Trough X

23 Feb 2012-06 Mar 2012,



Gay & Lesbian,




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In the 1970s, gay men developed a form of communication to signal their intentions, fetishes, desires and identity to potential sexual partners: through handkerchiefs. John Tsiavis and Nik Dimopoulos explore masculinity, queer identity and 'hanky codes' with provocative imagery and multimedia.

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Trough X details

Gaffa Gallery

281 Clarence St

Sydney 2000

Telephone 02 9281 1103

Date 23 Feb 2012-06 Mar 2012

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Greenheart Espresso

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Jet Bar Caffe

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Grandma's Bar

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Hotel Sweeney's

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The Cuban Place

106m - Since it opened in 2011, this well appointed ’50s-Cuban-themed joint...

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Queen Victoria Building (QVB)

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Photios Bros

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Galaxy Bookshop

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