Tuesday, March 28, 2017

 
Luna Luis Ortiz, Chleo Silent Film Star, 1999, on view as part of Expanded Visions: Fifty Years of Collecting.
Weekly eDigest March 28, 2017
PUBLIC PROGRAMS
March 306:30-8:30pm

The Leslie-Lohman Speakers Series will resume its third season with Fire Island Artist Residency Co-Founder and Director, Chris Bogia, and a panel of FIAR alum. More


 FIAR Flag, 2016, digital photograph detail. Courtesy of the FIAR.
PRINCE STREET PROJECT SPACE
April 8- April 912-6 pm

Opening: April 76-8 pm

20 year retrospective of the drawings and paintings of Michael Mitchell, and a look at the evolution of a commercial illustrator’s developing interest in homo-erotic art. The pieces range from tasteful nudes toexplicit scenarios, prints will be for sale. More

Michael Mitchell, The Neighbor. Courtesy of  the artist. 
April 15-April 1612-6 pm

Opening, April 146-8 pm
GENDERFUCK series is an exploration of gender definition and gender fluidity. Androgyny has always fascinated me. Between the poles of our chosen binary system of gender there is a deliriously wonderful blurring that allows for the transfer of gender. More

Eva Mueller, "Nitzan", 2014, Archival Pigment Print, 30 x 45 in. Courtesy the artist. 
ON VIEW
March 10 - May 21

Our inaugural exhibition in the newly renovated and vastly expanded Museum space, Expanded Visions: Fifty Years of Collecting, is a historic collection show with approximately 250 works on view. Expanded Visions mines the rich cultural coffers of the Museum's collection to trace the evolution of our institution, amid decades of shifting social conditions. More

Horst P. Horst (aka Horst), Male Nude I (Frontal) NY, 1952, Gelatin silver print, 17 x 14 in. Gift of Ricky Horst. Collection of Leslie- Lohman Museum.

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Dusty St. Amand: Over It, 2015.                  
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