“Cruising the Archive: Rare Looks” closes Saturday, June 23rd
June 20, 2012
Cruising the Archive: Rare Looks will close this Saturday, June 23, 2012. If you have put off seeing the PST exhibition until now, this is your last chance to see part of ONE’s Cruising the Archive: Queer Art and Culture in Los Angeles, 1945-1980!
Over the summer the gallery space at 909 West Adams will be used to sort and process a newly acquired collection, totaling some 200-300 boxes of material (wow!), that will be arriving at ONE next week. In the Fall ONE will open a new exhibition at 909 West Adams in conjunction with it’s 60th anniversary. Be on the look out for information on that and other exciting 60th programing at the archives.
If you are looking to see other exhibitions organized by ONE, Let Your Body In at the ONE Archives Gallery & Museum will be on view through July 1st, Defiant Spaces: 60 Years of Queer Organizations in L.A. at the Los Angeles City Hall will be on view through July 5th, and Catherine Lord’s installation To Whom It May Concern will remain on view through the Summer.
Images: Sister Corita Kent, E eye love, 1968. Serigraph, 22 3⁄4 x 22 3⁄4 inches. Morris Kight Collection. ONE Archives. Courtesy of the Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles; Installation shot of Cruising the Archive: Rare Looks, part of the three-part exhibition Cruising the Archive: Queer Art and Culture in Los Angeles, 1945-1980. Photo by Christine Hahn, 2012