Queer Forms

September 10 - December 7, 2019

Diyan Achjadi, Mark Aguhar, Laura Aguilar, Mariette Pathy Allen, Ray Andrzejewski, Judith Baca, Felipe Baeza, Jordan Bahat, Chase Barney, Noah Barth, Alison Bechdel, Malkiella Benchabat, Sadie Benning, Gladys Bentley, Deborah Bright, Claude Cahun, Anna Campbell, Jennifer Camper, Gaye Chan, Caroline Wells Chandler, Ross Collab, Tee A. Corinne, Patricia Cronin, Diana Davies, Jim Dryden, Brent Dundore, Cheryl Dunye, Dyke Action Machine (DAM), Rubén Esparza, Edie Fake, Fan Popo and David Zheng, Mo B. Dick (Mo Fischer), Lola Flash, Gran Fury, Twiggy Pucci Garçon and Sara Jordenö, Cheri Gaulke and Sue Mayberry, Jeffrey Gibson, Karolina Gnatowski (kg), Efrain John Gonzalez, Donna Gottschalk, Holly Greenberg, Michela Griffo, Barbara Hammer and Paula Levine, Harmony Hammond, Keith Haring, Elizabeth Breck Hickman, Sophia Songmi Hill, David Hockney, Olivia Levins Holden, Yon Hudson, Peter Hujar, Joan E. Biren, Derek Jarman, Larry Johnson, Andrés Juárez, Isaac Julian, Deborah Kass, Greer Lankton, Marc LaPointe, Zoe Leonard, Steven Liang, Alma López, Kenna Love, Oskar Ly, Amos Mac, Rigo Maldonado, Robert Mapplethorpe, Kevin Martin, Travis McEwen, Nelson Morales, Zanele Muholi, Betsy Odom, Savana Ogburn, Alice O’Malley, Mx. Oops, Catherine Opie, Jari Osborne, Michelle Parkerson, Lorelei Pepi, Alex Petersen, Mateus Porto, fierce pussy, Emmett Ramstad, Miguel Angel Reyes, Marlon Riggs, Jesse Salb, Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt, Christopher Selleck, Harshvardhan Shah, Karen Sherman, Joe Sinness, Mona Smith, Corinne Teed, Tourmaline and Sasha Wortzel, Lalo Ugalde, Jose Villalobos, Andrea Stoops Villarrubia, Pabllo Vittar, Anna Van Voorhis, Brian Vu, Andy Warhol

Katherine E. Nash Gallery
405 21st Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55455

https://cla.umn.edu/art/galleries/katherine-e-nash-gallery

Art Since 1948

August 29 – December 23, 2019

With strengths in American and European surrealism, abstract painting, mid-century kinetic and light works, and art addressing powerful themes of history, land use, and identity, Art Since 1948 surveys the collection and encourages formal and conceptual connections across six decades.

Krannert Art Museum
500 East Peabody Drive, Champaign, Illinois 61820

https://kam.illinois.edu/exhibition/art-1948

My Animal Wants and The Land that Carries Me

July 20, 2019

Chimera – Coral Short (2016) 5 min 27 sec

Cry of the Loup-garou – Glen Gear (2014) 4 min 19 sec

the coyotes must see the moon… – Midi Onodera (2017) 1 min 38 sec

Being Green – Jess Dobkin (2011) 3 min 30 sec

Ikuma Siku – Glenn Gear (2013) 6 min 58 sec

Resettlement [floating home] – Glenn Gear (2013) 3 min 16 sec

Two to a Blanket, Feet to the Fire – Jamie Ross (2012) 8 min 40 sec

In the Golden Rods – Jamie Ross (2015) 1 min 47 sec

We have always been on fire – Sasha Wortzel 5 min 57 sec

Like you and me – Mark Adams (unknown) 1 min 44 sec

Sissy Boy Slap Party – Guy Maddin (2004) 6 min 19 sec

Eastern Edge Gallery
72 Harbour Drive
St. John’s, NL A1C 1B1
Canada

https://bit.ly/2y1IwKY

Be Seen: Portrait Photography Since Stonewall

June 22 - September 15, 2019

Tad Beck, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Nan Goldin, Martine Gutierrez, Peter Hujar, Christopher Makos, Robert Mapplethorpe, Mark Morrisroe, Ana Mendieta, Yasumasa Morimura, Zanele Muholi, Catherine Opie, John O’Reilly, Jack Pierson, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Cindy Sherman, Patti Smith, Sage Sohier, Gail Thacker, Mickalene Thomas, Tourmaline and Sasha Wortzel, Iké Udé, Conrad Ventur, Chris Verene, Andy Warhol, and David Wojnarowicz.

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
600 Main Street Hartford CT, 06103

https://www.thewadsworth.org/be-seen-portrait-photography-since-stonewall/

Y'all Better Quiet Down

June 6-September 8, 2019

Brogan Bertie, Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo, Luis Carle, Sebastián Castro Niculescu, LJ Roberts, Tourmaline & Sasha Wortzel, Tuesday Smillie, and Chris Vargas; and ephemera from The LGBT Community Center National History Archive, Leslie-Lohman Museum Collection, WRRQ Collective, and the NYC Trans Oral History Project

Y’all Better Quiet Down will be presented at the Leslie-Lohman Museum’s Living Room Gallery from June 6 -July 21, and the Bureau of General Services Queer Division at the LGBT Center from June 14-September 8 .

Leslie-Lohman Museum
26 Wooster Street
New York, NY 10013

https://www.leslielohman.org/project/yall-better-quiet-down

Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall

May 3–December 8, 2019

Mark Aguhar, Felipe Baeza, Morgan Bassichis, David Antonio Cruz, Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski, John Edmonds, Mohammed Fayaz, Camilo Godoy, Jeffrey Gibson, Hugo Gyrl, Juliana Huxtable, Rindon Johnson, Elektra KB, Linda LaBeija, Park McArthur, Elle Pérez, LJ Roberts, Tuesday Smillie, Tourmaline, Kiyan Williams, Sasha Wortzel, and Constantina Zavitsanos.

Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052

https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/stonewall

Happy Birthday, Marsha! at MoMA

February 14, 2019
Happy Birthday, Marsha! screens with Blame by Quinn Shephard as part of the opening program for the series The Future of Film is Female, organized by Caryn Coleman, guest curator, and Rajendra Roy, The Celeste Bartos Chief Curator of Film, at The Museum of Modern Art.  

MoMA
11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019

https://www.moma.org/calendar/film/5045?locale=en

Upcoming 2019

Video installation Lost in the Music will show on a yearlong loop as part of She Persists: A Century of Women Artists in New York at the Gracie Mansion Conservatory (opening January 22). Happy Birthday, Marsha! will be included in the Nottingham Contemporary’s Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance exhibition and show in the Sharjah Film Platform in January. In February Happy Birthday, Marsha! screens at the Museum of Modern Art and will also be installed at the Brooklyn Museum in the exhibition Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall (May 3–December 8).

Sacha Yanow: Cherie Dre


Oct 25-27, 2018

Sacha Yanow: Cherie Dre
Through movement, text, and music, Yanow creates an intimate history of the Jewish Borscht Belt, mental illness, cultural assimilation, political repression, and gender trouble, from the Bronx to the Catskills.

Written and performed by Sacha Yanow
Director: Caitlin Sullivan
Choreographer: Faye Driscoll
Voice and Sound: Holland Andrews
Video: Sasha Wortzel
Set: Cate McCrea
Costumes: Ásta Hostetter
Lighting: Alejandro Fajardo
Outside Eyes: Morgan Bassichis
Creative Producer: Melissa Levin

Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church
131 East 10th St. New York, NY 10003

http://www.danspaceproject.org/calendar/sacha-yanow/

Still from video for  Sacha Yanow: Cherie Dre

Still from video for Sacha Yanow: Cherie Dre

Happy Birthday, Marsha! at The Kitchen

September 21-22, 2018
Tourmaline and Sasha Wortzel: Happy Birthday, Marsha!

Tourmaline and Sasha Wortzel present a live immersive screening of their film Happy Birthday, Marsha! which imagines iconic activist and performer, Marsha "Pay It No Mind" Johnson in the hours before the 1969 Stonewall Riots. The evening will include performances by intergenerational collaborators on the project including Mya TaylorJimmy CamiciaEgyptt Labaija, and Geo Wyeth, who will score the film live. Organized by Lumi Tan.

The Kitchen
512 West 19th Street New York, NY 10011

https://thekitchen.org/event/tourmaline-and-sasha-wortzel-happy-birthday-marsha

An Evening with Tourmaline and Sasha Wortzel at BAM

August 16, 2018
An Evening with Tourmaline and Sasha Wortzel

On the occasion of the New York premiere of their new collaboration Happy Birthday, Marsha!—about legendary transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson—this program brings together a selection of quietly radical short films by Tourmaline and Sasha Wortzel, which offer moving considerations of queer and trans identities both past and present. 

BAM Rose Cinemas
30 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217

https://www.bam.org/film/2018/an-evening-with-tourmaline-and-sasha-wortzel