BARNWOOD 2023 Pop-Up Queer Erotic Art Show + Sale original works from more than 30 queer artists and creators.

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  BARNWOOD Art Show + Sale is a pop-up exhibition of queer drawings, photographs, paintings, ceramics, and artwork of other mediums from dozens of artists based in New York’s Hudson Valley, New York City and beyond. Curated by Stephan Hengst and the team behind Big Gay Hudson Valley & Pink Stallion Events, BARNWOOD is a … Continue reading

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

Chen Xiangyun, the winner of The Robert Giard Grant for Emerging LGBTQ+ Photographers

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    Queer|Art, New York City’s home for the creative and professional development of LGBTQ+ artists, in partnership with The Robert Giard Foundation, has just announced the winner Chen Xiangyun  and runner-up Camilo Godoy. This year’s awarded projects celebrate the richness of intimacy within queer communities. Chen Xiangyun will receive a $10,000 cash grant to … Continue reading

Christopher Sousa INVOCATION : new work @ William Scott Galllery

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    Provincetown, at the very tip of Cape Cod, has always enjoyed worldwide recognition for having a very successful Art Colony that has fostered a whole school of art of its own.  Its traditions are firmly rooted in the remarkable landscapes in PTown’s exceptional light that seem to be the focus of so much … 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

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