Photos from “Turnon: Tattoos” at Munch Gallery

Posted by The G on June 28, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

Various Artists.

Turnon Tattoos

Turnon: Tattoos. Out Now!

Ignite Licensing sure knows how to throw a party!  To celebrate the book “Turnon: Tattoos,” the Munch Gallery in New York had a one night only gala reception, book signing and art exhibit featuring the work of Michael Alago, Isauro Cairo, Walt Cessna, Aaron Corbett, Joan Crisol, Scooter LaForge, Ves Pitts and Wilsonmodels.  Does it get any better than being in the same room as Chad Ferro and Scooter LaForge at the same time?  Doubtful.  Enjoy some photos from this amazing night after the jump.  There might be some gay male nudity in one of the pictures, but it’s legal now so you don’t have to worry about breaking any laws.  But if you still have a closed mind, don’t say I didn’t warn you.   Also you can see some hotties you are now legally allowed to marry in the state of New York – subject to availability, of course.

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QUEER: FROM ZERO TO A HUNDRED at Theater For The New City

Posted by The G on June 22, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

Scooter LaForge

Scooter LaForge

What a scene!  The opening night gala reception for the art exhibit “QUEER: FROM ZERO TO A HUNDRED” at the Theater for the New City in New York was insanely fun.  The exhibit features works from Scooter LaForge, Johnny Rozsa, Aaron Miller, Barnaby Whitfield, Pete Hocking, Julie Smith, Peter J. Ketchum, Ricky Longo-Burrows and Tracy Phillips.  The space is enormous, the art is great and the artists are so talented.  The Toilet Boys’ Miss Guy was spinning tunes all night and Johnny Rozsa and Scooter LaForge met fans and signed copies of their latest books “Untouched” (by Johnny Rozsa) and “Scooter LaForge” (by Scooter LaForge).  The reception was so crowded, I will have to go back to get a better look at the art.  In the meanwhile, please enjoy a few party pix.  Good news for all of us, the exhibit runs until August 9, 2011, so don’t miss it!  Theater for the New City is located at 155 1st Avenue in New York.

Johnny Rozsa

Johnny Rozsa

See a few party photos after the jump.

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