Between February and August 1974, David Greene photographed men and women who challenged gender stereotypes. The Darkroom
Gallery in Berkeley, California exhibited the images in the fall of that year. The collection includes ten of the fifty photographs
that were exhibited in his show titled
Shameless. The ten photographs capture twelve shameless gay men embracing their genderqueer identity.
David Greene attended the University of Michigan, where he wrote and directed a feature length film,
Pamela and Ian. After graduating, he relocated to San Francisco, California. Where he photographed men and women who challenged gender stereotypes.
Fifty of his photographs were exhibited in a show titled
Shameless. The show opened in Berkeley, California in 1974 with more than 200 people attending, most in drag. The exhibition then traveled
to San Francisco in 1975 as
Andy's Donuts, Center of the Universe. The exhibition subsequently traveled as
Shameless to New York (1976), Chicago (1978), and Zurich (1979). Greene also photographed a series of images for the book
Men Loving Men published by Gay Sunshine Press (1977).
10.0 b&w photographs.
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