|Fred Phelps: Burning Gay / 2011 / inks on bristol|
In response to the Catholic Church's recent call for censorship of the high-profile "Hide/Seek" exhibit (which recently appeared—uncensored—at the Brooklyn Museum), Leslie-Lohman is doing the opposite of censorship—it's exhibiting everything that's submitted for this show without editing, curation or interpretation (as long as the work doesn't run afoul of state or federal laws).
I jumped at the opportunity of getting my portrait of Phelps on the wall at this exhibit. I was delighted it was accepted and only wish I could have made it up to NYC this weekend for the show!
Click HERE for my blog about the Nashville Pride Festival last year, where I exhibited Fred Phelps: Burning Gay to the public!
UNCENSORED: Queer Art in the Church opened this week at Leslie-Lohman Museum. If you can't make it in person this weekend, here is a great video of the exhibit which was posted! My art shows up under the 1 min mark...