Gonzalo Collazo writes: “Courtesy of Eduard Moreira, according to which, his grandfather is dancing with fellows in either the Department of San José or Canelones. Cortesía de Edward Moreira, según el cual, en la foto se encuentra su abuelo bailando con compañeros en el departamento de San José o Canelones.
Gonzalo Collazo writes: 52 “Circa 1890 – 1905, Montevideo. Reservists or soldiers dancing tango on one side of the Fortress of the Cerro de Montevideo. Grisel Alassio Collection. When we founded the group Tango Queer Uruguay in 2010 we decided to find photos of old tango where at least appears
Ray Batchelor writes: “The artwork for this postcard is by Luiz Usabal Y Hernandez. Downloaded from a website, Tuck DB Postcards, dedicated to selling [reproductions?] of postcards from the London-based Postcard Producer, Raphael Tuck and Sons. On the website, it says this is one of a set of 6 cards.
Ray Batchelor writes: “From ‘En Ojo con Dientes’ to publicise the 4th Internartional Queer Tango Festival in Buenos Aires in 2010 – ‘Buenos Aires se prepara para la IV edición del festival de tango homosexual’ In Cultura, Noticias, Sociedad on 21 noviembre, 2010 at 15:26 I am grateful to Birthe
Ray Batchelor writes: “From Johan Dijkink’s Pinterest Board ‘Men and Tango’ Yet is it tango? From a silent unmarked photo – c1930 from the wide trousers – cannot tell us, although a piano accordion would make a good substitute for a bandoneón.” What do you belive the copyright status of
Ray Batchelor writes: “Here is a video clip of that dance from the film: https://youtu.be/qRlWUaIbTco I can remember a time and place – the 1970s in England – when each and every representation of gay men was a cause for discussion and often celebration. I am mindful that this film
Ray Batchelor re-edited this on 22 November 2018: “This comes originally from the Archivo General de la Nación Argentina. It was posted on its Facebook page but, sadly, without an inventory number. The same image and caption are given on the website of Miguel Diel, based in Orange in France. The
Ray Batchelor revised this on 23 November 2018: This detail of the magazine page (the text is chopped off) was downloaded in 2016 from the website of Tangology 101, where this caption accompanies it: “1903 – El Tango Criollo In 1903, the Buenos Aires publication Caras y Caretas published the
Ray Batchelor writes [and adds, 15 01 2020 – see below]: “Downloaded from Wikimedia Commons. Beyond believing what most sources indicate – that these are men, that they are dancing (or practicing, or posing) with each other in a street in Buenos Aires at some time in the 20th century,