With the reopening of an expanded Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art today, the museum's director discusses what it means to bring one of the world's most significant queer art collections together under one roof.
A look back at the history of LBGTQ clubbing from disco to AIDS—through the lens of visual art.
"The world should end and then there should be a disco song," says video artist Charles Atlas.
I asked him about his life in southern Louisiana and why he decided to paint Lana Del Rey and Bobby Womack singing together on the moon.
The weapons have gone from a police evidence room to gallery walls.
We talked about sexuality, racism, history, the policing of black men's bodies.
Brice Dellsperger’s extensive series uses cinema as found material, which can be manipulated, perverted, and subverted. We talked to the French video artist about his provocative use of camp and drag.
We talked to Nicole Reber about her new exhibition of politically charged Hawaiian shirts.
Twenty-five years ago this month, on July 4, 1989, video artist Nelson Sullivan suddenly died of a heart attack, leaving behind almost 1,200 hours of footage of the now iconic and heavily romanticized Downtown New York scene.