Events

Mel Odom at Georges Berges Gallery, New York

If you happen to be in New York you gotta check this one out, it will be on till October 8th: New York City’s Georges Berges Gallery announces the debut of artist Mel Odom‘s paintings in conjunction with an adjacent one-man show by Michael Carson.  Odom’s work was recently featured on DRECK magazine and consists of […]

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Art, Photography

The Waiting Room.

By Pablo Apezteguia “Why do we always expect something that never comes? We spend our lives waiting … and while we wait we lose seconds, experiences, dreams, desires, opportunities, pleasures …   ( “ a lost desire… a wasted pleasure. “ ) and finally we experience that feeling of failure, frustration … We seek desperately to […]

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Art

YOUTH EXPLOSION: The New Bohemia

As Youth Explosion: The New Bohemia ended a couple of weeks ago we got a few questions answered by Marie Tomanova. If you missed it you will wish you hadn’t. “Czech Center New York and Marie Tomanova presented art from established and emerging artists, designers, performers and musicians who address, participate in, reflect, shape, and […]

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Art

Rainer Andreesen

Rainer Andreesen is an artist and model in New York. We were instantly taken by his talent for figurative, still life, and black and white. His paintings are modern and still reminiscent of classic masters, perfectly capturing the person portrayed.  One could say you’ve been painting all your life, how has this affected you as a […]

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Art, Events

Eric Rhein – AIDS-Vitality-Creation: an artist’s journey

On July 28th Eric Rhein gave an artist talk at the 21er Haus – Museum of Contemporary Art, in Vienna Austria. AIDS-Vitality-Creation: an artist’s journey It was a lively evening in honor of New York artist Eric Rhein who shared his creative voyage, influences, vulnerabilities, and discoveries through three decades of living with HIV. The artist addressed themes of resilience, […]

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Art, NSFW, Photography

Pacifico Silano

Pacifico Silano is a lens-based artist whose work is an investigation into lost histories of the LGBTQ community. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he received his MFA in Photography, Video & Related Media from the School of Visual Arts. His work has been exhibited internationally, including group shows at the Bronx Museum; Context, Miami; Oude Kerk, […]

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Art

“War art” and “Homosocialism”

Scott Waters is definitely one of our favourite artists and you are about to get obsessed with “war art” and “homosocialism”-the most gay of straight sub-cultures. Born in Preston, England, Scott Waters received his BFA from The University of Victoria, his MFA from York University (Toronto) and served as an Infantry soldier in the Canadian […]

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Fashion

CYBERBOY

By  Callikrati Vuyuk Our fashion editor Callikrati Vuyuk invites us in his own bedroom where he transforms into a high fashion cyberboy, using clothing and accessories from his own closet like the thrift shop Chanel and the Ray Ban eyewear, a Coocu zip culotte, italian Bertoni trousers, Replay jeans, a transparent backpack and a piece […]

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Art, Photography

hymns from the bedroom

A  work  of  photography  by  Poem  Baker “I’m  a  self-­‐taught  documentary  photographer  who  shoots  on  instinct.  since  picking  up  a  camera  about  five  years  ago,  I’ve  been  enthralled  by  the  transformative  nature  of  portraiture  in  its  power  to  both  mask  and  lay  bare  the  human  persona.  Hymns  from  the  bedroom  is  a  personal  journal  of  […]

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Art, Photography

AETERNAE

By Klaartje Lambrechts AETERNAE depicts the apparent duality of eternal life. Klaartje Lambrechts (Antwerp, 1976) captures the concept of infinity in contrast with the Zeitgeist in which, to her everything feels temporary and fleeting. Analogue to the central subject of her pictures, the genres she exploits are highly classical. The portraits and still-lives result in […]

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Art, Photography

Inside.

By Andrey Krapivin Animals burrow holes, people dig pits. Animals hide in the holes, people despise norms and fall into their pits. Animals get outside, into familiar world. People get out into space deeper than pits, where it`s darker than it was before. And so they live. The night, like a blanket that covered everything. […]

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Art, Photography

Roger Rossel

Roger Rossel has been photographing for over 10 years, taking pictures of stage arts, working with both companies and solo performers from all around the globe and has been published and exhibited worldwide. His personal work is based on identity, privacy and intimacy, working mainly with analogue cameras, developing the negatives and printing in the darkroom […]

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