Bruce LaBruce


"Censored, slandered, and delightfully outré" - that's how the Advocate recently described notorious Canadian artist, filmmaker, pornographer and writer Bruce LaBruce. 

LaBruce has always had a strong connection to erotica and pornography, in whatever medium he is working in. He frequently addresses themes of sexual and personal transgression against societal norms. 

During April and May of 2015, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City honored Bruce LaBruce with a special two week retrospective of his films. Could there be any greater validation for an artist/film-maker?

His films have also screened at major international film festivals like the Venice International Film Festival, Berlin International Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, and the Toronto International Film Festival.

LaBruce's works have been exhibited around the world: Pitt Gallery (Vancouver), MC MAGMA (Milan), Bailey Fine Arts (Toronto), Peres Projects (Los Angeles) and John Connelly Presents (NYC)

Throughout his career, LaBruce has photographed a host of (sexualized) men including models, porn stars, hustlers, friends/fellow-photographers (such as Ryan McGingley) and of course the actors in his films.

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"Starvin Hungry"


Signed, numbered and dated by the artist verso

From an edition of 5

20"H 16"W

Excellent condition

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