TOM | 1st April | Berlin

One Holiday | Two Events

Tom of Finland
DVD Release Meet-and-Greet
With Niklas Hogner (plays part of Kake in movie)

Generous sponsor of Tom of Finland Foundation

My Gay Eye/Mein schwules Auge
Tom of Finland Special Edition

Book Launch and Discussion
With the Museum, Tom of Finland Foundation, publisher, editor and contributors



“Super Schwul” | 25th March | Groningen NL

Not just Schwul, but Super Schwul!

With this catchy title, this is a great nod to our German neighbors and a long tradition to show German artists in the gallery. A group exhibition in which six artists from mainly the Schwule Szene of Berlin are showing their latest work:

Photography Daniel M. Schmude, Johnny Alexandre Abbate; Pen and ink drawings Musk Ming; Porcelain Hendrik Schink; Linocuts Hannes Steinert; Watercolors Rinaldo Hopf.

An exhibition that shows the freedom of artists. From Schwul fairy tales to Schwul polka dancing cowboys.

At the exhibition, the new Mein Schwulles Auge/My Gay Eye will be presented.


On view through 27th May 2018



Los Angeles Zine and Art Book Bazaar | 16th-18th March

LAZAABB is a new independent zine and art book event co-founded by Josh Paul Thomas and Robert Zin Stark. It will host over 50 zine and art book publishers and feature a vast variety of artists, zine makers, publishers, galleries, art book enthusiast, mystics, psychics and astrologers. Grassroots, underground, queer and ‘the unheard of’ welcomed.

Art, Words, and Magic Can All Be One

The idea is to shake up the idea of the “Book Fair” by adding an esoteric slant. There will be a select group of gifted psychics, card readers, and star gazers that will set up shop for the weekend.

Friday 16th: 6-9p / Lazaabb+Akbar+Pinups+Opening Party @akbar (LAPOP)
Saturday 17th: Noon – 7p / +Bazaars Bizarre Bash after party @creatington
Sunday 18th: Noon – 7p / +Closing ceremony


Hennessy + Ingalls, CARLA Magazine, Inner City Arts, Paper Chase Press, Tom of Finland Foundation, LACMA Art Catalogues, Semiotexte, Silver Lake Wine, Urban Radish

LAZAABB feels like a fresh and worthy addition to the book fair scene, one that breathes new life into zine culture’s DIY roots.  Gwynedd Stuart, Los Angeles Magazine

LAZAABB is a uniquely L.A. zine and art book bazaar, drawing from the historical esoteric and queer communities distinctly cultivated by Los Angeles. -Tevy Khou, Advocate