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Juliet Jacques

Juliet Jacques is a writer and filmmaker based in London, UK. Her most recent book, Trans: A Memoir, was published by Verso in 2015. She co-hosts Suite (212) on Resonance 104.4fm, which looks at the arts in their social, cultural, political and historical contexts.

Juliet Jacques examines the political motives behind the removal of works in Oslo, London and the former Yugoslavia

BY Juliet Jacques | 06 AUG 20

Performa’s online exhibition ‘Bodybuilding’ is an intriguing attempt to bring live and spatial work to the screen

BY Juliet Jacques | 05 JUN 20

In 1969, sculpture students were kept in isolation and prohibited from keeping whatever they made – an approach contested at the time and inconceivable now

BY Juliet Jacques | 27 APR 20

Juliet Jacques speaks to the pioneering writer and theorist about her new book, ‘Reverse Cowgirl’, an ‘auto-ethnography’ of the self

BY Juliet Jacques | 06 APR 20

Mendacious news stories, industrial farming videos and leaking pipes infiltrate London’s Serpentine Sackler Gallery

BY Juliet Jacques | 20 NOV 19

Juliet Jacques profiles the photographer Lisetta Carmi who sensitively documented the lives of her friends

BY Juliet Jacques | 17 OCT 19

The artist and psychogeographer discusses building on the protests of the past

BY Juliet Jacques | 08 OCT 19

From organizing against arts cuts to an ‘Acid Corbynist’ listening session, can Momentum’s festival of ideas foster collective hope against right-wing media and politicians?

BY Juliet Jacques | 02 OCT 19

Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani fill Margate’s Turner Contemporary with imagined communities and cities

BY Juliet Jacques | 27 SEP 19

A timely show at the Netherlands’ Cobra Museum is devoted to eight women connected with the mid-century avant-garde movement

BY Juliet Jacques | 20 SEP 19

The BFI’s new boxset highlights the important part women played in establishing cinema as an artistic medium 

BY Juliet Jacques | 19 SEP 19

A new book wants to understand the individuals – and identities – beneath the ‘somewhat derogatory label’

BY Juliet Jacques | 06 SEP 19

‘Queer Spaces’ at Whitechapel Gallery documents the disappearance of many of London’s LGBTQ+ venues

BY Juliet Jacques | 14 AUG 19

This huge retrospective gives a glimpse of the history – and the future – of trans and non-binary art

BY Juliet Jacques | 14 JUN 19

At London’s Pushkin House, the Russian artist exhibits a lesson in ‘argot’ – the slang used by LGBT people in the Soviet Union

BY Juliet Jacques | 02 MAY 19

On the emergence of transgender literature

BY Juliet Jacques | 18 APR 19

‘In Place of the Real’ focussed on histories of LGBTQI+ people

BY Juliet Jacques | 09 APR 19

A new anthology of 16 films made between 1982 and 2014, highlights the director’s innovative, international approach to her art

BY Juliet Jacques | 25 MAR 19

Ahead of the presidential elections on 31 March, the far-right has begun to target cultural institutions

BY Juliet Jacques | 21 MAR 19

A new show at the Athens Conservatoire gives a rare, discerning take on the causes of our political disillusionment

BY Juliet Jacques | 20 MAR 19