Brit actor Russell Tovey & Gallerist Robert Diament talk Queer Art

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  Missing out on being able to go to galleries and museums to check art?  So are we, but London’s National Portrait Gallery are doing their best to ensure we can at least get a ‘fix’ during Lockdown They invited Talk Art hosts, Brit heartthrob actor Russell Tovey and Gallerist Robert Diament to discuss some … Continue reading

Christopher Sousa: New Work

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  Despite Provincetown’s significant LGBT community and also its reputation as a major art colony, there is in fact barely a handful of local artists producing good queer art. We  have already featured a couple this year :James Frederick and Gaston Lacombe who are having very successful seasons,  but they are relative newcomers compared to … Continue reading

Major Queer Art Shows in 2019 : Mapplethorpe, Kahlo & Haring

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  N.Y’s Guggenheim Museum kicks off the new year with a two part retrospective of legendary  Robert Mapplethorpe that will last unril next January .   Entitled  IMPLICIT TENSIONS ; MAPPLETHORPE NOW, The first phase of the exhibition will feature an installation of highlights from the Guggenheim’s rich collection of Mapplethorpe holdings, including selections from the … Continue reading

Pride In London FIFTY TWO : celebrating queer art

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Pride in London has mounted Fifty-Two, a digital exhibition featuring dynamic and thought-provoking work from a wide range of LGBT+ visual artists. Selected by a team of panellists and curated by queer-artist extraordinaire Dusty O, Fifty-Two brings together artworks from a variety of mediums to showcase the raw emotion and challenging stories at the heart of the queer … Continue reading

Queer Art in London 2020 : Save The Dates

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The House of Illustration is marking the centenary of the birth gay cultural icon Tom of Finland (born Touko Laaksonen)  with the UK”s  first public Exhibition dedicated  to his work Called Tom of Finland : Love and Liberation it will celebrate the artist whose unique aesthetic and homoerotic visions had a profound impact on the … Continue reading

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