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¡HOLAPAPI! • JOHN PAUL BRAMMER ANSWERS YOUR MOST PRESSING QUESTIONS IN THIS MONTHLY COLUMN.
GENRE BINARY • The playwright Jeremy O. Harris urges us to reconsider what it means for an artwork to be “queer.”
THIRST TRAP • A HOT PERSON EXPLAINS A COMPLICATED TOPIC. THIS MONTH, RAKEEM CUNNINGHAM EXPLAINS HOW HIS INDUSTRY HAS ERASED BLACK ART.
POSITIVE FIGURES • DEVIN N. MORRIS’S WORK, COMPOSED OF FOUND OBJECTS AND BOLD COLORS, IS PART OF A LONG LEGACY OF HIV-POSITIVE ARTISTS PUTTING THEIR OWN BODIES ON THE LINE.
MISSION: COLLECTING • HOW CAN A BEGINNER ART COLLECTOR BEST SUPPORT THE LABOR OF LGBTQ+ CREATIVES? FOR THESE INDUSTRY INSIDERS, IT’S A MATTER OF INTENT.
HIRSTORY LESSONS • ARTIST CHRIS E. VARGAS IS COMPILING A TRANS CANON WITH HIS TRAVELING MUSEUM.
CITY MUSE • KEITH HARING’S WORK IS KNOWN WORLD-WIDE—BUT ITS ORIGINS IN THE QUEER BLACK AND BROWN CULTURE OF DOWNTOWN NEW YORK HAVEN’T MADE IT AS FAR.
REST IN POWER, BARBARA • THE CANONICAL LESBIAN ARTIST INSPIRED A GENERATION. A.K. BURNS PAYS HOMAGE TO HAMMER’S BODY OF WORK.
TO MOONLIGHT AND BEYOND • FOR OSCAR-WINNING TARELL ALVIN MCCRANEY, BLACK QUEER ART IS ALL ABOUT COMMUNITY.
THE QUEER CREATIVE CLASS • The emerging makers who are taking the art world by storm.
BEAD IT UP
OUT ON THE TOWN • Five exhibitions not to miss this season.
HEAR THE BELL • How did Ruth Bell, a self-proclaimed “soft butch” lesbian who grew up loathing fashion, become one of the industry’s top supermodels?
The Hot Seat • For visual activist Zanele Muholi, coming of age in South Africa’s Apartheid era wasn’t easy—And neither is setting the path for the next generation of Black LGBTQ+ folk.
Dance, Revolution • Thirty years after his death, Alvin Ailey is still inspiring—and his legacy lives on in the current cast of Ailey II.
SETTING UP CAMP • Andrew Bolton reflects on fashion’s biggest showcase of the year, which promises to be gayer than ever before.
The Gaze • WHO GETS TO APPEAR IN ART? WHO GETS TO MAKE ART? WHO GETS TO BUY ART? AN INVESTIGATION.
CAUGHT IN THEIR GAZE • TRANSFEMININE ARTISTS ARE TIRED OF PLAYING THE MUSE.
ART FOR OUR SAKE • WHAT DOES THE COMMODIFICATION OF ART LOOK LIKE WHEN THERE IS SO MUCH MONEY IN THE INDUSTRY TO BEGIN WITH?
COME ONE, COME ALL • HOW QUEER ARTISTS ARE LEVELING THE SCALES FOR THE GENERATIONS COMING BEHIND THEM.