ROUND HOLE SQUARE PEG 4 is a juried photography competition conceived to discover a new LGBTQ visual culture for the 21st century.
The Exhibition first debuted at Photo LA in 2014. Curated by director Phil Tarley, associate curator Ruben Esparza, and judged by a panel of 5 jurors, Round Hole Square Peg 4, is planning to top Round Hole Square Peg 3, which was seen by thousand of fairgoers and received amazing mainstream and queer press coverage.
As Stonewall 50 passes, LGBTQ persecution intensifies in Trumpian America. Art exhibitions enable queer photographers to voice their activism, proclaim their visibility and create a new wave of queer art and soul. This year, after debuting at Photo LA, through the support of the City of West Hollywood, the exhibition will move to the city’s gallery for a four-week run. Check out some of the photography from current selects and previous shows. Visit the website to get entry details, read more about the judges, the exhibition and the history of queer photography.