Rare Warhol Art, His First Digital Works, Surfaces

Rare Warhol Art, His First Digital Works, Surfaces

The Andy Warhol Museum has discovered art experiments created by Warhol on an Amiga computer in 1985.

An Unexpected Dialogue: Mapplethorpe and Rodin

An Unexpected Dialogue: Rodin and Mapplethorpe

Robert Mapplethorpe and Auguste Rodin had seemingly little in common as artists, but shared themes emerge in a new exhibition.

The Passion of Christ: A Gay Vision

The Passion of Christ: A Gay Vision

Artist Doug Blanchard's haunting contemporary paintings of the Passion of Christ are an emotional reminder of the courage it takes to resist the powers that be.

PHOTOS: Diego Tolomelli and the Stain of Original Sin

Diego Tolomelli and the Stain of Original Sin

Tolomelli's luscious stained-glass works stir the passions of the spirit as well as those of the flesh.

New Orleans Photographer and Artist George Dureau Has Died

New Orleans Photographer and Artist George Dureau Has Died

The artist and photographer's work ranged from the erotic to the unsettling. He was a mentor of Mapplethorpe and a long-time contributor to Drummer magazine.

In the Galleries: Jim French, Before Colt

In the Galleries: Jim French, Before Colt

Before he was the uncontested master of erotic gay photography, Colt Studios founder Jim French got his foundation as an advertising artist in the heyday of Madison Avenue.

ART: Man and Beast

ART: Man and Beast

Male figurative art comes alive when freed from the studio and galloping down the beach.

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.

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