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and don't discriminate based on any factors when working with artists and the community. We serve as a space for respect, free from bias
for exhibiting artists and guests alike.
The latest blogpost on filthy dreams, the blog "For Minorities Who Don't Even Fit Into Our Own Minorities," features Gwen Shockey's ADDRESSES, on view through November 19, 2017. The article highlights the unstated subtitle of the exhibition, which explores the relationship of gentrification to the changing urban scene. The homogenizing of urban spaces might not make a big difference to those who feel welcome everywhere, but for others, a physical gathering place that knowingl
A superb interview and article on Gwen Shockey's latest exhibition ADDRESSES written by Alexander Gonzales is published on Bedford + Bowery. The exhibition uncovers the hidden "herstory" of lesbian meeting places throughout the five boroughs of New York City. The fight against public erasure and exclusion of LGBTQ individuals in NYC began long before the Stonewall riots. The very existence of these physical spaces and/or the memory of the addresses is proof of an ongoing forc