Press photograph: "NOBODY KNOWS I'M GAY"

Press photograph: "NOBODY KNOWS I'M GAY"


Jack Rosen, “New Hope, PA. Gay male with a sense of humor.” July 1, 1994. A man stands in short shorts and a classic gay liberation-era t-shirt that reads “NOBODY KNOWS I’M GAY.” Crisp and clean and in very good condition.

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This photograph comes from the collection of Impact Visuals, a New York-based cooperative photo agency dedicated to documenting social justice movements, including the anti-apartheid movement in both the United States and South Africa, and the independent movement in Namibia. Impact Visuals was founded by Michael Kaufman and operated from 1980s until its closure in 2001. These seven photos span the height of Impact Visuals’ activity, between 1987-1994, and document protestors in New York, Washington D.C., San Francisco, and even a protest of one in New Hope, Pennsylvania. Each photograph has contact information for Impact Visuals, and details about its photographer, subject, and date of creation, taped to it as is usual for the collections of photo agencies.