Video (9:14): Queer Ethiopian American painter Julie Mehretu talks about her 2021 series, ‘Metoikos’ paintings, and reflects on the state of our contemporary world and the constant negotiating of being in in-between realities.
Video (27:51): Julie Mehretu and Adrienne Edwards in conversation, White Cube, London (Sep. 2023) about Julie’s recent exhibition in London.
Video (53:26): Cheryl Sim in conversation with artist Julie Mehretu about her works on display as a part of the group exhibition “RELATIONS: Diaspora and Painting” which runs through Nov. 29, 2020 at Phi Fundation for Contemporary Art, Montreal, Canada.
Video (1:07:54): alongside the ‘Julie Mehretu’ retrospective at LACMA, California, USA, a programme was organised which among others featured a panel debate, where the participating black feminists were invited to discuss the exhibition and Julie Mehretu’s oevre as a visual activist.
A retrospective monograph of Julie Mehretu’s work that traces the development of one of America’s most celebrated abstract painters.
Video (2:53): Julie Mehretu talks about her artworks at 58th International Art Exhibition in Venice, Italy, where some of her paintings were presented in the exhibition ‘May You Live In Interesting Times’.
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!
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.
Video (10:10): ‘Julie Mehretu – The In-between Place’ by Out of Sync – Art in Focus.
Video (8:53): Julie Mehretu about printmaking. Video by National Gallery of Art.
Video (4:12): Artist Julie Mehretu talks about the concepts, processes, and implications of her “Stadia” series, including “Stadia III” in Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’s permanent collection. Video by Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 2015.