For the first time in 50 years, New York City will not hold its annual Pride Parade next month. Shuttered by the pandemic, the celebration must go on in the virtual form, taking place via broadcast instead. Even as we yearn for days before the coronavirus and await a safe return to our daily lives, we continue our tradition of commemorating the LGBTQ movement throughout June. So too does Edouard Taufenbach in his series Speculaire, transforming vernacular photographs of queer life across the years into cinematic narratives in the present tense. On view online at Elizabeth Houston Gallery from June...
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