Leslie Lohman Museum



August 14 - September 28, 2014

Permanency: Selections from the Permanent Collection

Curated by Museum Staff

Permanency features artwork recently accessioned by the Museum. This exhibit will feature work from the mid-20th century to 2013 artists including Deborah Kass, Peter Hujar, Robert Indiana, David Hockney, Nan Goldin, Red Grooms, Harmony Hammond, Ray Johnson and many others.

Opening Reception: August 14, 6-8 pm

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July 18 - September 28, 2014

Robert Figueroa: Tom, Dick, and Harry: The Everyday Man Series

This installation, by Fort Lauderdale based artist Robert Figueroa, uses photographic portraits of society’s idealized males as portrayed through action figure dolls. These profile pictures say a lot about how we want to be perceived and how we create new relationships, be them professional or personal. Through those on-line portraits, we make decisions about entering a conversation, sharing intimate details, and in some instances, human contact.

Main Gallery

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September 24 - November 19, 2014


Trans Lives Matter! Justice for Islan Nettles!
Photography by Seyi Adebanjo


The Museum will embark on a new collaboration with the Queer/Art/Mentorship program based here in New York City. Queer/Art/Mentorship was founded on the belief that the more vibrant and supported the queer artistic community is, the more porous its boundaries will become, thereby cultivating superior artistry and sustainable creative careers. There will be exhibitions of work by Q/A/M participants in the Wooster St. Window Gallery running from late September 2014 until mid-February 2015, curate by 2014 Q/A/M fellow Rick Heron.


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September 26 - September 28, 2015

Rm. XIV: Photographs by Mark MacKillop

I started the Hotel Room series as my way of connecting with my friends who were back home while tour with West Side Story in Europe during 2013/2014. I wanted to share a unique perspective into an experience which can be very lonely and isolating. Instead of a written journal I documented my down time in each of my hotel rooms with self-portraits taken on my iPhone with a self-timer. Through this journey I was stripped to the core of myself and learned and grew, both as an artist and a person. This series represents my growth through self-reflection.

Prince St. Project Space

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