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 ...
Terrence McNally Maurice Berger The Robert Giard Foundation is saddened by the deaths of Terrence McNally and Maurice Berger, whose portraits were taken by Robert Giard. The spread of COVID-19 and its accompanying public health precautions have left many of us feeling fearful and uncertain. Artists have the gift of embracing uncertainty and contradiction in all their beauty ...