Join Leonard Pearlstein Gallery for a guided tour of STONEWALL @ 50
The guided tour will cover information on the origins and organization of the exhibition as well as detailed discussions of the work of the artists who submitted work specifically created for this exhibition as well as some work that speaks to LGBTQ culture and politics covering the last 50 years since the Stonewall uprising.
Expected run-time: 40 min.
Please note this is not a seated event.
Date details can be found on their Facebook Page. Registration is required and free of charge. Please register at:
STONEWALL @ 50 celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots which took place June 28–30, 1969. The show gathers 50 LGBTQ* Philadelphia area artists in the largest show of LGBTQ* art in Philadelphia history. The Stonewall Riots marked a pivotal moment in the struggle for queer liberation in the USA. STONEWALL @ 50 includes painting, drawing, photography, video, sculpture, fiber work, and installation.
alkotó, Linda Lee Alter, Keenan Bennett, Marcus Branch, Keith Breitfeller, Uriah Bussey, Danny Cappello, Corliss Cavalieri, Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Alden Cole, Ebony Malaika Collier, Vicente Ortiz Cortez, Daniel De Jesús, Brian David Dennis, Susan DiPronio, Jonas Dos Santos, Thom Duffy, Edith Emerson, Uta Fellechner, Aaron Feltman, Santiago Galeas, Rami George, Ralfka Gonzalez, Laureen Griffin, Catriona Gunn, Andrew Sedgwick Guth, Link Harper, H.D. Ivey, Michael Jicha, Willard Johnson, Aaron Kalinay, Tristan Kravitz, Gilbert Lewis, Malachi Lily, Wit López, Rob Lybeck, Virgil Marti, Amy Eileen Martin, Gabriel Martinez, Shereen Masoud-Jointe, Natalie Hope McDonald, Kara Mshinda, Warren Muller, NYELA, Violet Oakley, Heather Raquel Phillips, Chanthaphone Rajavong, Devon Reiffer, Eddy Rhenals-Narvaez, Jordi Sabaté, Gerard Silva, Emily Satis Smith, Chad States, Brandon Straus, Noemi Charlotte Thieves, Julien Tomasello, Rochelle Toner, Vitche-Boul Ra, Eva Wǒ, Pedro Zagitt