Video (44:05): Artists Jutta Koether and Nick Mauss from New York in conversation with museum director Matthias Mühling in Munich, Germany about Florine Stettheimer (1971-1944) and her queer imagery. Video by Art Basel, 2014.
Video (1:46): Four Saints in Three Acts, 1934. Opera libretto by Gertrude Stein. Composed by Virgil Thomson. Choreography by Frederick Ashton. Costumes and Set Design by painter Florine Stettheimer.
Video (28:43): Kristy Gordon takes you on a tour of the Florine Stettheimer exhibition at The Jewish Museum in New York City (2017).
Feminine Moments’ bibliography – art books about American painter Florine Stettheimer.
Video (10:02): Stettheimer expert and art historian Barbara Bloemink provides the first full exploration of the imagery and context of Florine Stettheimer’s highly important 1920 painting ASBURY PARK SOUTH.
Video (3:14): American painter and queer woman talks about Florine Stettheimer’s Cathedral paintings.
The Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau, Munich is presenting the first retrospective exhibition of American modernist painter Florine Stettheimer’s work in Europe. The exhibition ‘Florine Stettheimer‘ runs through January 4 2015. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue.
Panel debate about the Florine Stettheimer retrospective. Video by Art Basel Florine Stettheimer Retrospective in Munich Early American modernist painter, salonière, set designer and poet Florine Stettheimer(1871 – 1944) was living for a period of her life in Munich, Germany. The Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau, Munich is now…