On display in OXS Gallery, Jan 22 — March 9, 2018, Mementi Mori. The exhibition features photographs by Paul Baker Prindle, a 2018 Artist FellowThe OXS Gallery is located at 716 North Carson Street, Suite A, Carson City and is open 8 am to 5 pm. Read more

Matthew Shepard. Laramie, WY. “Matthew’s major injuries upon arrival consisted of hypothermia and a fracture from behind his head to just in front of the right ear.  This has caused bleeding in the brain, as well as pressure on the brain.” Polychrome archival print from colour negative. 40”x 50

Henry Northington. Richmond, Virginia. “Northington's severed head had been placed squarely in the center of the walkway, leading many to speculate that the murderer(s) had intended to make an anti-gay statement.” Polychrome archival print from colour negative. 50”x 40”.

Steen Fenrich. Bayside, Queens, NYC. “On March 21, 2000 the remains of Steen Fenrich were found by a man walking through Alley Pond Park, in Bayside, Queens, stored in a plastic blue tub. The tub contained a skull that had been burned by acid, a foot with some flesh still on it, and other body parts. The remains were identified as those of Steen Fenrich by his Social Security number, which had been written on the skull, along with racial and homophobic slurs. Steen, at age 19, was killed by his step-father, because Steen was gay.” Polychrome archival print from colour negative. 50”x 40”.



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