Tuesday, 18 October 2016 01:18

"On The Inside": An Exhibition By Incarcerated LGBTQ Artists

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ON THE INSIDE

 

 

 

There will be a great exhibition in New York since "On The InsideOn The Inside" is a group exhibition of 450 works of LGBTQ artists who are currently incarcerated.

Designed by American rock singer and filmmaker Tatiana von Furstenberg and Black & PinkBlack & Pink, which is an organization of LGBTQ prisoners and 'free world' allies who support each other, the exhibition "On The Inside" "offers a rare glimpse into the emotional complexities of a marginalized and forgotten community whose artistry reflect a longing to be seen and acknowledged beyond an existence that reduces them to a number."

Described as "a meditation on humanity, identity, spirituality and desire that gives voice to varied LGBTQ viewpoints that have been silenced," "On The Inside" will take place from November 4 to December 18 at the Abrons Arts CenterAbrons Arts Center in New York.

Artwork by Larry S. "Always Without A Net"

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