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This is Gay History 101: “50 Years After Stonewall”

In the heart of the meatpacking district, Fort Gansevoort presents “A Look Back: 50 Years After Stonewall.” Through a variety of mediums, Visitors are treated to a...

Here’s How to See LGBTQ History and More at the Newseum in Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C.’s Newseum bills itself as the premiere interactive institution for documents and objects which chronicle free expression and our First Amendment Rights....

This Is What Sotheby’s Big Gay Pride Auction Will Look Like

What better way to celebrate love and LGBTQ representation in art than sending it home with the highest bidder? BENT. is an art exhibition and auction presented by Sotheby’s....

These Are 3 Fabulous New Books about the Fine Art of Being Gay

See queer photographer Tom Bianchi’s intimate inspirations, meet an art lover who helped shape iconic institutions, and experience art after the Stonewall Uprising. Tom...

See the Revolutionary Fashions of Gay Designer Rudi Gernreich

Designer Rudi Gernreich was one of the few working in the fashion industry of the swinging ’60s who actually changed the world around him through his creations....

Alien Skins: “Hybrid Alternos” Performance and Curator’s Welcome

Join Mundos Alternos co-curator Robb Hernández for an informal gallery talk about the Alien Skins section within the exhibition, followed by the performance Hybrid Alternos....

Sandra Caplan Metaphorical Transitions: Lost and Found in the Still Life

Kinescope Gallery in collaboration with Fillmore Projects is pleased to present Metaphorical Transitions: Lost and Found in the Still Life, an exhibition of charcoal drawings by...

Hap-penis – Gallery Exhibit Opening Reception

In honor of the 50th anniversary of a Japanese tradition, Kanamara Matsuri, Festival of the Steel Phallus, La Vie Galerie LLC is presenting a special exhibit by international...

Spilling Over: Painting Color in the 1960s

The notion of color is tied to countless constructs, from race to gender to politics. Spilling Over: Painting Color in the 1960s is an exhibition which draws from The Whitney’s...

4 Inspiring Quotes from Lesbian Filmmaker Barbara Hammer, Dead at 79

Experimental filmmaker Barbara Hammer was an extraordinary artist and member of the LGBTQ community. She was a pioneer in putting feminism on film, and she explored lesbian...

Leslie-Lohman Museum Spring Benefit

Leslie-Lohman Museum Spring Benefit Honoring JEB (Joan E. Biren) and Thor Perplies Kick off our 50th anniversary year at our Spring Benefit — celebrating leaders at the...

Keith Haring: Artist, AIDS Activist and a Casualty of the Crisis

It took less than 10 years for artist Keith Haring to rise to international fame using little more than outlines and primary colors. He was dead from AIDS complications by age 31....