A tribute to David Cannon Dashiell prepared for Stretcher by Sono Osato, artist and owner of the Estate of David Cannon Dashiell which includes an interview and an artist’s statement about “Queer Mysteries.” http://www.stretcher.org/archives/e1_a/2003_10_03_e1_archive.php David Dashiell’s archives are on file at the Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Historical Society, P.O. Box 424280, San Francisco, California 94142, […]

Jewelle Gomez website http://www.jewellegomez.com/ Popular and Contemporary Lesbian and Bisexual Poets http://www.sappho.com/poetry/contemporary/ Bones and Ash: A Gilda Story (1995) Urban Bush Women’s presentation. Includes video clips of the production. http://www.walkerart.org/pa/ubw/dances/bonesD.html Poet keeps the flame alive by Michael Joe http://www.journalism.sfsu.edu/www/pubs/gater/fall96/sep10/03.html Dreams deferred by Jewelle Gomez Gomez discusses how the women in her family affected her views […]

Felix Gonzalez-Torres was born in 1957 in Cuba, and grew up in Puerto Rico before moving to New York City. He died of AIDS in 1996. Gonzalez-Torres had his first one-man exhibition at Andrea Rosen Gallery in 1990, where he continued to show his work until his death.The estate of Felix Gonzalez-Torres is represented by […]

The Salon–interview Dorothy Allison Talks about working-class guilt…The film version of “Bastard out of Carolina” and Coming out–as a science -fiction fan. http://www.salon.com/books/int/1998/03/cov_si_31intb2.html Dorothy Allison weaves tales from the heart By Mary Ann Stover New York Blade To fully understand the depth and complexity of Cavedweller is to look at the threads of author Dorothy […]

Solo Exhibitions 2007 Selected Editions on Paper from the collection of the Estate of Keith Haring — Egon Schiele Centrum, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic Keith Haring Drawings — Ludwigmuseum, Koblenz, Germany Keith Haring / Andy Warhol — The Warhol Museum, Pittsurgh, Pennsylvania, USA 2006 Keith Haring: Journey of the Radiant Baby — Reading Public Museum, […]

1999-2000 The End: An Independent Vision of Contemporary Culture 1982 – 2000 Featuring works by over 100 artists. Saturday, January 29, 2000 – Saturday, April 1, 2000 Exit Art / The First World, 548 Broadway, New York, New York 10012 1998-99 Persuasion Thursday, June 24, 1999 – Friday, July 30, 1999 Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, 470 […]

Selected Exhibitions 2004 Likeness: Portraits of Artists by Other Artists, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco (catalogue) East Village USA, The New Museum of Contemporary Art,New York (catalogue) Artists’ Favorites, Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), The Mall, London Animals & Us: The Animal in Contemporary Art, Gallerie St. Etienne, New York 2003 Histories […]

Nicole Eisenman CV 1965 Verdun, France, lives and works in NYC 1987 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, B.F.A. 1994 Centerfold project for Frieze magazine, November-December issue 1995 The Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant 1995 The Louis Tiffany Grant 1995 Penny McCall Foundation Grant 1995 Magazine cover project for Art magazine, March issue 1996 […]

Marlon Riggs

Marlon Riggs Marlon Riggs’ essay film TONGUES UNTIED gives voice to communities of black gay men, presenting their cultures and perspectives on the world as they confront racism, homophobia, and marginalization. It broke new artistic ground by mixing poetry, music, performance and Riggs’ autobiographical revelations. The film was embraced by black gay audiences for its […]

Bernice Bing

Bernice Bing (1936–1998) was a Chinese American lesbian artist involved in the San Francisco Bay Area art scene in the 1960s. She was known for her interest in the Beats and Zen Buddhism, and for the “calligraphy-inspired abstraction” in her paintings, which she adopted after studying with Saburo Hasegawa.