The Minimalist Magic of Andy Onderdonx | Video

  VICE, you are doing things right! “In this episode of Like Art, we visit eclectic artist/curator Andy Onderdonx at his remote hideaway in northern New York. Inspired by minimalist art from the 1960s, Onderdonx works from his home and studio, rediscovering forgotten artists in his archive, and sharing them on his popular Instagram page, […]


Meet Artist Yvon Raphael, You Will Be Highly Entertained and Turned On (Yes, I Said That)

  We Are Moon House, Artist Management and Video Production house, have brought Australian artist Yoann Parejaa into our radar and we are thankful. We Are Moon House writes, “This episode is very special to us featuring our very dear friend Yoann Parejaa who has a remarkable gift that many people should see. He has a big heart and beautiful […]


SFMOMA | Performance in Progress Group Show

  Desirée Holman, Naomi Rincón Gallardo, and Jacolby Satterwhite Performance in Progress commissions local, national, and international artists to present groundbreaking live work and offers a platform for artists and audiences to come together to examine the creative process. The artists in this season — Desirée Holman, Naomi Rincón Gallardo, and Jacolby Satterwhite — draw on […]


Tom of Finland Store Official Launch

cultureEDIT is proud to announce the launch of TOMOFFINLANDSTORE.COM, the official online store for all things TOM, offering products and collections developed in collaboration between Tom of Finland Foundation and leading brands in fashion, art, design and publishing. As one of the world’s most influential artists, Tom of Finland (Touko Laaksonen, Finnish, 1920-1991) is the […]

Art Queer News

“Call Me a Ghost” | Erotic Film About Melancholy by Noel Alejandro | NSFW

  Noel Alejandro releases “Call Me a Ghost”, an erotic film about melancholy BARCELONA​ – Alternative gay porn director Noel Alejandro is proud to announce the release of his first drama-psychological erotic film, “Call Me a Ghost”. In Alejandro’s protagonist’s life, something seems to be permanently out of place. He is intelligent, attractive and talented – however this […]

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Meet Toronto’s Queer Songbook Orchestra

  Queer Songbook Orchestra is Toronto-based 12-piece ensemble of queer and allied musicians. They are taking a look at popular songs and revealing the backstories and personal narratives of queer artists who never had a chance to communicate what their work really meant to them. To learn more about the QSO, please visit In […]

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Hunky Children’s Author Daniel White is a ‘Big Kid’ | Photos by Joe Mazza

Check out Part 1 of San Francisco based photographer Joe Mazza‘s series with Daniel White.  “The Big Kid.” Absolutely adorable guy and stunning images that we have become accustomed to by the talented Mazza. Photos by Joe Mazza  instagram – twitter – facebook Daniel White is a Children’s author, worker outer, music writer, pop punk lyfer, cartoon watcher, & a big ole gay […]

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Food & Gay Culture Magazine Mouthfeel Launches Awesome “Coffee Issue”

  Including an investigative report on the disappearance of legendary adult film star Buck Hayes, the Coffee Issue features a concentrated brew of long-form profiles, in-depth interviews and original art—forging the unique intersection between the worlds of food, art and pornography. Mouthfeel Magazine launches its first ever Coffee Issue, with anchor feature “Coffee with Buck Hayes” (the untold story […]


New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art Just Released 375,000 Free Images For You!

   OUT reports — Under the license designation Creative Commons Zero (CCo), the Met updated its Open Access Policy, so that a range of digital images could be created, organized and disseminated under two categories: images believed to be public domain and images under copyright. “Our comprehensive and diverse museum collection spans 5,000 years of world culture,” said Met […]


Andy Warhol Cans Mystery Mini Series Available at Kidrobot

Andy Warhol and Kidrobot meet to create a limited edition Andy Warhol Campbell’s Soup Can Series. Packaged in an iconic Andy Warhol Campbell’s soup “can”, this blind can series will contain either a mystery vinyl or plush Andy Warhol item. Collect the set and you too can earn your 15 minutes of fame. Find here

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MoMA Opens Free, Safe Space for LGBTQ-Identifying Teens

  The New York institution is partnering with Open Art Space to provide a free weekly drop-in where LGBTQ-identifying teens and their allies can create and learn together   Dazed reports — For the most part, the world is very angry right now. We are protesting, striking, marching, writing, live streaming, and yet, we can barely keep up with the […]

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NSFW | Graphic Art Film Exploring Hanky Codes in 1970s San Francisco

   Filmmaking duo based in London, Brian Fairbairn and Karl Eccleston, have really spelled out the hanky codes for you in this artful new NSFW video. Definitely nothing held back. An anthropological study of gay semiotics, taxonomies, and sexual behaviours. Directed by Brian Fairbairn and Karl Eccleston Featuring Rowland, Harry Clayton-Wright, JD Dean, Drew Kingston, Brendan Maclean, and […]


“Candy Crush” | Art Film Starring Brooke Candy

“Candy Crush”  premiered on OUT  and it’s freaky just how I like it. The Last Impresario Director Gracie Otto has joined forces with Australian photographer Thom Kerr to create a surreal short fashion film, Candy Crush, featuring “Opulence” pop performer Brooke Candy. The visual, shot at San Luis Obispo’s Madonna Inn, follows the story of a hotel employee wistfully musing about […]

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John Lydon to Release “Mr Rotten’s Songbook” | Release Date MARCH 31, 2017

CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF SONGWRITING ACROSS THE SEX PISTOLS AND PUBLIC IMAGE LTD (PiL) MARCH 31, 2017   In celebration of 40 years of songwriting across both the SEX PISTOLS and PUBLIC IMAGE LTD (PiL) eras, JOHN LYDON is delighted to announce the personal and truly exclusive publication of MR ROTTEN’S SONGBOOK. Due out March 31, 2017 and limited to 1000 copies, MR ROTTEN’S SONGBOOK is available to pre-order […]

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Meet ‘Queer as Fuck’ British Fashion & Textile Designer Yamuna Forzani (NSFW)

Consider me 100% fascinated with Yamuna Forzani Yamuna Forzani is a British fashion and textile designer who recently graduated from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. The collection consists in full knitted suits, knitted swings, hand tufted carpets, hand woven Chanel inspired suits and lots of socks! “I want to live in a queer utopia, I want […]

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Frameline Launches Monthly Online Global Film Series Emphasizing LGBTQ Youth, Elders, POC, and Transgender Community: Frameline Voices

Fantastic news! Each month, an LGBTQ film featuring underserved queer communities will be highlighted on YouTube as part of a Frameline Voices relaunch for 2017.  SAN FRANCISCO, CA- Frameline, a San-Francisco based media arts non-profit and host to the longest-running, largest, and most widely recognized LGBTQ film exhibition event in the world, launches a monthly film initiative highlighting underserved […]

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“THE LURE” – A Mermaid Horror Musical Comedy

        Nothing strange going on here. Move along… Dazed  reports — On January 9, 1493, Christopher Columbus saw mermaids on a voyage sailing near the Dominican Republic. He jotted down that they were “not half as beautiful as they are painted.” In reality, the Italian explorer spotted a couple of tubby manatees. Mermaids have been […]


Studio Visit with Scruffy Light Sculptor Jerrod Littlejohn | Watch Video

When most of us walk through the forest we see dead branches. Not artist Jerrod Littlejohn, he sees art and possible lightening fixtures. Watch the short enchanting film below about Jerrod and his work. Jerrod Littlejohn is Los Angeles based production designer and builder. An avid outdoorsman, Jerrod pulls inspiration from his love of the wild to […]


Death Grips’ MC Ride Hosting Solo Art Exhibition at Los Angeles’ Slow Culture | January 7th

  “Stefan Burnett (aka Death Grips’ MC Ride) has announced a new solo art exhibition, as Spin points out. The show (called Solo Exhibition) opens on January 7 at Los Angeles’ Slow Culture, and runs until January 28. According to the gallery’s listing, it is his first solo showcase. Burnett has been selling acrylic paintings on his personal website since the beginning of 2016.” PF Stefan […]

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Check Out Peculiar Objects from Andy Warhol’s Personal Archive

  When thinking about one of a kind artists, Andy Warhol pops to the top of my list. Artist Adam Milner dug through the Pop Art icon’s personal possessions to create an unexpectedly moving show at the Andy Warhol Museum. “Remains” runs until January 15 at The Warhol in Pittsburgh. “A Sister History” runs until mid-January at Galería Mascota in […]

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Call Out For Transgender Artists by Stacked Deck Press

Stacked Deck Press is looking for submissions for an upcoming anthology of trans comics. Stacked Deck Press is the force behind such releases as the surreal yet autobiographical Primahood: Magenta and Queer Heroes Coloring Book, which features icons like John Waters, Frida Kahlo, Tom of Finland and James Baldwin, each drawn by a different queer artist.   It’s […]

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Ten Queer Reimaginings of New York’s “Gay Liberation Monument”

Above photo:  Ken Gonzales-Day’s interdisciplinary and conceptually-grounded projects consider the history of photography, the construction of race, and the limits of representational systems ranging from the lynching photograph to museum display. Gonzales-Day’s photographs have been exhibited at the Generali Foundation, The Getty, LACMA, LAXART, New Museum, Palais de Tokyo, and Smithsonian Institution, among others. His books include Lynching […]

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SILENCE! The Musical | The Unauthorized Parody of “Silence of the Lambs” Coming to San Francisco

  Cloud 9 Theatricals, in association with Lang Entertainment Group and Ray of Light Theatre present the San Francisco premiere of SILENCE! The Musical The “subversively funny and deliciously tasty” award-winning musical parody begins Thursday, January 26 at San Francisco’s historic Victoria Theatre SAN FRANCISCO — Cloud 9 Theatricals, in association with Lang Entertainment Group and Ray of Light […]


Queer “Perversion Therapy” Exhibition Opens January 2017 | Washington, DC

Above image: Thong Dungeon, 2015 Acrylic on paper 22″x30″ by Eames Armstrong EAMES ARMSTRONG & JOHN MOLETRESS PERVERSION THERAPY January 14 – February 4, 2017 Opening reception & performance: Friday, January 13 from 6-9pm Performance event: Wednesday, January 18 from 7-9pm WASHINGTON, DC – CulturalDC is pleased to present Perversion Therapy by Eames Armstrong and John Moletress from January 14 through February 4 at Flashpoint Gallery. Opening a […]