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22nd July 2022, 3:56 pm

Thursday, 21st July

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SILVIA PRADA Untitled (#7 from Tom), 2017, Graphite on paper, 14.13″ x 11.13″, AllTogether, 2022, Courtesy of the artist.


AllTogether Catalogue Release Party at 154 Scott Avenue, Brooklyn

AllTogether, a now-closed group exhibition including works by over 70 LGBTQ artists from the Tom of Finland Foundation‘s permanent collection, lives on in the catalogue for which this party is organized. Divided into two presentations (one in Venice, the other just outside of Paris), the shows covered the waterfront of homoeroticism and the male form, as well as a gung-ho machismo that now reads as anachronistic (and totally hot!).

The event celebrating the publication is hosted by catalogue contributor Michael Bullock of Pin-Up magazine, and participating artists Gio Black Peter and Silvia Prada, who will also be DJing. The hefty catalogue proves that some of the show’s artists were clearly Tom of Finland disciples. His influence was more subdued in others. But it would be hard to find a gay artist who isn’t in some form a descendent, as so many rivulets trace back to his source.

Location: 99 Scott Avenue, near Jefferson L stop, Brooklyn
Price: Free with RSVP
Time: 8–10p







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“AllTogether” catalogue

    The AllTogether exhibition catalogue includes a preface by co-curator Sini Rinne-Kanto entitled “How to survive in the memory? Writing down stories from the largest erotic art collection in the world”; an essay by Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou on the history of erotic art entitled “Tom of Finland Foundation, a safe house for… View Article
Catalogue 500

“AllTogether” | Silvia Prada, Simon Haas, Slava Mogutin and Stuart Sandford

    AllTogether features artists from the Tom of Finland Foundation collections.   SILVIA PRADA (B. 1969, Spanish) Silvia Prada is an artist whose figurative drawings celebrate Gay iconography and popular culture. Her work as an illustrator and decorative artist has been described as monochromatic and geometric documentation of pop culture. In collaboration with Tom… View Article

Published: 22nd July 2022

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