8 Montrose Voice/June 4,1982
French flock to
photos of gay
International Gay New§ Agency
One of the largest turnouts for a photography exhibition in Paris this spring was
"Homopolis," a look at gay life in San
Francisco. 150,000 Parisians visited the
Snac Gallery to see it.
Photographer Robert van der Hilst shot
250 pictures last year while on assignment
for a story on the city's gay scene for Germany's Der Stern magazine.
The pictures range from shots of a lesbian marriage to pictures of gay men in
"People are almost stunned at the exhibition," Hilst told reporter Randy Shilts of
the San Francisco Chronicle, "seeing
things they've never seen before, like the
gay cowboys dancing together in bars."
Some French gay activists first worried
that the show might prove too controversial at a time when leftist French President Francois Mitterand is pushing for
pro-gay legislation in the national assembly, he said, but the exhibition instead has
drawn critical acclaim.
French, German, and Italian photo
magazines have carried major spreads of
The show was scheduled to visit 10 more
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With that in mind, the University of
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