QUEER FROM ZERO TO ONE HUNDRED AT TNC GALLERY
NEW YORK CITY celebrates Gay Pride month without restraint. TNC Gallery at 155 First Avenue exhibits more than 200 works by nine more or less gay and queer artists. Featuring work by Scooter LaForge, Johnny Rozsa and Pete Hocking, it opens raucously with legendary DJ Miss Guy, on June 21 from 6-9.
"Queer from Zero to One Hundred" celebrates art made by artists who coincidentally self-identify as Gay or Queer or Lesbian or Bisexual or Bi-curious or Transsexual or Assexual. TNC Gallery is one of the largest, oldest -- and bravest-- of alternative galleries in lower Manhattan. The exhibit on the walls and ceiling runs through August 9, 2011.