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

DAVID BOWIE IS finally gets to Brooklyn

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The smash hit DAVID BOWIE IS Exhibit,  the first international retrospective of the extraordinary career of David Bowie, which started its journey in 2013 at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum  and has been touring ever since, makes its final stop at the Brooklyn Museum on 2 March  2018. It features 300 objects including handwritten lyrics, original … Continue reading

Hugh Ryan: Brooklyn and the Birth of America’s Queer Life

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  When Historian, Curator, and Author HUGH RYAN  wrote WHEN BROOKLYN WAS QUEER, he found a thousand great images that couldn’t fit in the book. On Jan 16th, thanks to Oscar Wilde Tours, he’ll be showing them off and discussing “Brooklyn and the Birth of America’s Queer Life!”   Ryan will take you on a tour of … Continue reading

Kadar Small’s intimate photo series explores queer PDA

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  23-year-old Brooklyn-based photographer and videographer Kadar Small identifies as bisexual has an amazing knack for capturing private moments in not-so-private spaces. He established himself as New York’s go-to nightlife photographer by being the man behind the lens at Dick Appointment, Kenni Javon’s queer black rave series in New York. In his latest project, P.D.A, Kadar … Continue reading

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