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Marie Høeg Meets Klara Lidén

On: Feb 21 - Jun 28 2014 at: -
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives presents the Norwegian artist run platform FRANK, directed by Liv Bugge and Sille Storihle, and the exhibition Marie Høeg Meets Klara Lidén.

Art & Physique Circa Bob & Tom

On: Nov 9 2013 - Jan 6 2014 at: -
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives presents Art & Physique Circa Bob & Tom at the ONE Gallery in West Hollywood, an exhibition exploring the social and historical context surrounding erotic art and physique photography during the 1940s, 50s and 60s on the occasion of the Museum of Contemporary Art’s retrospective Bob Mizer & Tom of Finland.

Caroline May: The Killing Pictures and Other Works

On: Oct 26 2013 - Jan 25 2014 at: -
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives in collaboration with Artist Curated Projects (ACP) presents Caroline May: The Killing Pictures and Other Works, the first solo exhibition of British/Greek artist Caroline May in the United States.

reclaim:pride

On: Jun 8 - 9 2013 at: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
ONE Archives is excited to collaborate with RECAPS Magazine to infiltrate (by invitation) the upcoming Los Angeles Christopher Street West Pride Festival as part of festival’s exhibition Momentum.

Trade Secrets

On: Mar 28 2013 | 12am - Aug 4 2013 | 12am
The Small Collections Room displays rare archive materials from ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives in Los Angeles. Founded in 1952, ONE is the oldest collection of its kind in the world and the oldest archive LGBTQ organization in the US.

Queers Print

On: Feb 2 - Mar 31 2013 at: -
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives celebrates its 60th Anniversary with Queers Print at the ONE Archives Gallery & Museum in West Hollywood, an exhibition exploring LGBTQ publishing and activism in Los Angeles.

Steven Arnold: Cabinet of Curiosities

On: Oct 27 2012 - Jan 13 2013 at: -
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives presents Steven Arnold: Cabinet of Curiosities, a retrospective exhibition of this groundbreaking yet under-recognized queer artist