“Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall”
Time Out says
This year has seen a series of Golden-Anniversary celebrations of seminal events (the moon landing, Woodstock), but none of them had a more profound long-term effect on society than the Stonewall Riots, which launched the modern gay rights movement five decades ago. To measure its continuing impact, 28 LGBTQ+ artists, born after 1969, look back on Stonewall’s legacy and the world—their world—to which it gave birth.
|Venue name:||Brooklyn Museum | Brooklyn, NY|
200 Eastern Pkwy
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