International Art Fair focuses on current moments in LGBTQ art and culture.
BY VICTOR MELAMED
QUEER Biennial Collective has announced the second installment of their international arts and performance event: “QUEER Biennial II, Yooth: Loss and Found.”
The program will look closely at how the AIDS epidemic influenced artists that came of age during the 1980-90s and will explore potential bridges or connections to how a new generation of artists reflect on or deflect from this lineage within queer history.
Queer Biennial is an international survey focusing on current moments in out/queer LGBTQ art and culture and will showcase emerging, mid-career, and established artists. Featured work includes installation, lm, live performance, and historical documentation.
Participating artists include Daphne Von Rey, Enrique Castrejon, Bruce LaBruce, Joey Terrill, Daniel Hellmann, Simone Aughterlony, Antonija Livingstone, Hahn Rowe and others.
The International Art Fair: QUEER Biennial II, Yooth: Loss and Found takes June 4–June 26, 2016 at various venues throughout Los Angeles. For more info visit www.queerbiennial.com.