Heute (20.3.2014) startet im Barbie Deinhoffs in Berlin eine Gay Streetart Ausstellung.
Via dem FB-Event:

thursday, 20 march 2014
8 pm

at Barbie Deinhoff´s
(Schlesische Str. 16 — Berlin Kreuzberg)

and Kunst-spaeti Schlesische Neunzehn
(Schlesische Str. 19 — Berlin Kreuzberg)

+ music by DJ Timo (Pop und Trash)
starting 10 pm

gay.edge.liberation started in 2007. The project’s goal was addressing and fighting homophobia occurring in punk and hardcore subculture. The projects include the „Love Hardcore Hate Homophobia“ logo as well as miscellaneous flyer campaigns, several interviews, articles in fanzines and respective music magazines. The logo spread worldwide and can be found on concert flyers, record covers and t-shirts among other things.

gay.edge.liberation released the „Rotten Schwuchtel Sampler“ in 2008; the first German release of anti-homophobia songs. These are mostly German punk and hardcore bands.

gay.edge.liberation designed its own first stencils in 2011, depicting themes, such as homosexuality and religious criticisms. These stencils were inspired by the great number of street artists that are found in Germany. In order to emphasise the images, texts and labels are combined to bring out the significance of the work and support its ideas. The works criticise existing living conditions as well as specific people. They make you think, are shocking, exhilarating and provocative.

gay street art istn´t very popular in Germany so the stencils get sprayed over quickly. Luckily gay.edge.liberation got some attention and was part of a group queer art exhibition in 2012, had his first solo exhibition in 2013 and is part of the 2013 released book and calender „Streetart in Germany“.