Tuesday November 15th
Tribute to a Queen: Flawless Sabrina
The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
24 Wooster Street (bet Grand & Canal) Soho, NY

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I will be showing three photographs printed especially for this event
(paper size: 36 x 36")


The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art presents:

Tribute to a Queen: Flawless Sabrina
Curated by: Inbred Hybrid Collective
November 15th, 2011 (5:30-8:30pm)
24 Wooster St, Soho NY (between Grand & Canal)

The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City, the United States’ first and only museum of LGBTQ art, invites you to an evening tribute celebrating a legendary American artist and cultural icon, Jack Doroshow, aka Flawless Sabrina.

A one-night event, this will be a rare glimpse into the life and mind of a creator whose multi-decade influence on queer identity will continue to capture the imaginations of artists for years to come. Featuring paintings, photographs, outfits, wigs, video, readings, and ephemera, this event will also offer a rare screening of the seminal 1968 film, “The Queen.”

The event will provide a historical context for Flawless Sabrina for the purpose of educational entertainment, beginning with early activism, which has continued throughout Flawless' career, and, where possible, actual documentation from the archives will be displayed.

This will include press clippings, scribblings, paintings and photographs. This pioneering legend is still going strong, and there's no better time to show the triumphant performer at her peak. Flawless will read from her soon to be published book, accompanied by writers and performers including Brandon Olson, Inbred Hybrid Collective, and Rami Shamir.

5:30- 6:40 - Presentation of the film, “The Queen”
6:40- 7:00 - Gallery viewing, sales table open, wine bar,
7:00- 8:00 - Readings by Rami Shamir, Inbred Hybrid Collective, Brandon Olson, and Flawless Sabrina, followed by Q&A
8:00- 8:30 - Gallery viewing, sales table open, wine bar,

Partial list of artists whose work will appear:
Diane Arbus, Pearl Bailey, Madame Bertha, William S. Burroughs, Curtis Carman, Jimmy De Leo, John Destmone, Ken Don, Zachary Drucker, Johnny Dynell, Neil Edwards, Ron Fortunado, Maurice Gaulmin, Michelle Handelman, Joe E. Jeffreys, Robert Keenan, Jill Krementz, Pierre Manciet, Tom Markee, Math-you, Nina Meledandri, Brandon Olson, Ves Pitts, Francesco Scavullo, Rami Shamir, Niko Solorio, Mark Trainer, Andy Warhol