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Masculinities: Liberation Through Photography

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  Masculinities: Liberation Through Photography  (3.5 stars) Barbican, London til May 17th Despite its title, there’s little in the way of liberation on display in this exhibition, leaving the subtitle hanging there like a question. But perhaps that’s the point: to generate questions, debate on that complex subject of the significantly pluralized ‘masculinities’. What makes … Continue reading



Studio 54 : Night Magic. a fab new Exhibit at Brooklyn Museum

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  It’s been 40 years since Steve Rubell and his partners shuttered the legendary Studio 54 after they were jailed for tax evasion.  And even though the Club had only been opened for less than 3 years. even today it is still regarded as as pivotal part of the NY night club scene, and spoken … Continue reading



Andy Warhol @ The Tate Modern : expect to be blown away

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  Andy Warhol will be the POP star of the new show ‘Andy Warhol’ at Tate Modern in London, opening Thursday 12th March – 6th September 2020. Where he will definitely have more than, everyones, fifteen minutes of fame. It is over twenty years since there has been such an exhibition of his works in … Continue reading



KIMONO: KYOTO TO CATWALK.

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The Kimono takes centre stage at the exciting new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum  (London) opening at the end of February. The Kimono is quintessentially a garment that says Japan and could be considered their national dress. Appearing in Japan around the 1660s and originating in China it became an icon of Japanese … Continue reading



SAFE/HAVEN: Gay Life in the 1950’s Cherry Grove

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Since the 1940’s Cherry Grove, New York a small village on FIRE ISLAND has been a vacation paradise for the LGBTQ Community. The Cherry Grove Archives Collection a non-profit organisation was established to record the community’s history and is currently presenting an Exhibit SAFE/HAVEN; GAY LIFE IN THE 1950’s at Stonewall National Museum & Archives in Wilton Manors.

Queerguru spoke with the two curators Susan Kravitz and #BrianClark

https://stonewall-museum.org/
http://www.cherrygrovearchivescollection.com/
https://susankravitz.com/



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