These copyrighted images are
provided by artists participating in the Festival and Tom of Finland Foundation. They hint at the wide variety
of art, books and performances to be seen at TOM House throughout the weekend.
Click the thumbnails below to view hiqh-quality versions of the artist samples, or visit links to their official Websites.
You will find the latest information and updates
on the Fair HERE.
- Straight to Hell
Bruce La Bruce
Aaron Jay Young
Mei Xian Qiu
Antonio Lopez Bettin Rheims Bjarne Melgaard Bob Mizer Butt Magazine
David Armstrong Don Bachardy Eduardo Santiago Edward Albee Georg Meyer-Wiel
George Quaintance Henning von Berg Hugh Holland James Bidgood Jean-Baptiste Huong
Jeff Palmer Jeremy Kost Jim French John Waters Justin Sayre
Manuel Moncayo Mark Henderson Mark Thompson Matt Lambert Michael Broderick
Olaf Oscar Wilde Patrick Fillion Putinki Rick Day
Robert W. Richards Ryan McGinley Silvia Prada Slava Mogutin Steve Macisacc
Stuart Sandford The Hun The Laboratory Arts Collective Tom Bianchi Zanele Muholi
ARTFAIR - Saturday Night
by STUART SANDFORD
Organizer & Host
Steven Reigns is the first City Poet of West Hollywood, author of numerous poetry collections, and has taught around the country to LGBT youth and people living with HIV. Currently he is touring The Gay Rub, an exhibition of rubbings from LGBT landmarks.
Eduardo Santiago’s first novel Tomorrow They Will Kiss won the Latino Book Award for Best Historical Novel. His
next book, Midnight Rumba, won the New England Book Award - Best Fiction. Santiago currently teaches at Mt. San Jacinto College, and is the founder of the Idyllwild Authors Series.
Justin Sayre, writer and host of The Meeting of the International Order of Sodomites was called one of LA’s 16 Most Talented LGBT Comics by Frontiers Magazine and described by Michael Musto as “Oscar Wilde meets Whoopi Goldberg.”
Anna Joy Springer, is a cross-genre writer who investigates the intersection of sacredness, perversity, and interbeing. She is the author of The Vicious Red Relic, Love and The Birdwisher. An Associate Professor of Literature at UC San Diego and Director of its MFA Program, she teaches experimental writing, feminist literature & graphic texts.
“I know my little ‘dirty drawings’ are never going
to hang in the main salons of the Louvre, but it would be nice if
— I would like to say ‘when,’ but I better say ‘if’
— our world learns to accept all the different ways of loving.
Then maybe I could have a place in one of the smaller side rooms.”
Tom of Finland