BRUCE(X)PLOITATION Signing

BRUCE(X)PLOITATION Signing

Bruce LaBruce takes over The Hole with bloodied x-rated zombie extravaganza in the gallery and a book signing in the shop.  

The Canadian artist, photographer, film maker and gay porn director Bruce LaBruce (www.brucelabruce.com) will be in town long enough to create a gory Polaroid performance piece at The Hole and promote his latest book: Bruce(X)ploitation, a collection of unpublihsed Polaroids.
Bruce LaBruce Bruce(X)Ploitation Book Signing
May 31st, 2012 8-10pm

BRUBRUCE LABRUCE (b. 1964, Canada). Bruce LaBruce’s photographs and films have been exhibited internationally, including numerous world premiers at the Sundance, Berlin and Locarno Film Festivals. LaBruce has written and directed three theatrical productions, the most recent, Macho Family Romance (2009), commissioned by Theater Neumarkt in Zurich. LaBruce was a contributing editor and frequent writer and photographer for New York’s index magazine, and he has also been a contributor to Eye andExclaim magazines, ViceHoncho, Inches, Butt, Dazed and Confused, Tetu, Fake, Attitude, Blend, Tokion, Purple Fashion, and The National Post, among others. He currently writes a weekly column for Vice. He has directed a number of popular music videos in Canada, two of which won him MuchMusic video awards. LaBruce’s recent solo shows include Untitled Hardcore Zombie Project, Peres Projects, Los Angeles (2009), andObscenity, a controversial exhibit of new photographs at La Fresh Gallery in Madrid in February, 2012. His 2010 film starring Francois Sagat, L.A. Zombie, premiered as an installation entitled L.A. Zombie: The Movie That Would Not Die at Peres Projects, Berlin in 2010. Other noteworthy solo exhibitions have been held at Alleged Gallery, New York; the Pitt Gallery, Vancouver; MC MAGMA, Milan; Bailey Fine Arts Gallery, Toronto; John Connelly Presents, New York; Gallery 1313, Toronto; Antigua Casa Haiku Gallery, Barcelona, and Gallery Wrong Weather, Porto, Portugal. Last year LaBruce directed a restaging of Schoenberg’s melodrama Pierrot Lunaire at the Hau Theater in Berlin.

 



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