At Morrison Hotel Gallery, pride is not just about a season but can be found in our year-round reason. In our continued devotion to the enduring legacies of legends hailing from all walks of life, we celebrate and support LGBTQ+ excellence. Because there's nothing more rock & roll than living out loud and advocating for love-fueled liberation, we reflect upon definitive flashpoints in the LGBTQ+ civil rights movement through the lens of those compatriots, those anonymous activists and legendary artists alike, who are immortalized through paths paved and lives touched. 

From those that gave us anthems like "Vogue", "Freedom! 90" and "Under Pressure" to those whose perilous existences emboldened these very ideas, MHG pays homage to the pioneers of an ongoing revolutionary that began some fifty-two years ago today on an otherwise ordinary night on Christopher Street. 

Other Collections

  • Rolling Stones, 1967

    Best of The Rolling Stones

    Diverging from the pop rock of the early 1960s, the Rolling Stones pioneered the gritty, heavier-driven sound that would come to define hard(er) rock....

  • Tom Waits Car in Front of the Troubadour, West Hollywood, 1975

    Sites of Sound

    Whether etched in buzzing neon or gleaming Edison bulbs, marquees too hold a rightful place in music history. Like old friends, these ever-changing yet...

  • Tupac Shakur, New York City 1993

    A Seasonal Homage to Millennial Music History

    "Summer, summer, summertime, time to sit back and unwind." What the 1991 hit by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince may lack in profundity is more than made...


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