Opening Reception for the Artists: August 24th, 4 - 7pm. Ruthie Windsor-Mann. Shawn Ireland.
The art community and gay community co-exist and together provide much of the bohemian feel that is Puerto Vallarta. The first gallery opened in the early 80's, and now there are 30 some galleries. Art of every description is exhibited in this beautiful city, from bohemian to Huichol, expressionistic to figurative.
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Photo courtesy Hirshhorn. All exhibits run through March Touchstone Gallery New York Ave. Exposed D.
Commercial Street is filled with galleries at least forty of them and is very dynamic in the months of summer; at these galleries, you can find a variety of fine art by local artists, but also national and international ones. Not to miss are the art openings every Friday night, the perfect occasion to meet the artists, collectors, and gallery owners — in a relaxed atmosphere with a glass of wine in hand. Once inside, the exciting and resplendent artwork beckons collectors to walk slowly through its warm and cozy interior to take in each and every painting along the way.
Amsterdam features more than a hundred galleries. And art is starting to become more and more being exhibited in regular stores. Only a few of the galleries explicitly support art made by gay artists.
Gay Utopia is an online symposium devoted to exploring that ideal realm in which gender, sexuality, and identity dissolve. It includes poetry, artwork, comics, personal essays, reviews, fiction, drama, slash, and more by Ursula K. A private foundation devoted to providing direct support to contemporary artists.
The artists we represent at Gallery XO make up a diverse collection of art and styles. We hope you enjoy your tour of our site. Please stop in and visit us at our gallery located at Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors, Florida or call us at
The 25th anniversary of gay liberation this week has been ignored by New York's major art museums, but a few other public institutions and art galleries have picked up the slack with exhibitions on gay and lesbian themes. Some of the shows are solo exhibitions; most are large, ad hoc group gatherings that would have profited from judicious nips and tucks. Yet even when overcrowded and wildly uneven in quality, the shows' wealth of individual voices demonstrates why the gay presence has so long been a catalytic force in this city's visual culture. The New York Public Library.