Visual Arts 2018

Visual Arts 2018

David Wojnarowicz: Artist

History Keeps Me Awake at Night A New Exhibit at the Whitney Illuminates the Brutal, Provocative Outsider Art of David Wojnarowicz by Hank Trout Born in Red...

Dan Nicoletta: Artist

Storyteller LGBT San Francisco by Dan Nicoletta chronicles more than four decades of Queer joy, tragedy by Hank Trout When Dan Nicoletta moved to San Francisco in...

Barbara Romain, Alexandria Allan, Kurt Weston: Artists

Remembering Without Flinching Three Artists’ Work Commemorates Those Lost to AIDS in Their Prime by Hank Trout One cannot help wondering whether, in 1988, when James W....

David Spiher: Artist

The Prickliness of Life Artist David Spiher Documents the Struggles and Triumphs of Love & Loss by Hank Trout David Spiher certainly knows the prickliness of life....

Suzanne Poli: Artist

Record of Empathy Photograpaher Suzanne Poli Talks About Documenting the History of LGBT Struggles from Stonewall to AIDS by Lester Strong The June 1969 Stonewall riots in...

Marcelo Maia: Artist

Writing with Light Photographer Marcelo Maia Explores the Healing Abilities of Nature & Music, and Intersections of Sex and Money, Race & Power by Lester Strong Marcelo...

David Zaintz: Artist

Local Treasure Artist David Zaintz Talks About Making Paintings and Confronting AIDS in the Desert Southwest by Lester Strong Disc jockey, masseur, graphic and interior designer, artists’...

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Violet Holdings: An Interview with Hugh Ryan

Violet Holdings An NYU Special Collections Exhibit to Commemorate Stonewall 50, and a Display of AIDS Memorial Quilt Panels, Help to Honor AIDS Activism &...

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