The Round Hole Square Peg LGBTQ Art Exhibition opens TONIGHT, Saturday, February 3, 6pm-9pm, with a photo art show benefiting The Trevor Project at the Long Hall Gallery in West Hollywood’s Plummer Park. Admission is free.
Queer photography is all things masculine, feminine, non-binary and gender fluid. Round Hole Square Peg is an open call, juried photography exhibition conceived with the intent to question and acquire a new LGBTQ visual aesthetic for the 21st century. They are on the vanguard of creating the next wave of queer art.
The Long Hall gallery exhibition will present the entire Round Hole Square Peg competition and an expanded Wall of Fame, which will make the show one of the largest exhibitions of queer photographic art ever staged. DJ Paul V from Dragstrip 66 will be spinning throughout the opening night celebration. Event photos by Braden Summers Image + Motion, curator is Phil Tarley, with door host Sham Ibrahim. Refreshments courtesy of: Locali. Everyone is welcome.
Framed photographic artworks will available for raffle. Tickets can be purchased online or at the opening night reception. Raffle tickets are $10 each. Winners need not be present to win. Each photo art piece was donated by the artist to benefit the Trevor Project.
The exhibit is sponsored by the City of West Hollywood’s WeHo Arts program. The show is one of the largest queer group photography exhibitions ever staged. Juried from 100’s of photos submitted from 9 different countries. E