“Del LaGrace Volcano: A Mid-Career Retrospective”

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Photograph: Del LaGrace Volcano
Mo B Dick, Half & Half, New York City, 1998
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Rachel Maddow at Home in my Studio, London, 1998
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Moj Minstrel Tears, Antarctic Peninsula, 2005
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Lazlo & Shanti, London, 2004
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Dred: BigDaddyMomma, New York City, 1996
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Photograph: Del LaGrace Volcano
Kiss My Queer Arse, Meliza Banales, San Francisco, 2006
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TWIRL, Kathy Acker, London, 1999
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Gender Optional X 4, The Mutating Self Portrait (Del Boy, Daddy Del, Mad Debby, Andro Del), London, 2000
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Del LaGrace Volcano, Self Portrait Collaboration with Gerard Rancinan, Paris, 2004
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Liminality, 2004
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Jax Back, Jackie McConochie, London, 1992
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Jax Revealed, Jackie McConochie, London, 1992
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, Soho Tuesday October 2 2012 12:00 - 18:00
Sweden-based gender-subverting photographer Del LaGrace Volcano was born in the United States, yet the artist’s work is fairly unknown here. That will surely change thanks to this confrontational exhibit showcasing 30 years’ worth of images designed to challenge our understanding of class, race and sexuality. Volcano’s portraits of people living at various points on and outside of the gender spectrum—including a young Rachel Maddow—may be disturbing to some viewers, but few will be able to take their eyes off them.
Venue name: Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
Contact:
Address: 26 Wooster St
New York

Cross street: between Canal and Grand Sts
Opening hours: Tue–Sun noon–6pm
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, J, Z, N, Q, R, 6 to Canal St