Thursday 19 April – 7 May 2018
Radclyffe Hall, 2/2, 7 Newark Drive, Glasgow, G41 4QJ
From lesbian feminist graffiti on billboards across London to the crowded bathroom stalls of San Francisco dyke cafes, the spaces through which public lesbian identities emerged between the 1970s and the 1990s have been mythologised, misunderstood, and marginalised. By drawing on photography and ephemera from this period, group exhibition Deep Down Body Thirst examines contemporary resonances of these historical communities, which over the past three decades have been largely overlooked within mainstream gay movements.
Supported by Glasgow International.