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Richard Avedon : Moving Image

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Visionaire Magazine’s co-founding editors Cecilia Dean and James Kaliardos have curated a new exhibit ‘Richard Avedon — Moving Image‘ as part of New York Fashion Week.  Held at Cadillac House, a new public space that’s located on the ground floor of the brand’s New York headquarters at 330 Hudson Street, the uniqueness of this exhibition is that … Continue reading



Broadway Baby Seth Sikes : What More Do I Need?

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  It takes more than a Covid pandemic for most ‘Broadway Babies; to stop singing Sondheim out loud even when wearing masks. Here’s one of our favorites the irrepressible Seth Sikes  with his take on “What More Do I Need”, as he cavorts around NY City……mostly keeping his distance.  His message is very clear : … Continue reading



The work of East Village photographer of the 1970’s PETER HUJAR is recognized in a new Exhibit

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  There is a new Exhibit of the work of PETER HUJAR a quintessential East Village photographer in the  1970’s and 1980’s whose stark black and white images beautifully captured a shifting generation who would soon be almost decimated by the AIDS pandemic, which would kill him too.  The show, Peter Hujar: Speed of Life, looks … Continue reading



Final Week to catch Kusama’s stunning Cosmic Nature at NYBG

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  There is just one week left to enjoy the stunning monumental floral sculptures of the genius Japanese artist Yoyal Kusama. Her large scale signature polka dot installations are on view in the New York Botanical Gardens  ….. a perfect place to display and view her iconic work.   The spotted pumpkins and psychedelic flowers … Continue reading



Never Chose A Book By Its Cover

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  queerguru always knew there were queer librarians, but we have to confess that we didn’t know that they went around in packs. Well, not literally. But Que(e)ry is their own organization and not just queer librarians, but also for information professionals and their friends and allies.    They promote the relevance and accessibility of … Continue reading



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