Tom of Finland is unarguably the most well-known gay erotic artist of the 20th century, but paving the way for his all-balls-out art was a group of American artists who created a more subtle, coded visual style.
Banned for obscenity in Siberia, Biryukoff's large-scale male figure paintings are like landscapes of expressive strokes and earthy color.
Verlato's complex, vertiginous work dazzles with technical skills, then invites you in for a frank discussion that might make you uncomfortable.
Young men and rabbits portray the complex rituals and events of growing up. And then there are some pugs.
Artist Margo Selski celebrates her preteen son’s androgyny in an empowering new series of paintings that bring him one step closer to his idol, Lady Gaga.
There is both a timeless elegance and gritty coolness in Oita's portraits of young men. The young fashion photographer has a thing for bringing old-timers back into the frame.
Thomas's hesitance to ask his subjects to pose nude led him to stumble upon what has become one of the signature motifs of his work: men in white briefs.
Steve MacIsaac creates comics that explore contemporary gay culture, identity, and sexuality.
For over 35 years, Stanley Stellar has been seeing and recording. Living and working in New York City can bombard the senses, but Stellar always finds what is worth noticing in the clutter.
Classic and shocking, delicate and blatantly sexual, Hige's work encompasses enigmas.
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