Art, Photography

Luis Carle

Luis Carle moved to New York from Puerto Rico in 1984 and studied photography at Parsons.  It was particularly exciting and full of experiences in which he found many outlets for his creativity as a photographer and he eventually formed relationships with both editorial and commercial clients in both New York and Puerto Rico.  Since, he […]

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Art, NSFW, Photography

Pacifico Silano

Pacifico Silano is a lens-based artist whose work is an investigation into lost histories of the LGBTQ community. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he received his MFA in Photography, Video & Related Media from the School of Visual Arts. His work has been exhibited internationally, including group shows at the Bronx Museum; Context, Miami; Oude Kerk, […]

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Art, Photography

“Wisdom that might have been”

Ray Cook is an openly gay HIV+ photographer, who was already open about his sexuality when it was still illegal. He began taking pictures when HIV started affecting his circle of friends and himself in the late 80s and had actually never thought of becoming a photographer before that. He usually works with medium and large […]

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Art

Greer Lankton – beautiful freaks.

What first comes to mind are lifelike sewn dolls, strange enchanting freaks. Glamorous, gender defying creatures posed in the most bizarre otherworldly window sets. Nan Goldin’s and David Wojnarowicz’s muse first became known through actual East Village window displays, the major focus of her work being on gender issues, sexuality and self-discovery. Born male in […]

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