Video (1:31): exhibition view video of the sculpture, Head With Deamon, by Nicole Eisenman, Biennale Arte 2019.
Nicole Eisenman – Giant Without a Body at the Astrup Fernley Museet in Oslo, Norway, 05/28/2021—08/29/2021. This post features two videos about key works in the retrospective exhibition.
Video (6:47): GalleryBeat’s 1996 interview with Nicole Eisenman in a Soho gallery.
Video (1:06:16): Nicole Eisenman inaugurates the Nasher Sculpture Center’s acquisition of her sculpture, ‘Sketch for a Fountain’, with an onsite lecture.
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 (1:07:56): This lecture is a discussion of the Nicole Eisenman’s print works (etching, woodcut, lithography, dry-point).
Foghorn Hits the Road, Nicole Eisenman, 2007, oil on canvas, 14″ x 10_¾.
Video (1:59): Watch excerpts from Talking Pictures: Camera-Phone Conversations Between Artists, on view at The Met, Fifth Avenue, New York, USA, from June 27 through December 17, 2017.
Feminine Moments’ bibliography – art books by artist and queer woman Nicole Eisenman.
Video (28:38): James Kalm takes you on a guided tour of the exhibition “Coming to Power”. The video was recorded September 13, 2016 in Manhattan, New York.
Video (3:04): Artist talk by painter and queer feminist Nicole Eisenman.
Anna McNay and I have created Feminine Moments’ list of Must-See Queer Feminist Exhibitions in Europe Summer 2016. 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.
NICOLE EISENMAN: AL-UGH-ORIES, May 4 – Jun 26, 2016 at New Museum, 235 Bowery, New York, USA.
Dear Nemesis, Nicole Eisenman 1993-2013 (Jan 24, 2014 – Apr 13, 2014) is organized for the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis by Kelly Shindler, associate curator. Accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue. Organised at Institute of Contemporary Art University of Pennsylvania by assistant curator Kate Kraczon: Nicole Eisenman: Dear Nemesis:…
Readykeulous by Ridykeulous: This is What Liberation Feels Like™ at Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (2014).
Edited by Anna McNay and Birthe Havmoeller Inspired by Kathleen Massara’s list 17 Must-See LGBTQ Exhibitions This Summer in New York and California, Anna McNay and I have created Feminine Moments’ list of Must-See Queer Feminist Exhibitions in Europe this Summer. The exhibitions we have selected for this list feature…
Poster: Homosexuality_ies, courtesy of Schwules Museum* Homosexuality_ies / Homosexualität_en June 26 to December 1, 2015 at Schwules Museum* and the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin, Germany. The exhibition shows how same-sex sexuality and non-conformist gender identities have been criminalized and socially repressed and tells the story of the LGBT liberation…
Dear Nemesis, Nicole Eisenman 1993 – 2013 by Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, 2014. About Nicole Eisenman: ‘Nicole Eisenman (b. 1965, Verdun, France) lives and works in New York City. Eisenman was recently awarded the Carnegie Prize for her work in the 2013 Carnegie International. Recent solo exhibitions include MATRIX…
In Conversation: Nicole Eisenman & Sam Miller from Carnegie Museum of Art on Vimeo, January 2014. Description: “The work of Nicole Eisenman spans the absurd and abject to the introspective and irreverent, drawing on sources as varied as the iconography of classical myths and popular culture in general. Her paintings…
Video copyright of Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon, 2013. Dr. Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon, a professor at Northwestern University, USA, leads high school students in an interpretive discussion about “The Drawing Class,” a painting by Nicole Eisenman.