Saturday, June 30, 2007

Trans Photo Art Exhibit

Me and many of my Transgender girlfriends were thrilled to be attending the premiere opening reception for an exhibit of photographic art on Friday evening, June 1st at the PEP (Pink Elephant Projects) Gallery in the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn. We were excited because there were photos of ourselves hanging in the gallery accentuating our modeling talents! Three Lincoln Town cars were sent to tour apartment in Manhattan to bring us to there and back. The exhibit was a solo show titled “Women et Homme” and showcased candid photographs of Trans women and Cross-Dressers at our Wednesday evening socials and at a nearby bar in Times Square. The talented artistic photographer was Evan Schwartz. Evan is very glad to have a solo showing of his work featuring unique photos of models like ourselves. Those who attended the opening had a wonderful time as our presence at the event was very much appreciated. We met many great people, had wine and Brooklyn-brewed beer and also attended the opening show party next door at a retro antique gallery called Re*Pop.

Photos: Evan Schwartz with Clover Honey. Linda, Clover Honey and Rita Petite outside