Gage Programming Director Antonio Pulgarín's Exhibition Opens in NYC!

Lost Throughout the Pages (Whispers of The Caballeros), the debut exhibition of Baxter St’s 2020 artist in residence Antonio Pulgarín aims to democratize the history of beefcake imagery by including the lens and experience of the artist’s queer Latinx identity. Featuring new images and collages drawn from two decades of queer archival imagery, each work incorporates textile patterns, colors, and printed source materials representative of Pulgarín’s Colombian culture and heritage to expand upon the historically white queer canon.

126 Baxter Street, NYC
Exhibition Dates:
September 8, 2021 - October 6, 2021
Opening Reception:
Wednesday, September 8th | 5pm - 8pm

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