Thursday, April 6, 2017


Luna Luis Ortiz, Chleo Silent Film Star, 1999, on view as part of Expanded Visions: Fifty Years of Collecting.
Weekly eDigest April 4, 2017
PUBLIC PROGRAMS

April 13, 6:30 - 8:30 pm


Chitra Ganesh is a Brooklyn based artist whose drawing, installation, text-based work, and collaborations suggest and excavate buried narratives typically absent from official canons of history, literature, and art. Ganesh graduated from Brown University with a BA in Comparative Literature and Art-Semiotics, and received her MFA from Columbia University in 2002. More

Chitra Ganesh, "How I learned ," 2015, Archival lightjet print, 30 x 21 in. Museum purchase. Collection of Leslie-Lohman Museum
April 27, 6:30 - 8:30 pm


Best-selling author Susie Bright, the country’s preeminent feminist sex writer, is one of the world’s most respected voices on sexual politics, as well as an award-winning author and editor who’s produced and published thousands of the finest writers and journalists working in American literature and progressive activism today. More

"Debi and Coco Stormy Leather Ear Bite". Honey Lee Cottrell.
PRINCE STREET PROJECT SPACE
April 8- April 9, 12-6 pm

Opening: April 7, 6-8 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 16, 12-6 pm

Opening: April 14, 6-8 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. 
April 22-April 23, 12-6 pm

Opening: April 21, 6-8pm

Yatrofsky will be exhibiting new photographic works alongside images from her acclaimed series I Heart Boy and I Heart Girl in a solo exhibition at the Prince Street Project Space in New York City on view April 21st-23rd. Her work is currently featured in the group show Expanded Visions at the Leslie-Lohman Museum for Gay and Lesbian Art. More

Jessica Yatrofsky, "John", 2010, digital image, size varied. Courtesy of 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 11 X 14 in.
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