Andy Warhol's Eye Candy

Andy's Eye Candy

Some sweet and delicious Warhol work goes up for auction to benefit the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

Fleet Week Special: Swabbie Art

Fleet Week Special: Swabbie Art

Everyone loves sailors right? Here are some photos and art to remind you why in celebration of Fleet Week in NYC.

PHOTOS: The Best of the Homoerotic Fass-Avoy 'X-Men' Fan Art

PHOTOS: The Best of the Homoerotic 'Cherik' X-Men Fan Art

From the sexy to the sweet, we’ve collected some of the best homoerotic fan art of X-Men actors James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender as Charles Xavier and Erik 'Magneto' Lehnsherr to celebrate the upcoming release of X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Artist Spotlight: John Simone

Artist Spotlight: John Simone

Deemed the official photographer of the Club Kid scene of the '80s, John Simone lived the life with the 'fabulous nobodies' who ruled the New York late-night world.

Artist Spotlight: Taner Ceylan

Artist Spotlight: Taner Ceylan

Ceylan's technical proficiency is so dazzling that you might miss the outspoken content of his work.

PHOTOS: Jack Pierson's Tomorrow's Man

PHOTOS: Jack Pierson's Tomorrow's Man

His new book free associates images from his collection with pop culture for a dizzy but satisfying result.

Rare Warhol Art, His First Digital Works, Surfaces

Rare Warhol Art, His First Digital Works, Surfaces

The Andy Warhol Museum has discovered art experiments created by Warhol on an Amiga computer in 1985.

An Unexpected Dialogue: Mapplethorpe and Rodin

An Unexpected Dialogue: Rodin and Mapplethorpe

Robert Mapplethorpe and Auguste Rodin had seemingly little in common as artists, but shared themes emerge in a new exhibition.

The Passion of Christ: A Gay Vision

The Passion of Christ: A Gay Vision

Artist Doug Blanchard's haunting contemporary paintings of the Passion of Christ are an emotional reminder of the courage it takes to resist the powers that be.

PHOTOS: Diego Tolomelli and the Stain of Original Sin

Diego Tolomelli and the Stain of Original Sin

Tolomelli's luscious stained-glass works stir the passions of the spirit as well as those of the flesh.

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