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David Wojnarowicz TIDAL MOTION : a Pop Up In PTown

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  Today, June 25th, 2021,  sees a new Pop Up in Ptown. At 446 Commercial Street NY’s P.P.O.W Gallery and Joe Sheftel are presenting TIDAL MOTION a summer-long exhibit featuring a solo presentation of paintings, collages, stencils, prints, and photographs by David Wojnarowicz. Each week, Wojnarowicz’s work will be in conversation with contemporary artists, including … Continue reading



How to Celebrate HALLOWEEN in PTown, New York, Miami and SF.

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  In Provincetown this year Halloween coincides with the annual SPOOKY BEAR WEEKEND.  Run by the Northeast Ursamen the event is called  Spooky Bear 2021: American Hairy Story.  As well as partying at the Crown and Anchor these hirsute gentlemen have a whole packed weekend planned from Ghost Tours to Costume Balls, a Bear Mart … Continue reading



PETER HUJAR “one of the major American photographers of the late twentieth century” back in PTown

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  Night and Day will be a gallery-wide curated exhibition including 19 artists at opening on July 2nd 2021 at  Ptown’s  Albert Merola Gallery. Although not exclusively LGBTQ artists, it will feature work by John Waters, Jack Pierson, Lyle Ashton Harris, David Armstrong, Stephen Bron, and Matías Alvial among others. The last two being young … Continue reading



Peter Hujar Vintage – Uncomplicated, direct photographs of complicated and difficult subjects

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      What’s becoming a highly anticipated annual highlight at the Albert Merola Gallery in  PTown is their remarkable exhibition of vintage photographs by the late great Peter Hujar.   Hujar was an American photographer best known for his black and white portraits. and his work received only marginal public recognition during his lifetime, but … Continue reading



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