July 24 2009 12:00 AM ET

In Celebration of "Gay Icons"

Advocate.com Editors

Take a sneak peek at some of the 60 "Gay Icons" celebrated from now through October 18 at the National Portrait Gallery in London, including k.d. lang, Virginia Woolf, and Quentin Crisp.

June 16 2009 12:00 AM ET

New York Public Library Goes Gay

Michael Rowe

If a picture is really worth a thousand words, the New York Public Library's powerful exhibit, "1969: The Year of Gay Liberation," is the essence of our history as LGBT Americans, condensed into indelible words and images.

When Sex Mets Murder
June 12 2009 12:00 AM ET

When Sex Meets Murder

Advocate.com Editors

Out.com has published a collection of photos titled Mementi Mori, a body of work that features locations where biological men, sometimes boys, were murdered because they were gay or transgender.

13 Love Stories to Overturn Prop. 8
March 04 2009 1:00 AM ET

13 Love Stories to Overturn Prop. 8

Advocate.com Editors

As the California Supreme Court hears oral arguments against Prop. 8, the UCLA Art | Global Health Center gets political with the video art project 13LoveStories.com.

Pop Art Goes Political
January 05 2009 1:00 AM ET

Pop Art Goes Political

Jessica Hundley

While Fairey remains obsessed with subversive propaganda, his work is now less oblique -- his Obama posters were the defining image of the 2008 election.

Photo Finish
December 23 2008 1:00 AM ET

Photo Finish

Lawrence Ferber

Did Prop. 8 backlash cause art censorship -- or its reversal -- at Brigham Young University? Could be, as BYU photography student J. Michael Wiltbank found when his contribution to a two-week-long art exhibition -- eight pairs of benign portraits, each depicting an LGBT-identified BYU student alongside a supportive friend -- had been removed.

Gay Weddings Before 1950?
December 04 2008 1:00 AM ET

Gay Weddings Before 1950?

Regina Marler

 A new exhibit at the San Francisco Public Library gathers the stories of pioneering LGBT people who disguised their gender and legally married the ones they loved. 

Museum of Modern Art celebrates Good Machine’s 10th anniversary
February 13 2001 1:00 AM ET

Museum of Modern Art celebrates Good Machine’s 10th anniversary

Advocate.com Editors

The Museum of Modern Art in New York will pay tribute to the 10th anniversary of Good Machine, one of the United States’ leading independent film production companies, February 13-23 at the Roy and Niuta Titus Theatre 1. Among the Good Machine films to be presented include the gay-themed comedy The Wedding Banquet and the lesbian feature The Sticky Fingers of Time (screened with Greetings From Africa, a short film from lesbian director Cheryl Dunye).

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