Press Feature – The New Yorker

Fire Island in the seventies holds a special place in the gay-male mythos, but the crowd was mixed, and Meisler’s pictures pay attention to women as well as to men, the old as well as the young, to the queens posing in drag and the nudists lounging (or, in one impressive case, meditating in a yogic headstand) in the buff. The impression is one of comfort and contentment, everyone feeling good to be himself together in what Meisler calls “a little Eden off of Long Island.”
Full New Yorker article
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Exhibits & Events

I Scream You Scream – group exhibit
Robert Mann Gallery

525 West 26th St., NYC, NY 10001
Exhibit through  August 30, 2017

Fractured Union – group exhibit
In Case Art Projects @ Brooklyn Fire Proof

119 Ingraham Street, Brooklyn NY
Exhibit through August 2017

TREMORS – group exhibit
Point Green

250 Java Street, Brooklyn NY 11222
Opening Reception August 17, 6 – 10pm
August 17 – August 30 2017

Brooklyn Photographs – group exhibit
BRIC Arts  Media House

547 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11218
September 05 – October 29, 2017
Opening Reception – Wednesday, September 06, 7 – 9pm
Artists Talk – Saturday, September 16, 2016, noon
On Street Photography and The Encounter – panel discussion, Weds. October 04, 7 – 9pm

SASSY CIRCUS & Creepy Clowns – solo exhibit
BIZARRE Black Box Gallery
12 Jefferson Street, Brooklyn, NY
Opening September 24 & 25, 2017 in conjunction with Bushwick Open Studios

AMERICA – group exhibit
Photographs From The Library of Congress Collection
Curated by Anne Wilkes Tucker

Anneberg Space for Photography
2000 Avenue of The Stars, LA, CA
Opening March 2018

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