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Michael Childers: Having a Ball (Palm Springs)

The Palm Springs Art Museum is world renowned for its sculpture collection, but that hasn’t kept it from collecting and showing an impressive range of artistically significant...

“TRIGGER: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon”

This exhibit investigates gender’s place in contemporary art and culture at a moment of political upheaval and renewed culture wars. The exhibition features an intergenerational...

Zana Bayne Fetiishwear on Exhibit at the Museum of Sex

Zana Bayne is a NYC-based luxury leather goods brand founded in 2010. Focused on high quality craftsmanship and inventive designs, Zana Bayne’s “Post-Fetish” pieces have...

A New Exhibit of Prison Photos Depicts Life Behind Bars

It’s not commonly known that most U.S. jails and prisons prohibit prisoners from having access to cameras, or that it hasn’t stopped them from recording images....

Cathy Wilkes Exhibition at MoMa PS1

Through paintings, drawings, sculptures and found/altered objects, Irish artist Cathy Wilkes has confronted birth, marriage, child-rearing and death over two decades. MoMA PS1...

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...

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...

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 when it comes to...

Robert Mapplethorpe Double Show Set for LA

Robert Mapplethorpe will have a major moment this spring. In 2011, two LA institutions partnered to make a landmark acquisition and gift acceptance of art and archival materials...