Kapp Kapp presents Stanley Stellar: Night, Life, an exhibition of 24 vintage photographs documenting New York’s nightlife between 1981 – 1997 and celebrating the notion of community, which has been an essential element of queer survival through the last five decades. This marks the gallery’s second solo exhibition with the legendary street and studio photographer and marks Stellar’s first solo exhibition in New York City since 2011 and his first New York gallery exhibition since 1997. Gathering has long been entwined both with the festivity and politics of the LGBTQ community. From the Stonewall Riots and the foundations of the...
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