Topics :: GLBT artists

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A Hidden Slice of History :: The Underground LGBT Influence on 20th Century Art

FINE ARTS | By Brian Scott Lipton | Nov 19
"Gay Gotham" is more than just a chance to see some good-looking men, beautiful artwork or a clip from "West Side Story."

'The Soundsuits Are My Drag'

ART | By Sura Wood | Oct 9
The New York Times has opined that the singular creations of Nick Cave "fall squarely under the heading of 'Must Be Seen to Be Believed,'" a description that certainly applies to the gay Chicago-based artist's "Soundsuits."

Stroke of Eros

ART | By Sura Wood | Jul 31
Fantastical gay men are, politely speaking, "exercising their virilities" at the GLBT History Museum, though there's nothing polite about the sexually explicit imagery and full-frontal nudity on uninhibited display.

From A Shattered World, Out Artist Shapes, Fashions New Reality

FINE ARTS | By Bill Allen | Jun 26
Broken after watching his life partner in Colombia be murdered and two attempts made on his own life, visual artist Edwin Gil landed in Charlotte, N.C., looking for purpose and a focus which he eventually found in something else broken: Glass.

The Dating App/Cazwell Crossover

MUSIC | By Jim Gladstone | Oct 4
Sean Howell, a polymathic Phileas Fogg of the internet age, travels the world advocating for LGBT rights and net neutrality while promoting his business, the gay social app, Hornet.

'Needles and Opium' 20 Years Later - Still Alive, Still Relevant

THEATRE | By Michael Cox | Apr 6
Twenty years ago director/writer Robert Lepage and performer Marc Labrèche collaborated on a piece about obsession and hearbreak. They return to the project for a U.S. tour that begins in Boston this week. EDGE spoke to Labrèche about the project.

Mary Lambert Spills 'Secrets' With New Single and CD

CULTURE | By David-Elijah Nahmod | Aug 31
In her newly released single "Secrets," Lambert sings about her bipolar disorder, her highly dysfunctional family, and other "secrets" which she chooses to reveal. But first, an interview...

POBA Site Helps Preserve Legacies of Artists Lost to AIDS

PERSONAL TECH | By Winnie McCroy | Aug 28
The new online platform, POBA/Where the Arts Live, keeps alive the legacy of artists, some of whose early success was cut short in the early years of AIDS.

LA Lesbian Artist Ashleigh Sumner Rocks Art Space Warehouse

FASHION | By Winnie McCroy | Feb 25
L.A. artist Ashleigh Sumner is appropriating street art into her own unique, layered creations, and from downtown to the Hollywood Hills, people are beginning to snatch up her unique works.

Paris in the 1920s with Kiki de Montparnasse

FASHION | Dec 25
Roam the streets the Paris, overhear the plein-air conversations of the 20th century’s most respected writers and intellectuals, and watch new artistic movements emerge from the bohemian Left Bank, with the woman who knew it all: Kiki de Montparnasse.

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