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Hymn To Apollo: The Ancient World and the Ballets Russes Institute for the Study of the Ancient World New York University, March 6–June 2, 2019 THERE IS much truth…More

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Do you need another reason to come to New York in the year of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising? If so, these three exhibits should provide one. And if you’re going to be in New York in the next month, don’t miss The Young and Evil in particular.

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It’s been 6 months since Juan Bastos’s retrospective of his California portraits (November 4-18, 2017) and the profile of him in The Gay & Lesbian Review’s Nov-Dec issue. Above…More

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This article was originally posted on www.thegamesmenplay.com, Georgette Gouveia’s blog. It is the subject of the second episode of the well-written, haunting new art historical series, “Civilizations,” now airing on PBS;…More

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CONSIDERING Boston’s reputation for Puritanism, you might expect the city’s Museum of Fine Arts to have a suitably sexless art collection. And yet, the MFA has one of the world’s…More

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David Hockney is an artist of our own time. Being openly gay and making openly homoerotic work was important to him from early in his career—even when gay relations were still illegal in the UK—and this retrospective is replete with gay themes.

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Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) is best known for her many self-portraits, 55 in all, which comprise around half of her corpus of paintings.

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