 2012 Queer feminist artist Emily Roysdon (USA) was selected as one of the artists to make a performance for the first series of performances at BMW Tate Live’s new performance room. She created a queer feminist performance together…
The fifth exhibition in the Raw/Cooked series [at Brookly Museum] presents the work of Sunset Park-based artist Ulrike Müller.
‘Untold Stories’ is a queer group exhibition curated by Rebeka Põldsam, Airi Triisberg and Anders Härm.
The landmark publication ‘Modern Women: Women Artists at The Museum of Modern Art’, in which the museum now openly discusses gender issues, and how instrumental women have been in advancing the arts to where they are today, is the greatest piece of art news, which I have heard in 2010.
‘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.