Queer Caucus for Art Newsletter, October 2005


Exhibition of photographs by Ivana George and Deborah Bright, addressing fantasy, imagination, sexuality and gender identity. Seeking opportunities to show the work, especially at colleges, universities and alternative spaces. For a copy of the proposal and supporting materials, contact Ivan George at igeorge@bridgew.edu


Items are listed in the calendar even if they are now past; this is done in the interest of having a record of relevant art exhibitions, etc. Reviews are welcome of these or other art events.

2004 June 15-September 26 “Spirit into matter: the photographs of Edmund Teske” - Getty Center, Los Angeles

2004 July 8-August 28 “Edmund Teske: images out of time” - Stephen Cohen Gallery, 7358 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles 90036 www.stephencohengallery.com

2004 July 24-October 31 “Co-conspirators, artist and collector: selected paintings and works on paper from the collection of James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett” - Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, Fla.

2004 November 21-February 20, 2005 “Beauford Delaney: from New York to Paris” - Minneapolis Institute of Arts

2005 February 5-April 10 “Co-conspirators, artist and collector: the collection of James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett” - Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY New Paltz

2005 March 5-June 4 “Anthony Goicolea: photographs, videos and drawings” - Arizona State University Art Museum

2005 April 8-June 25 “Beauford Delaney: from New York to Paris” - Knoxville Museum of Art

2005 April 14-September 15 “Pansy, dyke, homo, fag: 150 years of queer culture” - Fales Library, New York University

2005 April 21-May 29 “Co-conspirators, artist and collector: selected paintings and works on paper from the collection of James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett” - Chelsea Art Museum, New York

2005 April 23-October 23 “Assume Vivid Astro Focus” - Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, England

2005 May 6-June 5 “Gil & Moti: sleeping with the enemy” - Jack the Pelican Presents, 487 Driggs Ave., Williamsburg, Brooklyn 11211 JackthePelicanPresents.com “Israeli artists Gil & Moti are gay, married and in love. For five weeks, they court an Arab lover.”

2005 May 6-June 18 “Sturtevant: push and shove” - Perry Rubenstein Gallery, 527 West 23rd St., New York 10011 www.perryrubenstein.com

2005 May 7-July 16 “Anderson & Low: Athlete/warrior” - Arthur Roger Gallery, 730 Tchoupitoulas, New Orleans 70130 www.arthurrogergallery.com

2005 May 11-July 10 “Sturtevant: the brutal truth” - List Visual Arts Center, MIT, Cambridge, Mass.

2005 May 11-October 23 “Sheila Pepe: Tunnel” - Jersey City Museum, Montgomery at Monmouth Street

2005 May 14-June 3 “Gary Walters: Indochine/Indochina” - Portelli Gallery, Warkworth, Ontario

2005 May 15-April 10, 2006 “Dia’s Andy: through the eyes of patronage” - Dia:Beacon, Beacon, NY

2005 May 18-September 5 “Getting emotional” - Institute of Contemporary Arts, Boston www.icaboston.org

2005 May 18-December 31 “Many dykes, two photographers: dyke march photographs by Cathy Cade and Jane P. Cleland” - GLBT Historical Society, 657 Mission St., San Francisco (also at SF LGBTQ Center from June 4-August 15)

2005 May 19-28 “Queer bodies” - photos at Café-Expo, Université Paris-XIII - in conjunction with colloquium “Queer: écritures de la différence?”

2005 May 19-June 18 “Cary Leibowitz: the self-importance show” - Andrew Kreps Gallery, 516A West 20th St., New York 10011 www.andrewkreps.com

2005 May 19-July 16 “Agustin Fernandez: paintings, drawings, sculpture, collage, 1960-2005” - Mitchell Algus Gallery, 511 West 25th St., New York 10001 www.mitchellalgus.com

2005 May 21-June 25 “Nina Katchadourian: ‘The genealogy of the supermarket’ and other works” - Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York www.sarameltzergallery.com

2005 May 21-July 31 “Spirit into matter: the photographs of Edmund Teske” - Art Institute of Chicago

2005 May 21-September 3 “Rauschenberg, Pottorf, Rauschenberg” (Robert R: scenarios & short stories; Darryl Pottorf: a perspective; Christopher R.) - Paul & Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, University of Louisiana at Lafayette www.thehilliard.org

2005 May 23-August 12 “As we see it: images by members of the Center’s Photo Club” - LGBT Community Center, New York

2005 May 25-August 15 “Rétrospective Isaac Julien” - Centre Pompidou, Paris

2005 May 26-June 25 “Allison Smith: Victory Hall” - Bellwether, 134 Tenth Ave., New York 10011 www.bellwethergallery.com

2005 June “Gingko pictures” by Gilbert and George - British Pavilion, Venice Biennale

2005 June-July “Fresh meat in the gallery: transgender visual art exhibition” - LGBT Community Center, San Francisco (June 4-July 31) and ODC Theater Gallery, San Francisco (June 12-July 5) - exhibiting artists included Laurie Toby Edison with a diptych portrait of Marlene Hoeber

2005 June 1-September 5 “Applaus muss sein: Hommage an Thomas Mann zum 50. Todestag” - Schwules Museum, Mehringdamm 61, D-10961 Berlin - works exhibited included portraits by Rinaldo Hopf of Thomas Mann and his son Klaus Mann www.schwulesmuseum.de

2005 June 2-29 photographs by Donna Pollach, Oregon-based lesbian photographer who died in 2002, curated by her partner Sue St Michael - White Gallery, Room 250 of Smith Center, Portland State University

2005 June 3-17 “Subversiv” - works by Rinaldo Hopf - Libreria Babele Galleria, via S. Nicolao, 10, 20123 Milano, Italy www.libreriababele.it

2005 June 3-18 “ManArt” - Minerva Gallery, 263 South 10th St., Philadelphia

2005 June 3-26 “The celebration of the artist” - Gay and Lesbian Artists Visual Arts Group’s 17th exhibition - Highwire Gallery, 1301 Cherry St., Philadelphia

2005 June 3-July 5 “Sacred places and sacred faces” - film and digital photography and video screening, presented by Francesca Roccaforte - Changemakers Books and Gifts for Women, 6536 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, Calif.

2005 June 3-July 30 “Experimental friends: Nathan Lerner and Edmund Teske” - Stephen Daiter Gallery and Daiter Contemporary, 311 West Superior St., Chicago 60610 www.stephendaitergallery.com

2005 June 4-July 29 “Mirage” - curated by Julie Ault and Martin Beck - Alexander and Bonin, 132 Tenth Ave., New York 10011 www.alexanderandbonin.com

2005 opening June 5 “WAR! a visual arts exhibition by queer identified artists” - SomArts, San Francisco, part of National Queer Arts Festival ’05

2005 June 9-October 9 “Frida Kahlo” - Tate Modern, London www.tate.org.uk/modern/exhibitions/kahlo/

2005 June 23-August 19 “What I did on my summer vacation ...: autobiographical photography and the snapshot aesthetic” - ClampArt, New York www.clampart.com

2005 June 23-September 10 “Male desire two” - in celebration of Jonathan Weinberg’s Male desire - Mary Ryan Gallery, 24 West 57th St., New York www.maryryangallery.com

2005 June 24-July 29 “George Platt Lynes: men” - Wessel + O’Connor Fine Art, 111 Front St., Brooklyn 11201 www,wesseloconnor.com

2005 July 1-August 12 “Mapplethorpe / neoclassicism” - Sean Kelly, 528 West 19th St., New York 10001 www.skny.com

2005 July 6-30 photographs by Francesca Roccaforte - Alameda Museum of Art, Alameda, Calif. www.alamedamuseum.com

2005 July 7-September 4 “Terence Koh: gone, yet still” - Grafisches Kabinett, Secession, Vienna www.secession.at

2005 July 16-August 13 “Bruce LaBruce: heterosexuality is the opiate of the masses” - Peres Projects, 969 Chung King Rd., Los Angeles 90012 www.peresprojects.com

2005 July 17-October 10 “Basquiat” - Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

2005 July 17-October 16 “Isaac Julien / True North” - MAK Center/Schindler House, West Hollywood, Calif. www.MAK-center.org

2005 July 23-September 18 “The culture of queer: a tribute to J.B. Harter” - Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans (scheduled to travel to Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York, in March-April 2006)

NOTE: “The culture of queer” was on display at the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, when Hurricane Katrina struck at the end of August. See also the co-chair’s letter for additional information and the Center’s website at www.cacno.org

2005 July 28-September 24 “Wouter Deruytter: billboards, NY” - Chelsea Art Museum, New York chelseaartmuseum.org

2005 July 29-August 4 “Patrick Webb: Cheat and other work” - Julie Heller Gallery, 2 Gosnold St., Provincetown, Mass. 02657 juliehellergallery.com

2005 July 30-October 2 “Beauford Delaney: from New York to Paris” - Greenville County Museum of Art, North Carolina

2005 August “Altered Barbie” - Red Ink Studios, 989 Market St., San Francisco - works included “Altar Barbie” by Laurie Toby Edison, “Pretty and plump” Barbie by Charlotte Davis, the 5th showing for Jill Lee of her Altered Barbie series

2005 August 12-October 23 “Joan Snyder: a painting survey, 1969-2005” - curated by Katherine French - Jewish Museum, New York (organized by the Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, Mass.) www.thejewishmuseum.org

2005 August 15-September 17 “Lenore Chinn & Pamela Peniston: photography” - organized by Rudy Lemcke and Crystal Mason - Jon Sims Center for the Arts, 1519 Mission St., San Francisco 94103 www.jonsimsctr.org

2005 August 18 open studio at Santa Fe Art Institute for new works by Hilary Lorenz, done during her residency there www.hilarylorenz.com

2005 August 21 “Hark & woe by Cmd-Z” - on the lawn in front of the Surfer Museum, Santa Cruz, Calif. - Cmd-Z includes E.G. Crichton

2005 August 26-September 1 “Gibbons at Lyman-Eyer Gallery” (“now on display, featured Aug. 26-Sept. 1”) - Lyman Eyer Gallery, 432 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA www.lymaneyerart.com www.firehousegallery.com/portfolio.htm

2005 through August 28 “John Waters curates Andy’s ‘porn’” - Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh

2005 September - “Le paysage masculin” - male nudes by Bill Travis - Les Mots à la Bouche, Paris

2005 September 1-October 1 “Danica Phelps” - Zach Feuer LFL, 530 West 24th St., New York 10011 www.zachfeuer.com

2005 September 2-30 “Jason Seder and David Spiher” - Barbara Ann Levy Gallery, Cherry Grove, NY www.balgallery.com

2005 September 2-October 1 “Articulations: photography by Garth Amundson” - Nordic Heritage Museum, 3014 NW 67th St., Seattle, WA 98117 www.nordicmuseum.org Reviewed in The Seattle times, Sept. 23, 2005

2005 to September 4 “John Waters: change of life” - Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh (also “Films that corrupted John Waters” to August 19 and “John Waters curates Andy’s porn” to August 18)

2005 September 4-January 8, 2006 “Dialogues: Duchamp, Cornell, Johns, Rauschenberg” - Dallas Museum of Art

2005 September 5-30 “Andy Warhol: portraits” - Tony Shafrazi Gallery, 544 West 26th St., New York 10001 www.tonyshafrazigallery.com

2005 September 6-October 2 33rd Annual Exhibition, Pastel Society of America - National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York 10003 - featuring the work of Claudio Bravo

2005 September 8-October 8 “Bill Rice: the view from 13 East 3rd” - Mitchell Algus Gallery, 511 West 25th St., New York 10001 www.mitchellalgus.com

2005 September 8-October 8 “Geoffrey Chadsey: recent drawings” - Jack Shainman Gallery, 513 West 20th St., New York 10011 www.jackshainman.com

2005 September 8-October 15 “Robert Giard: nudes” - Daniel Cooney Fine Art, 511 West 25th St., New York 10001 www.danielcooneyfineart.com

2005 September 8-October 15 “Mark Beard: retrospective paintings & drawings” - John Stevenson Gallery, 338 West 23rd St., New York 10011 www.johnstevenson-gallery.com Includes maquettes for wall and ceiling paintings being executed for Abercrombie & Fitch flagship store to open on Fifth Avenue on or about November 1st

2005 September 8-October 22 “Bill Armstrong: apparition” - ClampArt, 531 West 25th St., New York 10001 www.clampart.com

2005 September 8-October 22 “Naked lunch” - works by Chi Peng - Chambers Fine Art, 210 Eleventh Ave., New York 10001 www.chambersfineart.com

2005 September 8-October 31 “Andy Warhol: works on paper” - Christinerose Gallery, 529 West 20th St., New York 10011

2005 September 9-October 8 “Ernesto Pujol: the promised land” - Galeria Ramis Barquet, 532 West 24th St., New York 10011 www.ramisbarquet.com

2005 September 9-October 8 “Robert Indiana: wood” - Paul Kasmin Gallery, 293 Tenth Avenue, New York 10001 www.paulkasmingallery.com

2005 September 9-October 9 “Rauschenberg, Pottorf, Rauschenberg” (Robert R: scenarios & short stories; Darryl Pottorf: a perspective; Christopher R.) - Herron School of Art and Design, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis www.herron.iupui.edu

2005 September 9-October 15 “Bill Jacobson” - Julie Saul Gallery, 535 West 22nd St., New York 10011 www.saulgallery.com

2005 September 10-October 15 “Wouter Deruytter: the crow warriors” - Briggs Robinson Gallery, 527 West 29th St., New York 10001 www.briggsrobinson.com

2005 September 11-October 22 “Public beaches” by Lauren Steinhardt - Tollbooth Gallery, Broadway at 11th Ave., Tacoma, Wash.

2005 September 13-October 15 “Indiscreet: candid views by Stephen Hale” with “Passionate men: ceramics and works on paper by John Kirslis” and selections from the collection - Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York www.leslohman.org

2005 September 15-December 4 “Gay Hollywood” - Hollywood Entertainment Museum, Los Angeles

2005 September 17-December 11 “Nancy Azara: encaustic works 2005” - Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY, New Paltz www.newpaltz.edu/museum

2005 September 22-October 22 “Andy Warhol: early hand-painted works” - Gagosian Gallery, 980 Madison Avenue, New York 10021 www.gagosian.com

2005 September 24-December 14 “E. Gibbons” - William Way Center, Philadelphia www.firehousegallery.com/portfolio.htm

2005 September 24-February 19, 2006 “Warhol legacy: selections from the Andy Warhol Museum” - Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

2005 September 29 through October “Munich Factory” - watercolors by Rinaldo Hopf after film stills by Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Kunst(B)handlung Gallery, Müllerstr. 40, 80469 Munich, Germany www.kunstbehandlung.de

2005 September 29-November 5 “Wouter Deruytter: billboards, NY” - Wessel + O’Connor Fine Art, 111 Front St., Suite 200, Brooklyn, NY 11201 www.wesseloconnor.com

2005 September 30-November 12 “The death of Terence Koh” - Peres Projects, 969 Chung King Rd., Los Angeles www.peresprojects.com

2005 October “Acting out: Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore” - Jersey Museum, Channel Islands

2005 early October “The art and politics of netporn” - 2-day conference sponsored by Cut.up.magazine (www.cut-up.com), based in Haarlem, Netherlands, in conjunction with Amsterdam-based Institute of Networkcultures

2005 October “America’s pastime: a project by George Kimmerling” - Pier 17 Mall, Second Floor, South Street Seaport, New York - open 12-6 on Oct. 1-2, 7-9, 14-16 - “reinterprets the mass-market sporting-goods store, using the language and imagery of baseball ... with the broad cultural narrative of American masculinity”

2005 October 1-January 15, 2006 “Love revealed: Simeon Solomon & the pre-Raphaelites” - Birmingham Museums &Art Gallery, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham, England www.bmag.org.uk/exhibitions/ love_revealed/

2005 October 7-December 31 “General Idea: editions, 1967-1996” - Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh

2005 October 7-May 7, 2006 “Yinka Shonibare selects: works from the permanent collection” - Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Fith Ave. at 91st St., New York www.cooperhewitt.org

2005 October 13-November 12 “D-L Alvarez: revolt” - Derek Eller Gallery, 526 West 25th St., New York 10001 www.derekeller.com

2005 October 15-November 12 “Eva & Adele: the death of the performance” - Claire Oliver Fine Art, 513 West 26th St., New York 10001 www.cofa.info

2005 opening October 17 “Pockets of resistance” - works by Ramekon O’Arwisters - LGBT Center, West Union Building, Duke University, Durham, NC

2005 October 17-18 “Postcards from the edge” - fundraiser/art sale for Visual AIDS - Robert Miller Gallery, New York thebody.com/visualaids/current/postcards2005.html

2005 October 21-Novenber 6 “Dirty little drawings” - Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York www.leslielohman.org

2005 October 23-28 “Dissident looks: genre and sex in art history” - 20th International Art History Colloquium, Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico City

2005 October 23-December 3 “No sale” by Michael Lent - Tollbooth Gallery, Broadway at 11th Ave., Tacoma, Wash.

2005 October 23-January 23, 2006 “Peter Hujar” - P.S. 1, 22-25 Jackson Ave., Long Island City, NY

2005 October 27-December 17 “Brian Finke: bodybuilding” - ClampArt, New York www.clampart.com

2005 October 30-January 15, 2006 “John Waters: change of life” - Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, Calif.

2005 November 4-6 Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association, Annual Conference, New Brunswick, NJ - with two sessions chaired by David Duckworth: LGBT studies and popular culture and activism www.wcenter.ncc.edu/gazette/

2005 November 5-27 “Interpenetrating subjectivities” - works by Noreen Dean Dresser; Lawrence Rodriguez, curator - Casa Frela Gallery, 47 West 119th St., New York 10026 www.casafrela.com

2005 November 10-February 5, 2006 “Joan Snyder” - curated by Katherine French - Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, Mass.

2004 November 12-January 28, 2006 “Beauford Delaney: from New York to Paris” - Philadelphia Museum of Art

2005 November 18-19 “Queer scapes: body space sexuality” - Los Angeles Queer Studies Conference 2005 at ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives at U of Southern California and UCLA - www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/lgbts/

2005 November 18-February 12, 2006 “Basquiat” - Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

2005 November 19-December 23 “Lari Pittman” - Barbara Gladstone Gallery, 515 West 24th St., New York 10011 www.gladstonegallery.com

2005 November 22-December 23 “Pin-up” - photography group show curated by Reed Massengill - Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York www.leslielohman.org

2005 December 4-February 9, 2006 work by Chris Sharp - Tollbooth Gallery, Broadway at 11th Ave., Tacoma, Wash.

2005 December 20-April 2, 2006 “Robert Rauschenberg: combines” - Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York www.metmuseum.org

2006 January-March “General Idea: editions, 1967-1996” - Kunstverein, Munich

2006 January 14-February 25 “Peter Berlin et al.” - Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York www.leslielohman.org

2006 January 14-April 2 “Glenn Ligon” - Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston

2006 February 10-March 26 work by Barry Maxwell - Tollbooth Gallery, Broadway at 11th Ave., Tacoma, Wash.

2006 February 18-August 6 “Keith Haring: journey of the radiant baby” - Ronald Roth and Rachael Arauz, co-curators - Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pa. www.readingpublicmuseum.org (originally scheduled to travel to Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans)

2006 February 22-25 College Art Association, Annual Conference, Boston

2006 February 26-May 14 “David Hockney: portraits” - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

2006 March “Fringe-Fest: Silver Lake Film Festival” - LA’s independent film & arts festival, Los Angeles www.silverlakefilmfestival.org

2006 March 9-June 18 “Love revealed: Simeon Solomon & the pre-Raphaelites” - Museum Villa Stuck, Munich, Germany

2006 March 21-April 29 “The culture of queer: a tribute to J.B. Harter” - Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York (this show is scheduled to open the Foundation’s new space at 26 Wooster Street; the show was on view in New Orleans when Katrina struck in late August)

2006 March 27-May 5 work by Kirsten Larsen - Tollbooth Gallery, Broadway at 11th Ave., Tacoma, Wash.

2006 April-June “Rauschenberg, Pottorf, Rauschenberg” (Robert R: scenarios & short stories; Darryl Pottorf: a perspective; Christopher R.) - Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah, Ga. www.telfair.org

2006 April-July “General Idea: editions, 1967-1996” - Henry Art Gallery, Seattle

2006 April 5-7 “An over-sexed history of art?: art history at the intersection of gender and sexuality” - panel at Association of Art History Annual Conference, University of Leeds, England

2006 June 4-August 27 “David Hockney: portraits” - Los Angeles County Museum of Art

2006 fall “General Idea: editions, 1967-1996” - Contemporary Art Museum, University of Southern Florida, Tampa

2006 September 11-November 26 “Love revealed: Simeon Solomon & the pre-Raphaelites” - Ben Uri Gallery, London, England

2006 September 28-January 21, 2007 “David Hockney: portraits” - National Portrait Gallery, London

2006 September 30-December 31 “Glenn Ligon” - Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh

2007 through January “Acting out: Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore” - Frye Museum, Seattle (curated by Tirza True Latimer: we’re still hoping to find additional US venues; interested parties may contact her at ttlatimer@sbcglobal.net)

2007 January 27-April 22 “Glenn Ligon” - Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, Columbua

2007 October 6-December 17 “Glenn Ligon” - Musée d’art moderne Grand-Duc, Luxembourg

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