“Composed: Identity, Politics, Sex” – through 06/30 – NYC

Composed presents a selection of photo-based works by seven contemporary artists in the final gallery of the museum’s permanent exhibition.

ADI NES (Israeli, 1966- ), Untitled (From “Soldiers”), 1966, Chromogenic color print, 35 1/4” x 35 7/16”

Using conventional forms of photography—including traditional portraiture, photojournalism, and online profile pictures—the artists focus on the highly mediated politics of sex and desire. 

Artists represented include: Marc Adelman, Gloria Bornstein, AA Bronson, Debbie Grossman, Adi Nes, Collier Schorr, and Rona Yefman. 

THE JEWISH MUSEUM

1109 5th Avenue at 92nd Street
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ART at FAIRS – Spring & Fall


Plans are now being made for Tom of Finland Foundation’s 2012 Art Fair Weekend, which will be held September 27th through the 30th. We will have a larger and more “current” venue that will be more attractive to Artists and Collectors alike and we return to the successes of previous autumns. We want to provide a more fitting exhibition space and room, both for our formal discussions, and relaxed conversation.

TOM OF FINLAND (Finnish, 1920 – 1991), Untitled (Detail), 1978, Marker on paper, Tom of Finland Foundation Permanent Collection #78.59, © 1978 Tom of Finland Foundation

An important part of this 2012 Weekend will be the presence of the winners of our biennial artist contest, the celebration of the 20th anniversary edition of Tom’s biography and the completion of our new art storage facility at TOM House.

The Foundation is steadfast in its commitment to protect and preserve artwork and to promote the exceptional artists that create it.

Art is an integral part of Gay culture. Change INSPIRES.

On Sunday, March 25th, you’ll find ToFF at LA Fetish Pride’s Street Fair! Please join us at this cultural event with adult beverage, kinky vendors and good friends. What more do you need?