July 14, 2020 The Newspaper Serving LGBT Los Angeles

Get Ready for “In This Together: Embracing Diversity”

On June 27, Castelli Art Space will present a special group exhibition of California-based and International LGBTQ artists and allies curated by Sagi Refael and Brenda Williams.

“In This Together: Embracing Diversity” will help round out the month of Pride and a portion of the proceeds will help to benefit ‘Equality California’ and their mission of not only securing equal rights for members of the LGBTQ community, but to all Californians.
The exhibition will be up for 5 days, June 27th-July 1st.
The closing event will take place on July 1st starting at 6pm with a poetry reading event, titled “Futbol Poetics”.

Participating artists:
David Alekhuogie, John Bankston, Rick Castro, Freddy Chandra, Rakeem Cunningham, Mark Dutcher , Deanna Erdmann, Helen Rebekah Garber, Paul Gillis, Tim Hailand, Roey Victoria Heifetz, Dror Hemed, Oree Holban, Doug Johnsonson, Sally Krysztal, Việt Lê, Michelle Jane Lee, Willem Henri Lucas, Lilian Martinez, Ken Gunn Yeop Minn, Ozodi Onyeabor, Zemer Peled, Maria E. Piñeres, Charles Rosenberg ,Lezley Saar, Shizu Saldamando, Jovi Schnell, Jaime Scholnick, Nike Schroeder, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, RVO – Rakefet Viner Omer, Suzanne Wright.

Main image:Yes 2 = Yes 4 = by Jovi Schnell.

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