Stanley Stellar’s Photographs and Kurt Prynne’s Jockstrap as History of Art

Kurt Prynne is proud to commemorate Berlin’s CSD week with the work of one of the most significant photographers of LGTBQ+ history, both past, and present: Stanley Stellar (b. 1945, Brooklyn, NY). His work is a celebration and exploration of the many facets of queer life. Through his lens we are witness to some of the most important events and eras of our history: from the Stonewall riots of 1969 to the Gay Liberation movement, the Christopher Street Piers in the West Village, the first Gay Pride Parades, and the realities of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and much more. In his recent works, Stanley Stellar decided to include Kurt Prynne’s collection during a photo shoot in his studio in New York City. He comments, “I like to be inspired by other creative people and I like how classic/contemporary the black jockstrap comes across. Kurt’s jockstrap is so timeless. It’s been designed to resonate with the classic history of art”.


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