Thursday, October 18, 2007

Love, Sex and Metaphor: A Queer Gaze

What makes a picture queer? What happens to a painting when confronted with the private (queer) imagination? Sadie Lee, artist, and Shaun Levin, writer and editor of Chroma Journal, explore the portraits they fancy and the paintings that inspire them.

For the second time this year, artist Sadie Lee and writer Shaun Levin reveal the queer histories behind the Gallery's portraits on this guided tour.

Love, Sex and Metaphor: A Queer Gaze
Thursday 1 November 2007, 19:00
National Portrait Gallery, London

This very popular event is free, but tickets are required on the night on a first come, first served basis. To book ticketed events call 020 7306 0055.

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