THE GREAT LGBTQ PHOTO SHOW @ LESLIE/LOHMAN GALLERY
June 16 – July 10, 2010
“QueerBack” is one of two photographs of mine being shown.
THE GREAT LGBTQ PHOTO SHOW
June 16 – July 10, 2010
June 15 (Tues)
6pm – 8pm
This group photography show includes a wide range of imagery–documentary, erotic, political, romantic and more. With more than 80 photographers represented from the US and around the world, the Great LGBTQ Photo Show provides viewers with a broad survey of what contemporary queer photographers are working on today.
The following photographers are included in the Great LGBTQ Photo Show:
Thom Adams, Ajamu X, Michael Alago, Tom Baron, Robert Bianchi, Ripp Bowman, Don Campbell, Luis Carle, Lage Carlson, Aaron Cobbett, Brendon Connors, Larry Cwik, Ricky Day, Sean Dibble, George Dinhaupt, Elizabeth Dowd, J.D. Dragan, Jess T. Dugan, Mark Edward, Devin Elijah, Billy Erb, Lola Flash, Warren Fletcher, Claude Furones, Alex Geana, Brian Gorman, Rebecca Greenberg, Mareike Gunsche, Crystal Gwyn, Kim Hanson, Emeric Harney, Michael Harwood, Dahn Hiuni, Hugh Holland, Charles Hovland, Mikka Jacino, David Jarrett, Angela Jimenez, John H. Johnson, Katie Koti, Molly Landreth, Ross Bennett Lewis, Timothy Lomas, Frank Louis, Ricardo Louis, Janice Marshack, David J. Martin, Dick Mitchell, Greg Mitchell, Pierre-Yves Monnerville, Enrique Jayro Montesinos, Grace Moon, Amanda Morgan, Lara Morgan, Ocean Morisett, Patrick Mulcahy, Peter Pfeffer, Gregory Prescott, Andrew Printer, Xavier Radic, Benyamin Reich, Eric Rhein, Ulli Richter, Gary Rissman, Alexis Rodriguez-Duarte, Nicholas Romanoli, Leslie Satterfield, Mathieu Schmutzler, Larry Schulte, Rick Shupper, Robert Siegelman, Bryan Smith, Lars Stephan, Margaret Stratton, Burt Sun, Enrique Toribio, TRET, Douglas Blair Turnbaugh, Taschka Turnquist, Johan Van Wyck, Vega, Adam Vincentz, Sophia Wallace, Cynthia Warwick, Fred Watson, Brett Wexler, Jade Yumang
ABOUT THE LESLIE/LOHMAN GAY ART FOUNDATION
Described by Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times art critic Holland Cotter as “…a thoroughly nonmainstream pearl beyond price,” the LESLIE/LOHMAN GAY ART FOUNDATION (LLGAF) is a non-profit foundation established to provide an outlet for artwork that is unambiguously gay and which is often denied access to mainstream venues. Founded in 1990, the Foundation mounts exhibitions of art in all media by gay and lesbian artists emphasizing subject matter that speaks to queer sensibilities, including works with erotic, political, romantic and social imagery. LLGAF also provides special support for emerging and underrepresented artists through The ARCHIVE (a quarterly art journal) and a permanent collection of more than 3,000 works, including pieces by artists Duncan Grant, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Jean Cocteau and Robert Mapplethorpe. Leslie/Lohman is the premier resource for anyone interested in the rich art legacy of the LGBTQ community and its influence on and confrontation with the mainstream art world.
26 Wooster Street
(between Grand & Canal)
Tuesday – Saturday
Noon – 6pm