‘art after stonewall’ examines a crucial moment in lgbtq history
by Nadja Sayej
by Nadja Sayej
by John Edward Heys
This is a collection of people, memories culled from a list of 300 via excellent photos & scans, some of them vintage and whatever else I found in extraordinary artists & a good dollop of fabulous lunatics. All are cherished & memorable from my arrival in NYC until I left and it was a most extraordinary time. Copyright, John Edward Heys 2018
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by Lev Feigin
“Lebe belongs, along with Peter Hujar and Robert Mapplethorpe, to the first generation of gay photographers in the United States who openly explored homosexuality in their work.”
by Nicole DeMarco
by Shaye Weaver
by Chloe Stead
“In Celebration: A Recent Gift from the Photography Collection of Marcuse Pfeifer,” opening on Saturday, Feb. 9, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY-New Paltz campus, New Paltz, (845) 257-3844, www.newpaltz.edu/museum
PETER HUJAR (1934-1987)
Leg–Paul H. Silver print, the image measuring 14 7/8×14 3/4 inches (37.8×37.5 cm.), the sheet 20×16 inches (50.8×40.6 cm.), with Hujar’s signature, title, edition notation 4/15, numeric or inventory notation 846, and date, in ink, on verso. 1979
Estimate $9,000 – 12,000
Acquired directly from the Photographer; to a Private New York Collector.
Sale 2499 Lot 222
The unflinching Fran Lebowitz.
Photographed by Lia Clay and interviewed by Alexander Fury.
Archive photography by Peter Hujar.
12TH ISSUE ― 2019
THE UNSUAL 10TH UN-NIVERSARY UN-ISSUE
12 Covers ― 1500 Copies ― 460 Pages
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by Will Gottsegen