Art on the Edge in a Warm Climate

Art on the Edge in a Warm Climate

The Queer Biennial I in Miami — running alongside Art Basel — looks fun, risky, and cool.

In the Galleries: A.B. Miner

In the Galleries: A.B. Miner

Miner, a gay trans man, deals with diverse masculinities in his art. Topics range from bodily shame to back hair portraits to a comparative study of animal penises.

The Smithsonian's Queer Collection

The Smithsonian's Queer Collection

Our nation’s history is more fully explored in the new acquisition of objects of LGBT significance.

Gallery of Geek: Patrick Fillion

Where Tom of Finland Meets Geekdom

Artist Patrick Fillion mixes his love of superheroes with the iconic artwork created by Tom of Finland to create comics that both titillate and entertain.

ART: Out on 9

ART: Out on 9

This exhibition explores the intersections of identity and involvement within the queer community.

The Self Portraits of Jason Grim

The Self Portraits of Jason Grim

The delightfully horrible self-portraits of Jason Grim each seem to tell a complete story, and that story is just perfect for this time of year.

In the Galleries: Gilbert & George Whippet Good

In the Galleries: Gilbert & George Whippet Good

Partners in love and art since 1967, these fresh works in a current exhibit show the lasting strength of their artistic vision.

In The Studio: Artists and Nude Models

In The Studio: Artists and Nude Models

Nude modeling in the artist and photographer's studio has long been a safe container for prolonged exposure to the male body in all its casual beauty.

Op-ed: After 25 Years, Mapplethorpe's Photos Still Crack the Bullwhip

Op-ed: After 25 Years, Mapplethorpe's Photos Still Crack the Bullwhip

It's been a quarter-century since Robert Mapplethorpe’s most notorious exhibition, The Perfect Moment, but his homoerotic photographs, called 'obscene' at the time, are as politically charged as ever.

In the Galleries: The Decadence of Halloween

In the Galleries: The Decadence of Halloween

Antebellum Gallery, in the bloody heart of Hollywood, hosts its annual Halloween art show and party.

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