On Christopher Street : Transgender Stories

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For the past two years New York award-winning celebrity photographer Mark Seliger has been taking photographs that tell the stories of transgender people who live in his West Village neighborhood.  Seliger said he would approach people he met on the street with a very simple pitch: “I’m working on a body of work and a … Continue reading



Off The Rails

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Adam Irving’s directorial debut is the undeniably sad story of 50 year old Darius McCollum whose obsession with the trains and buses of NY’s transit system has resulted in him spending over half his adult life behind prison bars. McCollum has Aspergers syndrome and like other sufferers on the spectrum, his way of coping is … Continue reading



Balletboyz will be Back in Town

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The celebrated Brit all-male contemporary dance company BalletBoyz are heading back here to the US and Canada next spring touring with their new production ‘Life’ which has been garnering high praise from all the London critics. When reviewing the two part program, one wrote “it is rare to find extremes of grace and eccentricity in … Continue reading



Agnes Martin Retrospective @ The Guggenheim

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A major retrospective of the work of the celebrated abstract impressionist American artist Agnes Martin has just opened at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.   Martin, who many considered a minimalist, was a rather complex and intensely private person.  Born in Canada, she didn’t in fact starting painting until she was in her 30’s … Continue reading



Gay Gotham: Art and Underground Culture in New York

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Gay Gotham: Art and Underground Culture in New York a new exhibition that opened last week at the Museum of the City of New York looks at how the marginalization of LGBT people in the 1920’s – 1990’s also gave rise to a great deal of creativity. The show looks at queer networks that grew in … Continue reading



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