In October of 2007, Hal Bromm Gallery celebrated thirty years of presenting contemporary work by fresh and exciting artistic talents. Commemorating the gallery’s thirtieth anniversary was an exhibition featuring work by Carlos Alfonzo, Luis Frangella, Keith Haring, and David Wojnarowicz. Each of these artists had early one-man shows with Hal Bromm Gallery, launching successful careers tragically cut short by AIDS.
“30” brought to light the important early works created by these four gifted artists, as well as the strong and unexamined creative and social bonds between them. This focus pushed beyond the artists’ individual public personas for an uncommon intimate view of their work.