SAME SEX MARRIAGE PORTRAIT PROJECT/FUTURE ARCHIVE: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
On view: December 3-19, 2015
Gallery 263 is pleased to present Same Sex Marriage Portrait Project/Future Archive: Where are they now?, an exhibition featuring photographic portraits by Jeannie Simms.
Over the past 6 months, Simms found and photographed some of the first same-sex couples ever to be married in Cambridge and Massachusetts, seeking an answer to the question, “where are they now?” The portraits reflect Simms’ interest in LGBT visual and material culture, and seek to contribute to a broader future archive of images showing the transitional years of rapid social and political change for the LGBT community.
Current Calls for Art:
Calling for contemporary work On the Body. Consider the figure draped, decorated, sculpted… in motion, among natural or constructed surroundings, or in relation to others. Open to all media and all USA residents!
Exhibition Dates: February 7 – March 12, 2016
Deadline: Sunday January 3, 2016 11:59pm