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




Queer ’90’s : a Snapshot of the Watershed Decade

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A new movie Art House is always a cause for a celebration, but when it opens with such lofty plans as The Metrograph, then it’s sort of like a wet-dream for real hardcore cinephiles.  The two screen theater opened in March this year in Ludlow Street on New York’s Lower East Side and also encompasses a … Continue reading



Naz & Maalik

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Naz and Maalik are a couple of extremely likable teenage Muslim boys who have been inseparable best friends for years and are now trying coming to terms with both their sexuality and the fact that their relationship has now evolved into something more romantic and physical. After their night of passion together, we follow how this … Continue reading



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