As many as 15,000 LGBT people were killed in Nazi concentration camps. Tel Aviv is the first Israeli city to unveil a memorial.
Matt Monath's photos remind us why we live through winter. Warning: These images are for medicinal purposes only.
An inside look at photographer B. Proud's "First Comes Love" exhibition that explores and celebrates the everyday lives and enduring relationships of LGBT couples and families.
Painting in a spare style reminiscent of the American Regionalism painters of the '20s and '30s, Hugh Steers renders the mood surrounding AIDS in the '80s and '90s.
Richard Rothstein's project works as both photography and performance piece as it suggests modern-day alienation with wit and wistfulness.
Balbir Krishan's celestial artwork still shines even after censorship in southern India.
This is your opportunity to have your work considered for the first queer/LGBT show ever staged at Photo L.A.
Artists past and present added visual delight to our web pages this year.
A closer look at lesser-known works of an Edwardian portrait painter reveals another side to his life.
A reunion show of art and artists from a groundbreaking exhibit in 1974 explores the aesthetics of desire and sexuality through travesty and drag performance.
Gay illustrator J.C. Leyendecker's Thanksgiving covers for The Saturday Evening Post took the grim out of pilgrim.
Gaskin's photos in Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene let you linger in the glamorous explosion of the culture of house balls.
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