Amos Eno Gallery

56 Bogart St, Brooklyn, NY 11206

Phone: 718-237-3001

Open: Thu-Sun, 12-6PM

Dear Friends and Supporters!

If you are in the area, please come to the opening of Criminalize This! tonight in Brooklyn, curated by the amazing Mary Gagler and Lorenzo Triburgo.


Opening reception: July 12, 7-9PM

Letter-Writing: July 20, 1-3PM

Zine-Making: July 21, 3-5PM

Closing performances: July 26, 7-8:30PM

I have one previously un-exhibited image in the exhibition (explicit, not good for kids) from 1999 that was created in New York City. Title: The Skirt Chaser, uncensored version, Nr, I. Want to see it? Stop by the Gallery for a three dimensional treat in a newly designed stereoscope that uses glass lenses and is 3-D printed as one object.

More about the exhibition....
Connections between the direct and indirect consequences of gender policing among the artworks in CRIMINALIZE THIS!demonstrate the scaffolding that ultimately supports oppression on a grand scale. For the duration of this show, the gallery is a site for persistence, desire, and the community of resistance.  

Featuring works by:
Maryamsadat Amirvaghefi, Garth Amundson & Pierre Gour, Kyle Anderson, David Andersson, Elise Askonas, Nomi Beesen, Laura Boban, Julia Bradshaw, Jessica Burke, Keith Buswell, Mack Carlisle, Deric Carner, William Chambers, Sarawut Chutiwongpeti, Mia Cinelli, Peter Clough, Mary Cobb, Robyn Day, Jesse Egner, Jason Elizondo, James Falciano, Jon Feinstein, Lila Freeman, Guta Galli & Aaron Wilder, Ebenezer Galluzzo, Nicole Gamboa, Lindsay Garcia, Robert Gordon, Julie Green, Rebecca Hackemann, Ryan Halliwill, Vanessa Haney, James Horner, J Houston, Rainn Jackson, Axel Jenson, Everett Kane, Ann Kaplan, Brittany Knapp, Vaughan Larsen, Christopher Lineberry, Billi London-Gray, Jordan McGirk, Charlie J. Meyers, Sara Minsky, Slava Mogutin, Andrew Norris, Marc Ohrem-Leclef, Stephanie Paine, Julie Rae Powers, Vick Quezada, Kyle Quinn, Rowan Renee, Marval Rex, Gabriel Garcia Roman, Alex Dolores Salerno & Francisco Eraso Jr., Benjamin Saulnier, Pastor Isaac Scott, Rafael Soldi, Clark Stoeckley, Billie Stultz, Rebecca Jean Sutton, Ilona Szwarc, June T Sanders, Britt Thomas, Alan Vincent, Jan Wandrag, Sadie Wechsler, Kaylee Weyrauch, Milo Wissig, Guy Woodard, and Xue Zheng.


Mary Gagler is a Brooklyn-based independent curator and director of Amos Eno Gallery.

Lorenzo Triburgo is a Brooklyn-based multimedia artist, activist, and educator whose practice encompasses performance, photography, video and audio.

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