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Picture a Three-Photographer Show in LA During “A Month of Photography”

What kind of artists are being celebrated at the tenth anniversary edition of the Month of Photography Los Angeles?...

Queer|Art|Film at IFC Center on April 9

Queer|Art Continues Winter/Spring 2018 Season of Queer|Art|Film at IFC Center with Special Screening of a New Restoration of André Brassard’s Il était une fois dans l’est...

By the Way: Drinks at Rosemont and Boxers, Art from Asia and Women

Byron visits a jazzy spot for cocktails in Bushwick and heads to the Upper East Side to see great art and a new gay bar off the Q Train. Have a Bushwick Bash The Rosemont:...

Plans Emerge for an LGBT Museum in London Celebrating “Queer Culture”

Just when the community needs it most, a group of Brits are trying to establish an LGBT museum celebrating Queer folk. Queer Britain is the name of the organization, and their...

Haptic Tactics

Co-curated by Noam Parness, Risa Puleo and Daniel Sander, Haptic Tactics features a collection of contemporary abstract art produced by queer artists. The mixed-media exhibition...

Barack and Michelle Obama Return to D.C. for Ceremonial Portrait Unveiling

Former President Barack Obama and ex-First Lady Michelle reappeared in Washington D.C. yesterday to preside over the unveiling of their official portraits....

Danh Vo: Take My Breath Away

The ramps of the Guggenheim will lead to an examination of today’s power structures and cultural forces with a rare exhibition featuring installations, photographs and works on...

The Incomplete Araki: Sex, Life, and Death in the Work of Nobuyoshi Araki

The Museum of Sex (MoSEX) presents The Incomplete Araki: Sex, Life, and Death in the Work of Nobuyoshi Araki, an exhibition that traces the career of this prolific and...

Stephen Shore

Touted as one of the America’s most significant photographers, Stephen Shore has produced countless works over the course of his five decade career. His determination to capture...

Artist/Author Chris Ware’s Monograph Celebrates the Work of a Lifetime

Prepare to be drawn in by Monograph, a career-spanning collection of works from renowned artist and author Chris Ware. Celebrated for his work in The New Yorker, Ware is a...

Famous Floorplans: What TV Characters’ Homes Would Really Look Like

What would your favorite famous TV homes look like if they were actual houses or apartments? “There are places I’ll remember all my life,” the Beatles once sang. Strangely...

No Flea Markets for These Clown Paintings: Meet Artist Jumper Maybach

Ben Workman, known in his clown persona as Jumper Maybach, had epiphany one day when as a lark, his grandpa painted his face white for the first time....