In The Galleries: David Armstrong

In The Galleries: David Armstrong

New sculptural and photographic works by David Armstrong are hidden in a New York City carriage house.

Collecting Men: Early 20th-Century Figurative Art

Collecting Men: Early 20th-Century Figurative Art

Our Artist Spotlight often features pieces from the first half of the last century. This collection from Renaissance Man Antiques offers work that inspires the beginning or the seasoned collector.

In the Galleries: Judy Chicago

In the Galleries: Judy Chicago

Celebrating her 75th birthday, an exhibit of Judy Chicago's early work reveals the roots of her feminist approach to making art.

The Life, Death, and Legacy of Robert Opel, the Oscar Streaker

The Life, Death, and Legacy of the Oscar Streaker

Robert Opel made history when he ran naked across the Academy Awards stage. Forty years later, two men are working to promote his vibrant life's work and uncover the truth behind his murder.

In the Galleries: An Opening in the Field

In the Galleries: An Opening of the Field

The artistic energy created between poet Robert Duncan and his partner, artist Jess, helped shaped the creative community in mid-century San Francisco.

The Art of Kink

The Art of Kink

Mascular magazine celebrates the end of winter with a not-necessarily-safe-for-work theme issue: Fetish.

WATCH: Gay Man's Grandfather Came Out to Him at 90 Years Old

WATCH: Gay Man's Grandfather Came Out to Him at 90

Five months before he died, artist Grant Rehnberg’s 90-year-old grandfather decided to live openly and came out of the closet to his grandson.

Dignity Restored to a Defamed Artist

Dignity Restored to a Defamed Artist

Simeon Solomon's brilliant career was over after his first arrest for homosexual acts. His reputation is now being rehabilitated along with his grave site.

In the Galleries: Wes Hempel

In the Galleries: Wes Hempel

Advocate.com favorite Wes Hempel releases more new work.

In the Galleries: From Under the Mattress

In the Galleries: From Under the Mattress

Video killed the illustrator stars. This upcoming exhibit at the Leslie-Lohman Museum shows the rich history of the male pinup in the golden age of gay men's magazines before video ruined everything.

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