Exhibition Opening
Phyllis Christopher, Heads and Tails 

24 September 2021

6 - 8pm

Overview

Join us on Friday 24th September, 6 – 8pm for the opening of Heads and Tails, a solo exhibition by Phyllis Christoper.

Drawing from the surrounding queer community and her personal connections, Phyllis Christopher’s images depict lesbian pleasure, sex positivity and political movements. The show at Grand Union will focus on the ‘heads and tails’ of her published work, blurring the lines of her personal collection and commercial shooting, showcasing queer collectivity and joy. Further information about the exhibition can be found here.

No booking necessary, however to maintain access for all, there will be a restricted capacity within the gallery and we are encouraging all staff, volunteers and our visitors to maintain social-distancing. For up-to-date information about visiting Grand Union, please visit our website.

Phyllis Christopher, Protest against Christian Fundamentalist Preacher Larry Lee, Halloween Night, San Francisco, 1990.