Pink And Bent: Art Of Queer Women
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‘Pink And Bent: Art Of Queer Women’- slideshow, by Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation gallery and www.glbtq.com
Pink and Bent: Art of Queer Women is an exhibition, which was first mounted at the Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation gallery in New York City between May 21 and June 28, 2008. It was curated by Pilar Gallego and Cora Lambert, who selected work by both established and emerging artists with an eye toward conveying the experience of being a queer woman through art, which can ‘describe visually what is too complicated’ to convey through language alone.
I invite you to visit the online documentation of this show, which is available on glbtq.org (the encyclopedia gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and queer culture), where you can see a slideshow (58 slides) presenting the work of 24 of the queer artists, who participated in the show.
‘Pink and Bent: Art of Queer Women’ -slideshow presents work by Prinny Alaví, Deborah Bright, Gaye Chan, Elizabeth Jefts Dowd, Lola Flash, Pilar Gallego, Gail S. Goodman, Lorraine Inzalaco, Angela Jimenez, G.B. Jones, Cora Lambert, Molly Landreth, Dusty Lombardo, Patsy Lynch, Grace Moon, Marion Pinto, fierce pussy, Hinda Schuman, Tuesday Smillie, Diane Tanchak, Maria Tsaguriya, Tara White, Haejin Yoon, and Lisa Zilker.
About The Curators
The Pink and Bent: Art of Queer Women show was curated by two New Yorkers, Pilar Gallego, a graduate of the Pratt Institute, and Cora Lambert, who holds a B.F.A. from the School of Visual Arts.