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Stepping out of a binary – celebrating the art of marginalized LGBT Muslims

In the aftermath of the Orlando terror attack – the deadliest incident of violence against LGBT people in American history – queer…
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The Queer Artist Seeking ‘Beautiful Unconscious Courage’ In Her Subjects

“The capacity of resistance, as a teenager, fascinates me,” says Camille Rouzaud, whose raw, intimate work spotlights subjects that embody a…
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This Photo Series Spotlights the Queer Millennial Scene in Post-María Puerto Rico

When Hurricane María ravaged the Caribbean, it destroyed electrical grids, homes, agriculture, and anything else in its path. But the…
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500 Women Sign Open Letter Condemning Sexual Harassment in the Art World

Hundreds of artists have signed a letter condemning Knight Landesman, the publisher of Artforum, who resigned last Wednesday after being accused of sexual harassment by…
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Félix D’Eon is Erasing Queer Shame Through Illustration

Félix D’Eon has long been fascinated with art history, reveling in everything from Edwardian fashion and the golden-era of American comics,…
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Helmut Lang Launches Walter Pfeiffer Capsule

Helmut Lang under the brand’s editor-in-residence Isabella Burley has already proven to be a potent refresh, having tapped Hood By Air’s…
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AIDS crisis artworks installed at London Underground stations

The London Underground network features artwork referencing the HIV/AIDS crisis. Transport for London unveiled the works, from the late Australian…
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‘Museum of Sex’ Exhibition Highlights LGBTQ Life in Peru

The Museum of Sex (MoSex) offers visitors everything one may expect from their scintillating yet simplistic moniker. Yet, the Flatiron District…
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Why Frankenstein and his Monster Haunts Queer Art

“I HAVE FOUND IT!” Mary Shelley remembered thinking when she awoke from a fateful nightmare in the summer of 1816…
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The Artists Channeling Beauty & Rage Into Their Art Project

In the spring of 1895, Oscar Wilde, the renowned Irish writer and aesthete, was tried for and found guilty of…

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