Snout Chasers Descend on RuPaul’s DragCon 2022 for First “Where’s MX Qwerrrk???” IRL Wild Gameplay (pics)
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After a two-year absence, due to the “pon de replay“, RuPaul’s DragCon returned with tons of glitter queens, glam fans, cool kids…and thee iconic swinepiece herself, Mx Qwerrrk.

For the first time evaaah, fans participated in the Where’s Mx Qwerrrk??? IRL game, with a chance to step their piggy up, and win a sickening RPDR/WOW merch pack, VIP event tickets, and more! Check […]

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Andy Warhol: Photo Factory Exhibition

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The incredibly comprehensive survey of Warhol’s photographic oeuvre, Andy Warhol: Photo Factory, opens at Fotografiska New York.

Over 120 images, 20 of which have never been exhibited, pay homage to Warhol’s iconic New York City studio and offer a distinctly intimate visual diary of the artist’s life and work.

Warhol’s earliest photographic works will be presented, offering a glimpse into his experimentation with the medium and how it served as a catalyst for his early silkscreen paintings, commissioned portraits, and commercial work.

The text for Andy Warhol: Photo Factory is authored by curator, writer, and photography critic, Vince Aletti, who shares:

Warhol was as restless as he was relentless and shortly after he took up film, he picked up his own cameras: Polaroids and nifty little point-and-shoots. All of Warhol’s silk-screened and painted portraits, both commissioned and otherwise, were based on his Polaroids. His sitters included an ever-changing pantheon of pop celebrities, from Dolly Parton to Keith Haring, Jane Fonda to Pele, as well as a gaggle of New York drag queens and a host of pretty boys only too happy to take their clothes off for the camera.

Fotografiska, 281 Park Ave South at 22nd St., NYC, 212-433-FOTO, September 10, 2021-January 30, 2022, Info & Tix HERE

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