Andy Warhol Film Project: Queer Space

Mana Contemporary, 888 Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07306
Still from Haircut (No.1) (The End of Dawn)

Q&A with curator Claire K. Henry Tickets free with FMC Membership

"The infamous social space of Andy Warhol's factory stood in stark contrast to the strictly heteronormative and repressive outside world. The Factory was a space to embody and perform queerness. Warhol turned to film in part because he felt that, unlike the medium of silkscreen, it would enable him to reveal everything about his subjects: he and his performers could explore aspects of their queer selves openly."- Mana Contemporary

Showing films:

Haircut (No.1) (The End of Dawn)- Andy Warhol, 1963-64

My Hustler- Andy Warhol, 1965