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Fine Arts Alum Cupid Ojala to Feature in Group Show at Leslie-Lohman Project Space

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Image: Branden Wallace, ‘Kendall’, 2017, C-Print, 14 x 11 in./Cupid Ojala, ‘White Armful #4’, 2015, C-Print, 17 x 11 in. (Sculptures in photo: Ernesto Pujol, ‘Intimate Body Parts’, 1995-1997, Clay and pigment.) Courtesy the artists.

Queer Comfort: Secret Room

Leslie-Lohman Project Space

Opening Reception: April 6, 2018, 6—8 PM

April 7—8, 2018

127-B Prince Street

New York, NY 11225

This work invites the public into an intimate space that explores what we as queers do to comfort ourselves and others. Branden Wallace shares sculptures that are based in eliciting comfort within craft techniques. Cupid Ojala presents photographs of a fantasy space that facilitate a soothing ritual of private selection.

Find out more about the exhibition here, and more about Cupid Ojala here.

Be sure to check out the review that Ojala received on Vulture.com about a recent show at Art During the Occupation Gallery in Bushwick as well!

 

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