Georges Tony Stoll’s Gayhouse

Georges Tony Stoll’s Gayhouse
Author: Georges Tony Stoll
Publisher: Gayhouse
Language: -
Pages: -
Size: 21 x 29.7 cm
Weight: 200 g
Binding: Softcover
Availability: In stock
Price: €27.00
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GAYHOUSE is a graphic and visual journal, published 3 times a year, who invites artists and designers to expose their personal, singular and affirmative view of the gay identity—either it may be merry, poetical, worried, ironic, humorous, pornographic, discreet…

Investing the journal is like inhabiting a house. The guest chooses the layout, the decoration, and the acquaintances. It will be, in the end, the image of his world.

Through its title, the journal proclaims its attachment to gay identity: A homosexual identity that asserts itself without shame, while questioning its relevance. It seizes this name, from now on recognizable by the majority, to spread strong and unique affirmations linked to art and identity.

For its 3rd issue GAYHOUSE invites GEORGES TONY STOLL.
The French artist has chosen to present a selection of 28 black and white photographs he made in 2010 and 2011. On the occasion of the publishing of the journal and at the same time as the exhibition (M)other India, dedicated to the young Indian art scene, 10 black and white photographs by Georges Tony Stoll will be presented at the Project Room of the galerie du jour agnès b.

In his art work, Georges Tony Stoll uses simple manoeuvres. Positioning bodies, objects or shapes in spaces made enigmatic by their framing, he produces pieces of fiction presented in a random fashion. So he tends not to tell a particular story, but rather to show moments in an adventure.

Between the here and elsewhere, these two exhibitions are an invitation to embark on a hallucinatory journey, drawing the gaze towards foreign territories in the unfettered movement of the world’s inspiration.