Entertainment :: Fine Arts
Sometime life imitates art, and when that happens, it is impossible not to pay attention. This time it was the work of a combat photographer who captured an agonizing cry that has been immortalized in a digital version of the world’s most famous scream.
The exhibition, now at the San Francisco Main Library Gallery, brings its subject to life on the centennial of his birth, and illuminates the intersection of activism and personal biography, political conscience and humanity.
In a new Keith Haring exhibition that focuses on the late artist’s early career, Haring’s creative energy is instantly felt through his seemingly pulsating kaleidoscope-like designs.
’Art + Sin’ brings 3 decades of Black Party posters, Robert Zash’s portraits of party attendees, original artwork & artists together to celebrate this rite of spring for one night only, Thursday, March 8, at NYC’s LGBT Center.
Canada’s Royal Mint called upon Toronto-based artist Gary Taxali to design six coins for the country, and one of the quarters is a genderless-wedding themed, celebrating same-sex marriage.
David Hockney, whose paintings of beautiful boys in shimmering Los Angeles swimming pools have become icons & who is considered Britain’s greatest living artist, has been named to the ultra-prestigious Order of Merit in the Queen’s New Year’s Honors List.
After two sold-out seasons in Ptown, this two-(wo)man review of contemporary dance divas has more energy than any 4 Broadway shows. Backed by 4 dancers, terrific choreography & split-second timing, it had the audience cheering throughout. So will you.
His paintings are among the most well-known in the world, just like the story of his life and death: Vincent van Gogh was a troubled genius who killed himself.
Matinée and photographer Rick Day want you to come out and play this Saturday night to celebrate the launch of the new book by Rick Day..."Players Two"! Ready to score?
LGBT photographers Cathy Cade & Joan E. Biren join curators Ilana Eloit & Jonathan D. Katz on September 15 at the Leslie/Lohman Museum for a panel on the exhibit, "Lesbians Seeing Lesbians: Building Community in Early Feminist Photography."