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In keeping with Hauser & Wirth’s lez-sez-faire approach to culture, the multinational corpseoration – in an exemplum of cool – has lovingly invited Ridykeulous to curehate its first confetti filled gay pride celezbration ever! ? And we, in turn, invite you to pull up a bean bag and relax into this bold, brash stream of brilliance/high-risk initiative, for which H+W is suspiciously and thankfully enthusiastic!
Featured artists include: Mickey Aloisio, Qais Assali, Charles Atlas, My Barbarian, Morgan Bassichis & Sasha Wortzel, Meriem Bennani & Orian Barki, The Divine David, Zackary Drucker, Miguel Gutierrez, K8 Hardy, Young Joon Kwak, Christopher Richmond, & Xina Xurner, Regina José Galindo, Kyli Kleven, Lily Marotta, Ryan McNamara, Tabita Rezaire, Jacolby Satterwhite, and Paul Mpagi Sepuya.
Times Square S.C.U.M. MANifesto
(Nicole Eisenman + A.L. Steiner)
The screening will run throughout the day from July 2 – 30. Each of the artists will be paid generous artist fees of $666 by Hauser & Wirth for their contribution. This is real. This ‘Queer initiative’ collaborative dream-child is brought to you by Our Love of Queer Video in collaboration with the Director of Non-Heteropatriarchal Concerns @ Hauser & Wirth International Space Station Incorporated’s Multi-Media Sector of Conglamorous Oscillating Global Steakholders, Shareholders, and CEOrls.
This ‘Queer initiative’ collaborative dream-child is brought to you by Our Love of Queer Video in collaboration with the Director of Non-Heteropatriarchal Concerns @ Hauser & Wirth International Space Station Incorporated’s Multi-Media Sector of Conglamorous Oscillating Global Steakholders, Shareholders, and CEOrls.
Artists Nicole Eisenman and A.L. Steiner form the curatorial initiative Ridykeulous (joined here by guest-dyke Sam Roeck). Founded in 2005, Ridykeulous mounts exhibitions and events primarily concerned with queer and feminist art. Using humor to critique the art world as well as culture at large, Ridykeulous often reinvents language to reflect their sensibilities and concerns as well as writes angry letters and diatribes across various media.
On View in New York
The gallery at 542 West 22nd Street is open to the public Monday to Friday, 10 am to 6 pm. In line with New York State’s newest COVID-19 guidelines, we are now open at full capacity with our safety protocols in place: masks are required, and social distancing is encouraged.