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Queer Places:
42 Murray Road, Northwood HA6 2YL
Canford School, Canford Magna, Wimborne BH21 3AD, Regno Unito
University College London, Gower St, Kings Cross, London WC1E 6BT, Regno Unito
Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, Gower St, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 6BT, Regno Unito
King's College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS, Regno Unito
2 Healey Street, Kentish Town NW1 8SR, UK
64 Priory Road, West Hampstead NW6 3RE, UK
60 Liverpool Road, Angel, Islington N1 0PY, UK
76 Redcliffe Gardens, Earls Court SW10 9HE, UK
Sloane Square House, 1 Holbein Place SW1W 8NS, UK
Butler's Wharf West, 40 Shad Thames, London SE1 2YA, Regno Unito
104 Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 0JN, Regno Unito
51 Upper Ground, Lambeth, London SE1, Regno Unito
13 Bankside, London SE1, Regno Unito
Prospect Cottage, Dungeness Rd, Romney Marsh TN29 9NE, Regno Unito
Studio 5, 59 South Edwardes Square, Kensington W8 6HW, UK
St Clement, Romney Marsh TN29 0HP, Regno Unito

Image result for Derek JarmanMichael Derek Elworthy Jarman[1] (31 January 1942 – 19 February 1994) was an English film director, stage designer, diarist, artist, gardener and author. The work of Broadway's gay and lesbian artistic community went on display in 2007 when the Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation Gallery presents "StageStruck: The Magic of Theatre Design." The exhibit was conceived to highlight the achievements of gay and lesbian designers who work in conjunction with fellow gay and lesbian playwrights, directors, choreographers and composers. Original sketches, props, set pieces and models — some from private collections — represent the work of over 60 designers, including Derek Jarman.

Jarman was born at the Royal Victoria Nursing Home in Northwood, Middlesex, England. the son of Elizabeth Evelyn (''née'' Puttock)[2] and Lancelot Elworthy Jarman. His father was a military officer, born in New Zealand. He boarded at Canford School in Dorset, and from 1960 studied at King's College London. This was followed by four years at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London (UCL), starting in 1963. He had a studio at Butler's Wharf, London, in the 1970s. Jarman was outspoken about homosexuality, his public fight for gay rights, and his personal struggle with AIDS.

Derek Jarman ('Seer') 1993 Michael Clark (b.1954) National Portrait Gallery, London

On 22 December 1986, Jarman was diagnosed as HIV positive and discussed his condition in public. His illness prompted him to move to Prospect Cottage, Dungeness in Kent, near the Dungeness nuclear power station|nuclear power station. In 1994, he died of an AIDS-related illness in London,[3] aged 52. His fame had stretched far beyond the connection of streets that he had lived on so news of his death circled the world.[4] He was buried in the graveyard at St. Clements Church, Old Romney, Kent.

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