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The Great LGBT Photo Show, Rock Paper Scissors, Off the Wall and more!
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The Leslie/Lohman Art Gallery presents The Great LGBTQ Photo Show now through July 10. This group photography show includes a wide range of imagery—documentary, erotic, political, romantic and more. With more than 80 photographers represented from the US and around the world, the exhibit provides viewers with a broad survey of what contemporary queer photographers are working on today. Some of the photographers featured include Rebecca Greenberg, Mareike Guensche, Crystal Gwyn, Sophia Wallace, Katie Koti, Molly Landreth, Grace Moon and Amanda Morgan.

The exhibition Rock Paper Scissors at Tabla Rasa Gallery through August 14 concentrates on paintings, collages, and hand pulled prints by 13 diverse and independent artists, loosely associated by a common project, and all displaying an essential common trait: the pursuit of excellence in their craft. The title Rock Paper Scissors is a broad analogy for the full circle of shifting "power" elements within a work of art. In this interplay, with "rock" representing the physicality of art-object, "paper" representing power of communication, and "scissors" representing tools of process, all exist in symbiosis, but shift in weight relative to each work.

Don’t miss Off the Wall: Thirty Performative Actions (part 1) at the Whiney Museum of American Art July 1–Sept. 19. Conceived as a two-part exhibition, Off the Wall: Thirty Performative Actions focuses on actions using the body in live performance in front of the camera, or in relation to a photographic or printed surface or drawing. Each action displaces the site of the artwork from an object to the body, acting in relation to, or directly onto, the physical space of the gallery. The wall and floor become the stage for these actions: walking on the wall, slamming doors, slapping hands against the wall, gathering sawdust up from the studio floor, walking on a painting, striding and crawling around a small cylindrical space, writing or drawing on the wall and floor, or performing a striptease behind the transparent plane of Duchamp’s Large Glass.

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