Open call for LGBTH Artists and Researchers

This exhibition presents sexual diversity as something universal to all cultures, it has been created for young people between
the ages of 12 and 20, so they can understand that there is a wide range
of options for their sexual life both now and trough their lives. It
contains an appreciation of multiple legacies of Human Experience in
different times and places.

Amor Universal Love will present photographic works, publications, film and objects, and will tour public
libraries, schools and educational venues in Europe.

Active participation in the social Imaginarium of each collectivity has
enormous bearing on the manner in which its existence is played out and
its validity upheld, thus providing meaningful cultural perceptions
about each groups co existential roles. . At present, there have been
few visible cultural manifestations attesting to a meaningful
participation of the GLBTH community in our countrys daily public life.
In the realm of cultural products, it is difficult to encounter specific
manifestations of the dynamics of the members of the GLBTH
community-namely, symbols and expressions of the creativity, the
lifestyle, ideas and experiences inherent to this particular milieu.

Some Artists on the exhibit are
David Wojnarovic, Dennis Cooper, Barbra Hammer, Mariette Pathy Allen, Carlos Gutierrez-Solana, Jorge Veras,
Santiago Echeverry, Sandra Rengifo, Mujeres al
Borde, among others
This project has been supported by The LGBT Center New York, NYU Fales Library, Visual Aids, Artehoy Foundation and
Algo Bueno Barcelona

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