art Tag Archive

Handpainted Loving Vincent Is a Film Feast for the Eyes

This visually unique motion picture employs the dreamlike “rotoscope” technique in which animation is traced over live motion picture footage, as seen in some of Richard...

J.C. Leyendecker: The Greatest Gay Artist You Don’t Know

Bill Savoy spreads the gospel of J.C. Leyendecker, underappreciated genius and mentor to Norman Rockwell. Until two years ago, Bill Savoy was content to work on Broadway, quietly...

Counter-Couture: Handmade Fashion in an American Counterculture

An exhibition of handmade fashion meant to capture the Age of Aquarius is lighting up NYC’s museum of Art and Design (MAD) now through August 20. It’s called Counter-Couture:...

G2 Gallery’s August Opening Reception

Join The G2 Gallery in celebrating our new exhibitions: Jennifer MaHarry: New Wilderness & Cheyne Walls: Miles from Los Angeles The G2 Gallery is thrilled to celebrate new...

AIDS at Home: An Exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York

An exhibition showcases art that explores the early years of the epidemic from a very personal perspective. As the AIDS crisis unfolded during its early decades, even the hidden...

AIDS at Home, at the Museum of the City of New York

An exhibition showcases art that explores the early years of the epidemic from a very personal perspective. As the AIDS crisis unfolded during its early decades, even the hidden...

See Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Exhibit, Up Close

The revolutionary Up Close: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel allows visitors unprecedented access to one of civilization’s most beloved artistic creations:...

Robert Rauschenberg Retrospective at the MoMa

Just in time for pride month, gay artist Robert Rauschenberg gets a huge retrospective of his six-decade career at NYC’s MoMA, organized in collaboration with London’s Tate...

Robert Rauschenberg Retrospective at the MoMa

Gay artist Robert Rauschenberg gets a huge retrospective of his six-decade career at NYC’s MoMA....

The Leslie Lohman Museum Presents Expanded Visions: Fifty Years of Collecting

This March, New York’s premiere museum for gay and lesbian art is reopening its doors after taking a hiatus to accommodate a greatly-anticipated expansion of the SoHo location....

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...

Unpacking Fashion at the Met

Past exhibitions at the met costume Institute have focused on geographic regions, cultural movements and important designers, but this season’s exhibition will be more of a...