Stonewall at 50: Has LGBTQIA+ culture been normalized?

Ed Winkleman

Ahead of their participation in Art Basel's Conversations program, AA Bronson, Stuart Comer, Sharmistha Ray, and Carlos Motta debate the issue with Ed Winkleman


Left: Carlos Motta, THE PSALMS - Monstrum triceps capite vulpis, draconis, & aquilae, 2018. Courtesy of mor charpentier, Paris. Right: Carlos Motta, THE PSALMS - Figure of a man with an elephant head, 2018, Courtesy of mor charpentier, Paris.
Left: Carlos Motta, THE PSALMS - Monstrum triceps capite vulpis, draconis, & aquilae, 2018. Courtesy of mor charpentier, Paris. Right: Carlos Motta, THE PSALMS - Figure of a man with an elephant head, 2018, Courtesy of mor charpentier, Paris.
AA Bronson and Bradford Kessler, Return of the Prodigal Son, 2012. Courtesy of Esther Schipper Gallery, Berlin.
AA Bronson and Bradford Kessler, Return of the Prodigal Son, 2012. Courtesy of Esther Schipper Gallery, Berlin.
AA Bronson, White Flag #8, 2015. Courtesy of Esther Schipper, Berlin.
AA Bronson, White Flag #8, 2015. Courtesy of Esther Schipper, Berlin.
Sharmistha Ray, Cosmic Earth No. 1-7 (Chapters of the Day/The Original S.F. Pride Flag by G.B. ’78/Kundalini-Tantra), 2018.
Sharmistha Ray, Cosmic Earth No. 1-7 (Chapters of the Day/The Original S.F. Pride Flag by G.B. ’78/Kundalini-Tantra), 2018.