You are going to swoon over this modern lesbian wedding at the Vessel Art Gallery in Oakland. Joanne and Shandra connected, like many busy people today, with the help of the internet. Once they had met in person they were hooked, although they took their time.
While LGBT arts and culture can be found in many places in Paris, from museums and art galleries to cinemas, it makes up a dedicated section of the programming or displays at some venues. Ranging from short films and animated films to documentaries, their eclectic selection gives cinemagoers the opportunity to view works that rarely find a distributor. Looking to buy an LGBT-themed book for yourself or for a friend?
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Art after Stonewall, — is the first major exhibition to examine the impact on visual culture of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer LGBTQ liberation movement sparked fifty years ago with the Stonewall Uprising. Also considered are the practices of straight-identified artists such as Alice Neel, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lynda Benglis, and Kiki Smith in terms of their engagement with the newly emerging queer subculture. Divided in two parts, the show is on view at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Artwhich primarily presents works from the s, while here at the Grey Art Gallery, art from the s is featured.
Photos by Phoenix Lindsey-Hall. Artist Phoenix Lindsey-Hall is a self-described collector, hanging on to things like photos, ticket stubs, and note scraps as reminders of the memories and relationships that shape her queer identity. Reminded of her own collection, Lindsey-Hall sought out to create a display of personal artifacts, documents, and symbols of lesbian experience, both public and private. The exhibit explores the personal and material items that commemorate lesbian life, define queer identities, and serve as collective reminders of personal queer histories.