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.

Classical Nudes and the Making of Queer History

Classical Nudes and the Making of Queer History

We have been here forever.

Live Grindr Conversations Put on Display — for Art

Live Grindr Conversations Put on Display — for Art

Identities are obscured in the outdoor art installation, but critics are still angry.

In the Galleries: Terry Furry's Vulnerable Gods

In the Galleries: Terry Furry's Vulnerable Gods

Mythology meets the digital age in Furry's work.

The Enduring Love and Exquisite Observations of Don Bachardy

The Enduring Love, Exquisite Observations of Don Bachardy

On the occasion of the publication of his new monograph, Hollywood, we talk with Don Bachardy on the rigors of observing people and of the creation of self.

Hot Sheet: September 26, 2014

Hot Sheet: Like Ben

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include Ben Whishaw in Lilting, new Kylie Minogue, and old Peter Berlin.

In the Studio: Darren Jones

In the Studio: Darren Jones

Darren Jones's subtle work is perfect for the bittersweet end of summer on Fire Island.

In the Galleries: The Erotic Tension of Charles James

In the Galleries: The Erotic Tension of Charles James

R. Couri Hay's collection of drawings — both fashion and erotic — reveal the sexuality that drove James's genius.

In the Galleries: Trans Time

In the Galleries: Trans Time

Montreal mounts its first international trans artist show.

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