Modern, contemporary art gallery with an emphasis on queer, underrepresented, and emerging art and artists.
Schlomer Haus is thrilled to present Lanee Bird’s first solo show, SKINTIGHT.
Lanee Bird is an indigenous queer photographer based in Los Angeles. Through her photography, she reveals the intersections of fine art, fashion and fetishism.
January 20 - March 18, 2023
A new solo show by artist Colin J. Radcliffe highlighting recent works in ceramic. There are autobiographical figures, phones with intimate texts, popper bottles, and condoms with pithy sayings - all crafted in a playful style with bold colors. Together, they chronicle modern Queer love.
Select work remains on view.
Schlomer Haus Gallery Presents Group Show “Photo Realness: The Queer Aesthetics of Photography”
Featuring: Zackary Drucker, Clifford Prince King, Matt Lipps, Alec Marchant, Joe Sinness, and Suzanne Wright. Curated by Christopher Tradowsky.
Selected work remains on view in the gallery.
Jun Yang's paintings are soulful portraits in unexpected colors using bold scale mixed with delicate layering. This tension creates experiences both joyful and contemplative.
Selected pieces remain on view in the gallery.
While at the San Francisco Art Institute, Chloe Sherman began documenting a generation of young self-identified Queers. This community became family as she captured their creativity, pride, and strident defiance of cultural norms.
Selected photographs remain on view in the gallery.
Get to know the pop stars, video game characters, and drag queens behind Kevin Sabo’s new solo show "Who is she?" Sabo’s colorful and gestural paintings explore the turbulence of his own mental health and the spells of sadness mixed with spurts of pure joy. Selected work remains on view in the gallery.
Psychosomatic is photographer Kostis Fokas' personal journey connected to human existence and experience. This series looks at and investigates the complexities of gender, sexuality, and identity through pictorial representations of the human body.
The six artists in this group exhibition explore the dynamic ways queer artists subvert the heteronormative gaze. The queer gaze and queer visibility are conveyed in diverse mediums, through abstract and figurative subject matter, and shared subcultural signifiers, making the unseen seen.
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