Queer Forms, September 10 – December 7, 2019 at Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, USA features works by more than 100 queer artists.
Feminine Moments’ bibliography – art books by American artist Tee A. Corinne.
Press Release by Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art We are pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition: Classical Nudes and the Making of Queer History October 18, 2014 – January 4, 2015 Opening Reception: October 17, 6-8 pm Sponsored by the John Burton Harter Charitable Trust In perhaps its…
Press Release by Leslie + Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art and Fresh Fruit Festival Leslie-Lohman Museum presents an exhibition of queer feminist artists exploring the body as site of resistance, envisioning a positive queer future. After Our Bodies Meet: From Resistance to Potentiality Curated by Alexis Heller Exhibition…
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art has launched a videostream at Vimeo and I would like to recommend their videos documenting a panel debate held alongside the museum’s inaugural show in 2011: Lesbians Seeing Lesbians – Artist & Curator Panel Discussion (part 1) and part 2 of the panel debate….
Curator Jonathan D. Katz has made a remix of queer artists – a reunion of QCC Visual Artists at SOMArts Main Gallery, San Francisco, USA
Marion Pinto, Sleeping Church Nude, 1974, Oil on canvas, 71.75 x 79.75″ Press release Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art presents Creating A Queer Museum December 14, 2011 – January 28, 2012 26 Wooster Street (between Canal & Grand) New York, NY 10013, USA Opening Reception Tuesday, December…
Press release from The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art Lesbians Seeing Lesbians Building Community in Early Feminist Photography Exhibition Ends October 22, 2011 at the Leslie-Lohman Gallery, 26 Wooster Street, NYC, USA Tee Corrine, Self-portrait, Gelatin silver print, 1980. Press photo courtesy of Leslie-Lohman Gallery. In the wake…
Lesbians Seeing Lesbians: building community in early feminist photography
focuses on three of the most prominent photographers of this early generation: Tee A. Corinne (1943-2006: St. Petersburg, Florida), JEB (Joan E. Biren, b.1944: Washington D.C.), and Cathy Cade (b.1942: Honolulu, Hawaii). And the works of contemporary lesbian photographers: Cass Bird, Angela Jimenez, Zanele Muholi and Catherine Opie.
I have been looking back at lesbian art projects and exhibitions in the late 1970s, when lesbian artists began to fight for their seat in history and took the first steps on the way to raising public awareness of lesbian art as something more than a hidden subcultural phenomenon.
For the last couple of weeks I have been sharing some videos about queer photographers from the USA, which I have found on YouTube, with you. However, no presentation of the diversity of American lesbian/queer photography would be ‘perfect’ without a video about the works of the great woman, who founded lesbian photography in America: Tee Corinne.
Essay by Birthe Havmoeller, June 30, 2009.
A symposium on Tee Corinne and lesbian art and culture is to be held December 8-9, 2008 at the University of Oregon, USA.