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Past Exhibitions

Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A.

On: Sep 9 - Dec 31 2017 at: -
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: Sprayed with Tears

On: Feb 11 - Apr 29 2017 at: -
Die Kränken examines the history of gay motorcycle clubs in Southern California through a variety of multimedia and performative strategies

A Subtle Likeness

On: Sep 3 - Dec 22 2016 at: -
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

FUCK! Loss, desire, pleasure

On: Jan 29 - Mar 19 2016 at: -
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

Art AIDS America

On: Jun 6 - Sep 6 2015 at: -
Art AIDS America examines 30 years of artistic production made in response to the AIDS epidemic in the United States

Dress Codes: Chuck Arnett & Sheree Rose

On: Apr 18 - May 17 2015 at: -
Dress Codes highlights two recent donations to the collections at ONE Archives at the USC Libraries: paintings, drawings, and ephemera by San Francisco artist Chuck Arnett, and photographs and video by Los Angeles performance artist Sheree Rose.


On: Sep 20 2014 - Jan 11 2015 at: -
Organized by New York-based artist Conrad Ventur, MONTEZLAND presents an expanded portrait of the legendary pre-Stonewall drag performer Mario Montez (1935-2013)

The Classical Nude and the Making of Queer History

On: Jul 29 - Sep 7 2014 at: -
The Classical Nude and the Making of Queer History investigates how the visual iconography of Greco-Roman culture has acted as a recurring touchstone in the development of same-sex representation