Hot Sheet: Sexy, Evil Spartacus
BY Advocate.com Editors
April 12 2013 2:48 PM ET
7. ART: “Paul Thek and His Circle in the 1950s”
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art exhibits the groundbreaking early work of Paul Thek, a gay painter, sculptor, and installation artist who became famous in the 1960s for his “meat pieces,” slabs of realistic-looking flesh encased in plastic. The earlier efforts showcased at Leslie-Lohman, however, are both sensitive and frankly sexual. The show also includes the work of friends and lovers who influenced and were influenced by Thek. There’s an opening reception tonight at the New York City museum, and the exhibit continues through July 7.
- Pride at Work Tells HRC: ‘Enough Is Enough’
- WATCH: Antigay Ky. Clerk Inadvertently Married This Queer Couple
- WATCH: How This 12-Year-Old Lacrosse Player Found His Courage
- 60 Music Videos That Raised LGBT Visibility
- 5 Most Disappointing Things We Learned About HRC's 'White Men's Club'
- Artist Spotlight: Jamil Hellu