Over the course of two days, the 12 hour event will feature discussions and live entertainment with over 50 guests, ranging from activists, non-profit organizations, political leaders, artists, musicians, drag queens and comedians.
The exhibition consists of Sandford’s Polaroid suite 1421 Laveta Terrace, snap shots of his personal experiences and atmosphere at Tom of Finland Foundation taken during his time as artist-in-residence there and serving as an homage to Tom.
As of 11th May, Fotografiska Tallinn’s doors have been reopened to visitors seven days a week. It is also possible to book a visit to Fotografiska in advance so that everyone can visit the exhibitions safely.
Tom of Finland is credited with helping increase the visibility of Black gay male subjectivity throughout the final quarter of the 20th century. Critics point to this artistic period as his most overtly political statement on race.
“I collect many types of art, but drawings have always been a passion,” said Jonathan Anderson about his inspiration for the capsule. “And as a gay man and a designer, Tom of Finland has always fascinated me.
Former Artist-in-Residence Jordan Michael Green is back home at TOM House with a new mini web series. The series is filled with art, kink, and all the fun things it takes to navigate through the city of LA.
Published for the occasion of the centenary of Tom’s birth, this new book sheds light on his private life and his art in an entertaining and amusing manner, in the spirit of his joyful and pleasureful artworks.
Last Sunday on Daddy's Day we traditionally have held TOM's Bar.This year, please remember Tom, all the good times we have had together, and make this an occasion to support his Foundation by making a donation or becoming a member.