Public Art, Private Expression

Public Art, Private Expression

Why do so many public murals seem to have a homoerotic tone?

In the Galleries: Queers In Exile

In the Galleries: Queers In Exile

"Queers In Exile, the Unforgotten Legacies of LGBTQ Homeless Youth" focuses on "chosen family," redefining house and home, organizing and political actions, and resistance.

In the Galleries: Keep Your Timber Limber

In the Galleries: Keep Your Timber Limber

This exhibit at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London shows that some of our favorite erotic artists may have had a more complex message in their artwork.

In the Galleries: SexyBlack

In the Galleries: SexyBlack

Rick Castro's Antebellum Gallery celebrates Black Pride with a selection of erotic work.

Inventing the California Boy

Inventing the California Boy

These mid-20th-century photographers and artists created utopian images of young California men that formed an ideal.

The Art of Being a Drama Queen

Pop artist Wayne Hollowell celebrates campy divas from Joan Crawford to Nene Leakes in his new NYC solo exhibit.

In the Galleries: 'Tease'

In the Galleries: 'Tease'

Jan Rattia's photographs explore issues of masculinity and outward expression via portraiture of dancers.

Night of Judy Garland Artwork Benefits Homeless LGBT Youth

This year's Night of a Thousand Judys, an annual benefit celebrating Judy Garland, includes an auction of unique portraits inspired by the late icon.

Half-Drag: Leland Bobbé's Photo Series Explores Gender Fluidity

The photographer has shot New York City drag queens, over 60, and recently finished the series after nearly 18 months.

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