Please join us in welcoming Jacqueline, Naima, and Logan into the Giard community.
In partnership with Queer|Art, we are pleased to announce the opening of the 2021 installment of The Robert Giard Grant for Emerging LGBTQ+ Photographers.
The Giard Foundation been been reviewing and renewing its commitment to support BIPOC artists.
PJ Raval’s award winning new film, Come & Take It, documents America’s most inspired anti-gun violence movement, #CocksNotGlocks.
Yoruba Richen, 2011-12 Robert Giard Fellow, is the director of powerful a new documentary, The Sit-In: Harry Belafonte Hosts the Tonight Show.
The Beinecke Library at Yale released a new video today about the Robert Giard archive.
Congratulations to Robert Giard Grant for Emerging LGBTQ+ Photographers winner Annie Flanagan and runner-up Clifford Prince King.
Three new publications highlight Robert Giard’s contribution to creating a queer literary world.
Panel Honoring Robert Giard Variously Documenting: Methods of Portraiture was in conversation with the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art’s current exhibition, Uncanny Effects: Robert Giard's Currents of Connection. It brought together three contemporary photographers--Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., Naima Green, and Ian Lewandowski—who are documenting queer communities. As Ariel Goldberg (co-curator of UNCANNY EFFECTS: Robert Giard’s Currents of Connection) points out in ...
Uncanny Effects: Robert Giard’s Currents of Connection temporarily closed The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art is temporarily closed in support of New York City’s efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, so “Uncanny Effects: Robert Giard’s Currents of Connection” is not currently on view. Although the exhibit is closed, you can read about it in these two articles. “Buffering the Lens” offers a glimpse ...