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The country is in a fervor over founding fathers ever since Hamilton blew us all away (and that little thing this…

One of the LGBT communities most prized cultural institutions, the Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, is holding a star-studded gala to ensure…

Inspired by the late-Renaissance heroes, New Zealand–born Owen Dipple created a gorgeous mural that combines Keith Haring’s “Radiant Baby” with…

Blood that could have been used to save lives was used to create a beautiful piece of art. In protest…

One of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Andy Warhol, was at the forefront of the Pop Art…

Inspired by the creative and activist responses to the  censorship of Robert Mapplethorpe’s art in the 1980s and 1990s and…

Starting in the late 19th-century, long before television and radio advertising, artful posters enticed, if not seduced, consumers to discover…

You may see a tree, but Parisians are seeing a massive sex toy! It’s like a 3D Rorschach Test in…

Since one of America’s most famous inmates, Bradley Manning, officially began living as Chelsea Manning, there has been only one grain…

We went to the Blondie Exhibit in Chelsea last night—amazing! If you’re in New York City, make sure to stop…

A stamp in Finland that celebrates the life of the late artist Tom of Finland (Touko Laaksonen) has become the country’s…

“Art Everywhere US,” a campaign that exhibits images of great American art in public spaces, launched on Aug. 4 in…

An archaeologist working on the Aegean island of Astypalaia found made an unusual discovery while exploring the limestone rocks that line…

For almost two decades artists from over 40 nations have been converging on a small town in Austria to compete for…

Looking for a great new exhibit in New York City? Look no further. With a limited engagement running through May 24,…

Join photographer Joel Benjamin on May 16 for the opening reception of his exciting exhibition at the Boston Center for…

Hidden for decades, pixilated “computer art” by Andy Warhol has surfaced when an Andy Warhol Museum employee decided to find out…

  Finland is celebrating the life of the late artist Tom of Finland (Touko Laaksonen) by releasing commemorative stamps in…

Time to debunk stereotypical notions of what makes a cowboy. At the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in…

Taking place at New York’s 80WSE Gallery, there is a live excavation of unknown photos by legendary photographer Bob Mizer, whose work spans…

Banksy has transformed an unremarkable oil painting of a bucolic landscape purchased at a thrift store into an art piece…

A photographer has compiled an exhibit of thought-provoking vintage photographs showing same-sex affection in a commentary on homosexual tendencies through…

  Tyler Rollins Fine Art in New York City presents “Spirit Landscapes,” a major new body of work comprising five different…

In its second year, The Queer New York International Art Festival is an unconventional 12-day festival of contemporary performance and…

At 80, iconic artist Yoko Ono, like her art, continues to be provocative, moving, and effortlessly unconventional.  Beginning this November…

Pope Francis has been making small strides in opening up the conversation about gay rights lately on behalf of the…

Did you touch down in DC just as Congress managed to shut down the entire city? Chances are, their bickering…

The male body is on full display in France. A new exhibit titled Masculine/Masculine has just opened at Musee d’Orsay…

“My goal is to show by the example of secretprojectrevolution my creative commitment to inspire change in the world through artistic expression,”…

A Russian artist who caused a stir this week in Russia by painting President Putin in lingerie has fled the…