By Marie Quinn
Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 02/11/2020- Wanting to see the latest in queer photography? Then head over to the Long Hall Gallery in the middle of Plummer Park starting now until March 4th 2020. That’s where you can view the biennial international survey of queer photography known as Round Hole Square Peg. Thanks to support from of the City of West Hollywood you have the chance to see over 50 queer photographers showcasing a wide array of subjects, from the mild to the wild.
Opening night was this past Saturday February 8th and it was an event not only meant to showcase this unique art, but also to help raise funds for the Trevor Project and the ONE Archives Foundation via an auction of donated works from various artists. In front of a crowded gallery comedian Deven Green and Phil Tarley who curated Round Hole Square Peg led the auction with naughty jokes and deep back stories. You have the next four weeks to go view this truly queer positive exhibition that you can only view every two years!
Round Hole Square Peg 4 is free to the public and runs from February 8th to March 4th at the Long Hall Gallery in Plummer Park, West Hollywood, CA. Check out RoundHoleSquarePeg4.com for more details and images from past Round Hole Square Peg exhibitions.