Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat

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  There already have been several documentaries about the life of Jean-Michel Basquiat who is considered to be one of the greatest artists of the 20th Century, but Sara Driver’s new one just focuses purely on his late teenage years.  There is no discussion on his childhood in Brooklyn or how he ended up in SoHo the first place, as … Continue reading



Martin Vintner-Jackson Renaissance Man

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Renaissance man MARTIN VINTNER-JACKSON shared his passion with queerguru about Lucha Britannia, Lucha Libre Wrestling & Cabaret Siniestro Show & A.S.S just two of the projects in which he invests his creative genius.

The interview was filmed for www.queergurutv.com in East Central Studios, Hoxton by Sandy MacLennan & #DebbieSears

Portrait by Debbie Sears  and Cover photo by #AlistairVeryard



Henry Miller: Focusing on the Male Form

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  Henry Miller Fine Art has a unique collection of work that focusses on the male form that its founder has been collecting for several years.  Its permanent home is in a beautifully restored East London period home, but for the next 10 days, there is an exhibition of selected works at the Coningsby Gallery in Londons … Continue reading



Basquiat is Back on View

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  There is an important new Exhibition of one of the most influential queer artists of the 20th Century, Jean-Michel Basquiat, about to open in the Brooklyn Museum which is a real must see. Even though it actually consists of just one painting “Untitled (1982)” is one of Brooklyn-born Basquiat’s greatest works — a vibrant, colorful and raw … Continue reading



James Frederick draws the funny side of Provincetown

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As well as his serious portfolio, Provincetown artist James Frederick also likes to draw the funny side of his adopted town, and queerguru caught up with him to talk about his comics and exactly what is putting a big smile on his face these days.

The interview with Roger Walker-Dack for queerguru tv was filmed via Facetime.

 



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