Hollywood Regency and the Woolf Pack

Hollywood Regency and the Woolf Pack

John Elgin Woolf is credited with creating the currently popular Hollywood Regency look. But his private life may have been his most daring design.

Artist Spotlight: Chris Lopez

Artist Spotlight: Chris Lopez

Chris Lopez's male figure work — especially those done on wood — are like a bear hug. You feel surrounded by warmth.

ART: Trygve Skogrand's Theater of Shame

ART: Trygve Skogrand's Theater of Shame

Skogrand's post-photographic works explore the depths of shame and self-loathing that come from being a subgroup of society.

On the Bookshelves: Blake Little's 'Preservation'

On the Bookshelves: Blake Little's Preservation

Blake Little explores the rich, sweet, and somewhat terrifying potential of honey on the nude body in this portrait series.

In the Galleries: David Lavine

In the Galleries: David Lavine

Lavine's collage works are meticulous and completely loopy at the same time.

#TBT: The Private Art of Boscoe Holder

#TBT: The Private Art of Boscoe Holder

Holder's male nudes were rarely displayed — some claimed they were hidden. But Geoffrey Holder's older brother was a multitalent and bisexual.

On the Bookshelves: Cornelius McCarthy

On the Bookshelves: Cornelius McCarthy

Radiant Affinities, The Life and Work of Cornelius McCarthy brings the serenely beautiful work of this unfamiliar painter back into the light.

In the Galleries: Masculine Masters

In the Galleries: Masculine Masters

Recent male figurative art on exhibit at the MooiMan male art gallery.

In the Galleries: Kehinde Wiley

In the Galleries: Kehinde Wiley

Wiley's classically composed work in the new exhibit "A New Republic" travels through time and culture at the speed of light.

Remembering Richmond Barthe

Remembering Richmond Barthé

Barthé was a key figure in the Harlem Renaissance in the 1930s; then he crashed into obscurity. Did his homosexuality have anything to do with that?

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