“Queer Situations”: Behind the Scenes of Borderline
Tirza True Latimer is associate professor and chair of visual and critical studies at California College of the Arts, San Francisco. She co-chairs the Queer Caucus for Art, a College Art Association affiliated society. Her most recent book, Women Together/Women Apart: Portraits of Lesbian Paris (Rutgers University Press, 2005), explores the intersection of visual and sexual cultures in early twentieth-century Paris. Latimer is an independent curator whose exhibitions include “Acting Out: Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore” (2005, Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley; Frye Museum, Seattle; Jersey Heritage Trust; Isle of Jersey) and “Unexpected Developments” (2006, Playspace Gallery, CCA). She is currently collaborating on a major Gertrude Stein exhibition, organized by the Contemporary Jewish Museum of San Francisco.
Tirza True Latimer; “Queer Situations”: Behind the Scenes of Borderline. English Language Notes 1 September 2007; 45 (2): 33–47. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00138282-45.2.33
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