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Film Screening: Robert Mapplethorpe, no. 61 from the series ART/new york

Robert Mapplethorpe, no. 61 from the series ART/new york (2006) Directed by Paul Tschinkel, 79 minutes Courtesy Paul Tschinkel This documentary looks at the life and work of the...

Film Screening: Black White + Gray: A Portrait of Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe

Black White + Gray: A Portrait of Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe (2007) Directed by James Crump, 72 minutes Courtesy Swank Motion Pictures Yale-educated and born with a...

Harry Bush May Be the World’s Best Unknown Gay Erotic Artist

Harry Bush, an expert at depicting the male form, might be the best gay erotic artist unknown to the public. Bush loathed gay culture, which he regarded as shallow. He was...

Tom of Finland Set the Standard for Gay Erotic Art

Known as Tom of Finland, Touko Laaksonen is credited for setting the standard for gay erotic art. He created an out-of-reach and impossible to ignore image of gay masculinity...

Bruce Nauman: Disappearing Acts

While the work of Bruce Nauman has never been defined by a single style or medium, there are specific themes that recur throughout his oeuvre. Among those is...

Lypsinka Might Have Invented Modern Drag

Lypsinka dishes on her fellow queens and what NYC was like back in the day. We spoke with the Legendary Queen to find out what she thinks of being nominated and how the LGBTQ...

Small Works: $100 & Under – Opening Reception

NEW YORK CITY – Fountain House Gallery, located at 702 Ninth Avenue and representing artists living with mental illness, announces the upcoming show “Small Works: $100 &...

A Childrens’ Book On the Stonewall Riots? Yes, That’s On the Way

A new children’s picture book about the Stonewall riots will be on shelves and in bookstores by April 2019 — just in time for the 50th anniversary of the uprising. Not...

Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit: Fall Show

September 8-9 University Place, From E. 13th St. South to Waverly Place Jackson Pollack wasn’t always the internationally renowned artist we revere him as today. Back in 1931,...

Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit: Fall Show

September 1-3, 8-9 University Place, From E. 13th St. South to Waverly Place Jackson Pollack wasn’t always the internationally renowned artist we revere him as today. Back in...

Provincetown, MA: Come for an LGBT Vacation, Stay for the Artwork

Provincetown’s art scene is not nearly as famous among LGBT vacationers as the town’s seasonal events — including their spectacular Fourth of July weekend, Bear...

What Does Pride Mean to You?

“Pride is 365 days of the year to be queer!” – Bridgette Victoria Cruz This year for Pride, we launched “Reclaiming My Pride” to highlight LGBTQ+ artists...