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Think Life’s a Beach? Fort Lauderdale Has Much More to Offer

You already know that Fort Lauderdale offers sunshine, gorgeous beaches and one of the largest populations of same-sex couples in America. But whats awaits when you spend some...

Museum of Failure LA

The Museum of Failure is coming to Los Angeles! Don’t let the name fool you. The Museum of Failure is a celebration of history’s failed products & services and the...

Leslie-Lohman Opens an Exhibition: “ART & AIDS: 35 Years of Survival”

ART & AIDS: 35 Years of Survival, co-curated by GMHC, Osvaldo Perdomo, and David Livingston, commemorates GMHC’s 35th anniversary and features dozens of works created by...

Hockney at 80: The Met Pays Tribute to a Visionary Gay Artist

The Metropolitan Museum of Art will honor artist David Hockney on his 80th birthday with a retrospective kicking off November 27th. The exhibition features some of the artist’s...

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors

The Japanese artist’s signature mirrored rooms are an explosion of color and light, and (in the only California museum on Kusama’s US tour) six are installed at the Broad, to...

Leonardo to Matisse: Master Drawings from the Robert Lehman Collection

Opens October 4th Featuring 55 works of art from European masters including Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Seurat and Matisse, this presentation highlights dynamic pieces from Robert...

A Daring New MoMa Exhibit Asks: “Is Fashion Modern?”

Fashion may be subjective, but we’re pretty sure MoMa’s tantalizing new exhibit Items: Is Fashion Modern? (which opens October 1) will be turning heads. It consists of 111...

Exclusive Cocktail-Hour Visit to Salmagundi Club

Out Professionals Members and Friends View the Award-Winning Art of Anthony Santomauro at the Salmagundi Club, on Fifth Avenue. On Tuesday evening, September 19, you are invited...

Happy Birthday, Mr. Hockney (LA)

Through November 26 The Getty Center’s most recent David Hockney exhibition is going all out for arguably one of the most important artists — gay or straight — of the past...

Kerry James Marshall: One Artist’s View of Black History

In the 600-year history of the African American experience, there are tragically few known and collected artists and even fewer representations of black people...