Sholem Krishtalka:

“A lot of the Pride-related exhibitions are an excuse to assemble a bunch of gay artists without any kind of curatorial thought…. I know my thinking about this is not in sync with what a lot of gay people might want to see at a Pride show,” he adds. “But I’m fine with that. I’m not attempting to create an inclusive vision of the queer community in this exhibition. I find that approach so patronizing. I’m arguing that we need to think more critically about what our community is and should be.”

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