THE LESLIE/LOHMAN GAY ART FOUNDATION is a public non-profit foundation established in 1990 to provide an outlet for art work that is unambiguously gay and which is frequently denied access to mainstream venues. The Foundation's Leslie/Lohman Gallery mounts exhibitions of work in all media by gay and lesbian artists with an emphasis on subject matter that speaks directly to gay and lesbian sensibilities, including, erotic, political, romantic, and social imagery and providing special support for emerging and underrepresented artists... Read more
Once a vibrant shipping port, the Hudson River Docks fell into disuse with the advent of air freight and were all but abandoned by the 1970’s. The industrial wasteland became a playground for artists and the emerging gay subculture; it was a place where men would sunbathe, cruise, and engage in sexual acts free from the constraints of society.
Posing: A naked look at the ups and downs of a struggling...
at Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation | New York, New York
closed Tuesday, October 5, 2010