Queer Kinship in the New York Underground: On the ‘Life and Legend’ of Jackie Curtis

@article{Palladini2011QueerKI,
  title={Queer Kinship in the New York Underground: On the ‘Life and Legend’ of Jackie Curtis},
  author={Giulia Palladini},
  journal={Contemporary Theatre Review},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={126 - 153}
}
  • G. Palladini
  • Published 1 May 2011
  • Art
  • Contemporary Theatre Review
There is a black-and-white picture of two men holding in their arms a glamorous bride in her white dress. She stands at the centre of the picture, her hair adorned with a white ribbon, a bright sky behind her curly hair. All three characters are smiling and seemingly looking beyond the camera, participating in an exposure offered to what one can imagine to be a broader wedding crowd surrounding the photographer. This picture was shot, one might guess, after the wedding vows were spoken, in the… 

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