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Why You Should Geek Out about the “Sexy Nerd Project”

We have seen the rise of nerd culture, but now one photographer is showing how hunky it can be. They’re all-too-familiar stereotypes: superheroes on comic book pages or movie...

Being: New Photography 2018 @ MoMa

The latest edition of MoMA’s popular New Photography series will feature works produced primarily since 2016 by 17 artists working in the US, and beyond. Being: New Photography...

A Hundred Unseen Photos Surface in New Marilyn Monroe Book

The Essential Marilyn Monroe | By Milton H. Greene; ACC Art Books; $65 There’s something about Marilyn. She seems to represent so much we love about old Hollywood — from her...

The AIDS/HIV Epidemic in Mexico Chronicled in Tomorrow Is a Long Time

Journalists Jon Cohen and Malcolm Linton take a sojourn south to chronicle the lives of people struggling with HIV in Mexico. The Tijuana River Canal, which runs along the border...

Manhattan Sunday Morning Snapshots Capture Life after Last Call

Richard Renaldi captures the decadence of a club scene now that it’s no longer shaken by fear of an untreatable disease. In 1996, after a breakup with his boyfriend, Richard...

I Actually Wore This: A New Book About a Timeless Idea

Written by Tom Coleman and Jerome Jakubiec | Rizzoli; $35 Have you ever looked in your closet and noticed an article of clothing you can’t believe found its way into your life?...

Tom Bianchi’s Fire Island Polaroids Bring Gay History to Life

FIRE ISLAND PINES: Polaroids 1975-1983, by the celebrated lawyer-turned-artist Tom Bianchi, contains dozens of exuberantly playful and homoerotic SX-70 Polaroid images taken...

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....

Beauty In the Eye: Unseen Work From Diane Arbus

July 12 – November 27 The Met Breuer (an offshoot of the Metropolitan Museum of Art focused on modern and contemporary art) just launched their inaugural season with the...

Diane Arbus: In the Beginning Gallery

Also read our interview with photographer Eric Schwabel...