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Can You Save Superman? A new queer Virtual Art Exhibit at the Leslie-Lohman Museum

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  We can always rely on  NY’s epicenter for queer art the  Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art to mount an excellent Exhibit that reflects hot button issues of our community.  And their current Virtual one is no different. This new powerful show from NY artist Jordan Eagles   who preserves blood and through his invented process, he … Continue reading



Loudest Whispers: queer art exhibit goes Virtual

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  LOUDEST WHISPERS  is an annual queer arts exhibition supporting the creative LGBT community in Camden, London.  They started with 14 artists in 2003 and now in their 11th Edition have attracted 52  this year.   Just before the COVID 19 Lockdown hit everyone’s plans,  queer filmmaker Darren Brade made this video about the Exhibit. It … Continue reading



Touching History: Stonewall 50: Palm Springs Art Museum

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  As 2019 draws to an end there is still plenty of to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots which changed the landscape for the LGBTQ community for ever,  In California at the Palm Springs Art Museum  their exhibit ‘TOUCHING HISTORY: STONEWALL 50  that commemorates the event ,will be on view until March … Continue reading



NOBODY PROMISED YOU TOMORROW : ART 50 YEARS AFTER STONEWALL @ Brooklyn Museum

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  The Brooklyn Museum’s Exhibit NOBODY PROMISED YOU TOMORROW : ART 50 YEARS AFTER STONEWALL is on view until December 8th  2019.   It commemorates the 50th anniversary of Stonewall riots and explores its profound legacy within contemporary art and visual culture today. The title of the Exhibit uses the words of the transgender activist/artist Marsha … Continue reading



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