From Miss Rosen’s article for Blind Magazine:

Clamp in New York showcases a curated exhibition of queer portraiture over the past century that includes the work of George Platt Lynes, Nan Goldin, Meryl Meisler, and James Bidgood (1933–2022) — the revolutionary photographer and filmmaker who produced delectable spectacles of male beauty and desire at a time when homosexuality was still a crime.

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