Artist Spotlight subject Wes Hempel has an ongoing project: What art history might have looked like had homosexuality not been vilified.
Otterson's work ranges from high-style Liberace to Shaker-like simplicity and workmanship.
In the 1970s, master draughtsman Stavrinos made fashion illustration fashionable again. And then there are the beautifully rendered men.
Subversive and wry, Stegner's gender-fluid cops and athletes exist in a pastoral deamland.
Like you always wanted Classics Illustrated comics to do, Ryan Grant Long's calendar project brings historical gay romances to life.
Artworks that memorialize victims of homophobic murders in Brazil make up Cyriaco Lopes's current exhibit.
Van Santen dropped out of a successful career to devote his life to painting.
Jeanne Mammen captured the powerful and sensual aspects of women during Weimar era Germany.
Tuke's summery, naturalistic paintings of young men were admired by John Singer Sargent, Oscar Wilde, and other notable gay men of his day.
Lush and complex figurative work from a New Orleans native.
The leporine Guerra, a previous Artist Spotlight contributor, sends us an update on his newest work, "Parice in Wonderland" and "Toxic Bunny."
Sherer's pyrographic works humorously evoke the wholesomeness of youth and something else a little darker.
Muholi is creating a visual history of black lesbian identity and politics in post-apartheid South Africa. She is included in a current exhibit in Germany, dOCUMENTA (13).
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