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January 16 - 19, 2014

Los Angeles, CA

Artists Corner Gallery & Bookmaking
&
Photo LA

present:

Round Hole, Square Peg

A New LGBT Aesthetic for the 21st Century

Vernissage on January 16, 2014
NOTE: Our newsletter mentioned January 15 as the opening date as one paragraph on the
Artists Corner website said the 15th. We now believe that that date was in error.

Tickets: See Photo LA Website

Round Hole, Square Peg is an open-call, juried photography show, conceived with the intent to question and acquire a new queer visual aesthetic for the 21st century. The show will have its debut at the opening night of Photo LA, January 15th 2014, headlining the Artist’s Corner Gallery and Book booth at the fair. After Photo LA, the show will move to the Artist’s Corner Gallery in Hollywood, California, and run until the end of February. The gallery is planning on making a show catalog which will contain artist info and bios.

The 23rd edition of Photo LA, is the longest running fine art fair in California and harnesses Los Angeles’ growing importance in the international art market. Last year featured 50 exhibitors from around world and attendance was 12,000. The fair holds seminars, lectures parties and a gala, special opening night VIP vernissage for press, exhibitors, artists and important collectors, and will feature an Artist’s Corner reception for Round Hole, Square Peg.

Review by Phil Tarley for Fabrik
"Round Hole, Square Peg: A New LGBT Visual Aesthetic For Century 21"

Venue:
LA Mart

1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90007 · Map

Photo LA Website

Exhibition later to move to
The Artist's Corner Gallery
Monday - Friday 9 AM - 6:30 PM
6585 Santa Monica Blvd., California 90038 · Map · 323.464.3900
Artists Corner Gallery & Bookmaking Website

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“I almost never draw a completely naked man. He has to have at least a pair of boots or something on. To me, a fully dressed man is more erotic than a naked one. A naked man is, of course beautiful, but dress him in black leather or a uniform — ah, then he is more than beautiful, then he is sexy!”
— Tom of Finland