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Opening Reception: “Heavy Sauce”

For this show (on view through October 23), Fountain House Gallery artists were presented with a quotation by the late artist Lee Lozano as a starting point for a discussion about...

Homoerotic and Hypnotic: This is the Artwork of Gus Van Sant

Many artists work in multiple disciplines, finding that it serves to expand their creative minds. For instance, David Lynch, recently had an exhibition of his artwork at the...

Skrebneski: This is How One Man Changed Photography

Some photo books bring to mind Hemingway’s recollections of  Paris in the 1920s: they are “a moveable feast.” The work of American famed photographer Victor Skrebneski, who...

Ralf: The Bath House

Opening: September 6, 6-8PM Exhibition: September 7-8, 12-6PM Since Ancient Rome and Greece, and throughout history, men have met privately to engage sexually in bath...

Creative Pride: Reflection and Celebration

The National Arts Club is proud to present Creative Pride, celebrating the vision and talent of the LGBTQ Community. This special exhibition will include works by Keith Haring,...

This is Why You Need to See Brooklyn’s Pierre Cardin Exhibit

If you’re able to visit Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion at the Brooklyn Museum, you’ll be treated to a view of more than 170 pieces related to this gay fashion titan. Among the...

This is the Mystery Girl Who Helped Create the Rainbow Flag

Not many know how a straight woman helped make the rainbow flag an LGBT reality. Now Lynn Segerblom is finally getting some long-deserved recognition for her part in bringing the...

What Made Peter Berlin Famous? It’s All About the Package

Gay sex symbol Peter Berlin may be the first man to understand personal branding in the modern sense. Some say he created the selfie. He was born in German-occupied Poland in 192...

Arch

Arch is a month-long exhibition celebrating the structures of support that queer collectives provide to the greater LGBTQ community. Each week a different artist or collective...

LGBTQ in LA? Here Are the Top Five Places You Need to Visit

Los Angeles is a sprawling metropolis, and its easy to get overwhelmed. But if you can spare a weekend, you can get up to speed on the city’s multi-culti LGBTQ past — and...

Los Angeles Art Association Annual Benefit Auction

Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) cordially invites you to celebrate our 94 years of service to artists at the 2018 Annual Benefit Auction. The event will feature live and silent...

Gina Beavers: The Life I Deserve

Does social media reflect reality? Rarely. New York-based artist Gina Beavers uses social media-sourced imagery to create sculpture-like paintings that explore how humans hide...