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Art Exhibit in Poland Shows Auschwitz Through Inmates' Eyes

Art Exhibit in Poland Shows Auschwitz Through Inmates' Eyes

By Monika Scislowska | Jul 16
A new exhibition in southern Poland shows the brutality of the Nazi German death camp of Auschwitz through the artistic work of its inmates. Some of the artworks are being shown publicly for the first time.

Museum: John Waters Film Fest Hails Part of Collector's Gift

Museum: John Waters Film Fest Hails Part of Collector's Gift

By Janet McConnaughey | Jul 15
The New Orleans Museum of Art is about to begin a John Waters film festival to celebrate a gift of photographs and a sculpture by the movie maker.

Russia's Bolshoi Scraps Ballet 3 Days Before Premiere

Russia's Bolshoi Scraps Ballet 3 Days Before Premiere

Jul 10
Speaking to journalists Monday, Bolshoi director Vladimir Urin denied reports that the show had been scrapped because of its frank portrayal of Nureyev's gay relationships

Dali's Bones to be Exhumed in Spain for Paternity Test

Dali's Bones to be Exhumed in Spain for Paternity Test

By Aritz Parra | Jun 26
A Spanish judge on Monday ordered the remains of artist Salvador Dali to be exhumed to settle a paternity suit, despite opposition from the state-run foundation that manages the artist's estate.

Alice Austen House Designated National Site of LGBTQ History

Alice Austen House Designated National Site of LGBTQ History

Jun 15
On Tuesday, June 20 at 11 a.m., there will be a celebration at the Alice Austen House on Staten Island for the formal announcement of the designation of Alice Austen House as a national site of LGBTQ history.

SF Artists Pay Homage to Milk

SF Artists Pay Homage to Milk

By Heather Cassell | May 20
Jun Yang nine years ago moved to San Francisco and has become a successful painter, with his works displayed at various galleries and included in a number of curated art shows over the years.

'Queer Threads': New Book Highlights LGBT Fiber Artists

'Queer Threads': New Book Highlights LGBT Fiber Artists

May 19
This isn't your grandmother's crochet. A new book features 30 artists working in fiber and crafts and insightful interviews from some of today's most influential members of the LGBTQ cultural community.

Basquiat Painting Fetches Record $119.5M at New York Auction

Basquiat Painting Fetches Record $119.5M at New York Auction

May 19
A 1982 artwork by Jean-Michel Basquiat sold for a record $110.5 million at Sotheby's auction of contemporary art Thursday night.

'Marlene Dietrich: Dressed for the Image' Opens June 16 at Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery

'Marlene Dietrich: Dressed for the Image' Opens June 16 at Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery

May 17
"Marlene Dietrich: Dressed for the Image," the first major exhibition on the star in the United States, will be open at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery June 16 through April 15, 2018.

Jeff Koons Inflatable Ballerina Sculpture Unveiled in NYC

Jeff Koons Inflatable Ballerina Sculpture Unveiled in NYC

May 15
A massive inflatable ballerina created by artist Jeff Koons is the latest public art installation at New York's Rockefeller Center.

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