Queer Biennial 2018: Juanita More's Naked Dinner Party

Juanita More! hosts one of her legendary Naked Dinner Parties with the Queer Biennial and Mark Tennyson. Chef Brenden Blaine Darby creates the menu, music by Stanley Frank and photos by Gabe Ayala.

Special guest chefs and mixologists keep the atmosphere bubbling while Juanita keeps everyone at ease. These socially significant events are documented by professional photographers and will soon appear in her forthcoming cookbook titled “Juanita Eats Out”.

Mark Tennyson is a frequent naked dinner guest, a dear friend of Juanita’s and is so excited to transport this event to Los Angeles as part of the Queer Biennial programming!

Nudity during this event is required. All are welcome. This event will be photographed. By attending you grant Juanita MORE! and her legal representatives and assigns the unrestricted right to use and publish photographs of yourself that you may be included in without restriction.


The tireless hostess Juanita More!, has blitzed San Francisco with high glamour, drag irreverence, danceable beats, culinary delectables and a philanthropic heart that has illuminated the entire city. Most recently Miss MORE! has been transforming her tiny tenderloin apartment into the ultimate dining experience, inviting guests to enjoy great food, drink, and conversation, while leaving their clothes at the door.

About Queer Biennial

The Queer Biennial is an international survey focusing on the current moments in LGBTQ art and culture that showcases emerging, mid-career, and established artists. Featured work includes installation, film, live performance, and historical documentation. Artists included do not shy away from sexuality, identity, the body, and all around queerness. As independent curators/artists, we champion and challenge artists of all disciplines to temporarily step away from the white-box systems and explore new spaces in an unfiltered and organic fashion. Every exhibition or event is carefully researched and realized with an invited list of artists and curators from around the globe.

For more information and a full schedule of events, visit http://www.queerbiennial.com/schedule