This exhibition examines thirty years of inspiring and defiant safer sex and harm reduction activism through the collections at ONE Archives at the USC Libraries
In collaboration with The Museum of Contemporary Art and part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, this exhibition marks the first historical presentation of groundbreaking art, music, and performance from a network of queer Chicano artists in Southern California.
Die Kränken examines the history of gay motorcycle clubs in Southern California through a variety of multimedia and performative strategies
An exhibition of objects made by queer artists best known for their work in journalism, performance, film, and video
An exhibition celebrating the legacy of queer filmmaker Cheryl Dunye and the twentieth anniversary of her seminal film The Watermelon Woman
This exhibition explores notions of biomythography and non-traditional archiving through performance, photography, collage, video, and sound installation to collectively merge personal histories and recontextualized narratives to hold space for a queer, Black radical tradition
Drawing on Negro Spirituals that call for the end times, what Lamar calls Doom Spirituals, this installation at ONE Archives exhumes legacies of racial violence while longing for the forthcoming destruction of white supremacy
This exhibition brings together works by an intergenerational group of fifteen queer artists who explore the collaged page or the scrapbook with diverse, erotically inclined tactics
This exhibition examines the legacy of the nightclub known as FUCK!, a gritty liminal space oppositional to both the neighborhood’s largely men-only leather bars as well as the clean-cut bars of West Hollywood
This haunted house of freaky feminist skill sharing and paranormal consciousness-raising reanimates the archive of lesbian herstory with all its wonders and thorny complications. Expect horror.