A visual dialogue with LGBTQ+ changemakers

Pride Publics: Words and Actions is a multisite exhibition organized by ONE Archives Foundation and curated by Rubén Esparza. With 28 large-scale posters installed as wheatpaste in a public site, this exhibition stages a visual dialogue between historical and contemporary changemakers.

The exhibition examines themes central to LGBTQ + public life and highlights trailblazers and their visions. And it chronicles moments of multi-generational progress and community actions that contribute to the wellbeing and advancement of queer and trans life in the public realm.

¿LA PREGUNTA? (Taco Guillen)

Derrick Austin

Rocío Carlos

Cassils

Rick Castro

Ani Cooney

Patrisse Cullors

Durk Dehner

Angela Divina

Ramy El-Etreby

Raquel Gutierrez

Peter Kalisch

traci kato-kiriyama

Fernando Lopez

Jennifer Moon

Thinh Nguyen

Paul Outlaw

Pau S. Pescador

Rogelio Ramires

Marval A Rex

Jaklin Romine

Sheree Rose

Irene Suico Soriano

Joey Terrill

Jenevieve Ting

Imani Tolliver

C. Jerome Woods

Yozmit

Site #2, Los Angeles State Historic Park (Downtown LA): October 9 – 24

 

Location: The exhibition will be mounted the fence on the south end of the park, near the Welcome Center, facing the interior of the park. LA State Historic Park is open everyday from 8AM – sunset.

 

Opening Reception: Saturday October 9, 4PM – sunset. Public program featuring Pride Publics artists will be announced very soon.

two shirts, one white with pink shapes and black text; the other one is black tshirt with white text with names of artists for Pride Publics exhibition

We now have a special t-shirt collection dedicated to Pride Publics: Words and Actions. All tshirts were designed by our curator Rubén Esparza. Check them out in the ONE Archives Foundation web store.