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Firebrands and Female Artists: 'Nasty Women of the Met'

Firebrands and Female Artists: 'Nasty Women of the Met'

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 27
A new private tour by Andrew Lear at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Nasty Women of the Met," will give you all the dirt on the firebrands who toppled stereotypes and shattered glass ceilings, and the female artists who made their mark.

Ron Reyes: Finding the Hero Within

Ron Reyes: Finding the Hero Within

By Joel Martens | Mar 26
Based out of Orange County, Ron Reyes specializes in photos of men, unapologetic images that celebrate the male form... and, in particular, the gay male form.

Maine in Manhattan: Marsden Hartley Landscapes at Met Breuer

Maine in Manhattan: Marsden Hartley Landscapes at Met Breuer

By Beth J. Harpaz | Mar 22
A little bit of Maine has come to a Manhattan museum with the opening of "Marsden Hartley's Maine." And for travelers who want to see the places depicted in the paintings, there's a companion itinerary for visiting Maine.

Tom Atwood: 'Kings & Queens in Their Castles' - LGBT Americans at Home

Tom Atwood: 'Kings & Queens in Their Castles' - LGBT Americans at Home

By Jol Martens | Mar 19
Tom Atwood's photography takes you inside the lives of LGBT Americans, over 350 of them across the nation, in a way that just simply hasn't been done before.

Brooklyn Museum Highlights Georgia O'Keeffe as Style Icon

Brooklyn Museum Highlights Georgia O'Keeffe as Style Icon

Mar 18
A New York City museum is highlighting Georgia O'Keeffe's role as a style icon.

ONE Makes a DIFFArence Brings NYC Youth and Artists Together for HIV Education and Prevention

ONE Makes a DIFFArence Brings NYC Youth and Artists Together for HIV Education and Prevention

Mar 16
Using art as a powerful medium to make an impact on HIV prevention and education, professional artists and youth in NYC came together for ONE Makes a DIFFArence.

Hidden Beneath Paint, A Famed Artist's Wall Decorations

Hidden Beneath Paint, A Famed Artist's Wall Decorations

By Michael Hill | Mar 13
Not only did Thomas Cole paint the lush mountain landscapes that inspired the Hudson River School art movement of the 19th century, he also painted on the walls of his home.

Arts Benicia Presents Spheres of Influence, 8th Creative Women's Symposium

Arts Benicia Presents Spheres of Influence, 8th Creative Women's Symposium

Mar 9
On March 11, women artists will come together on Benicia, California for Spheres of Influence, 8th Creative Women's Symposium, featuring a gallery opening, musical performance by Jazz Guerilla, and panel presentation.

Rei Kawakubo Exhibit Previews in Paris

Rei Kawakubo Exhibit Previews in Paris

By Thomas Adamson | Mar 7
The Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute previewed parts of its highly-anticipated exhibit Monday honoring Comme des Garcons designer Rei Kawakubo during Paris Fashion Week.

The Flesh, Fur and Volume of Oliver Zeuke

The Flesh, Fur and Volume of Oliver Zeuke

By Robin Gray | Feb 26
Oliver Zeuke was born in December 1973 in Bavaria, close to Munich and has been living in Düsseldorf since 2007. His detailed passion makes for majestic photos of men.

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