Photography

The Heirs

Desireé De Stefano is an argentinian  photographer, film maker & Vj, based in Buenos Aires. ” This piece is an anthology of intimate portraits, about beings that expose themselves physically and emotionally. This characters exist in a sensual dialog between looks, in a silent exchange that aim to undress those parts of vulnerability that are […]

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Photography

Celestial Gloom

Audrey Gillespie is a young Fine art student who was born in Derry Northern Ireland and is currently living in Belfast, Northern Ireland.   “Photographing queer youth, drag and my own existential crisis with femininity my works create bold but ambient scenes, inviting the viewer to submerge into a world of emotion driven by a hazy aesthetic. […]

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Art, Photography

Boy Toy

By Alessandro Vensi Hans and Alexander Excrusio Photographer: Alessandro Vensi Hans | https://www.instagram.com/houseofhans/ Art Director: Alexander Excrusio | https://www.instagram.com/alexander_excrusio/?hl=el Model: Kristof Yen | https://www.instagram.com/kristof_xciv/ (outtake from print issue LUST)

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Photography

Queer Trans Nonbinary

By Abbey Sacks Abbey Sacks is a queer filmmaker, photographer and artist currently living in LA. Her work focuses around themes of feminism, underrepresented voices and vulnerability. “Over the past few months, I’ve been working on a photo and video series featuring queer/trans/nonbinary people. I want to capture my subjects in ways that feel authentic […]

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Art, Photography

Sunil Gupta

Born in New Delhi and educated at the Royal College of Art in London, Sunil Gupta’s more than impressive photography has managed to honestly and boldly capture queer culture for several decades and continues to do so. Today, as an artist, curator and educator he successfully pursues the questions that trouble him most. You are an […]

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Events

Exploring Queer Space

  Artists: Cristy C. Road and Luis Carle   Location: ROGUE SPACE CHELSEA 508-526 West 26 Street, room 9E-9F New York, NY. New York, NY (5 December 2016)– From December 28, 29 and 30, at The Rogue Space Chelsea  New York, NY) will be showcasing visual works by illustrator Cristy C. Road and Photographer Luis […]

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Art, Events

“What is Real”

“What is Real” (2013) Photography This project was inspired by the iconic documentary Paris is Burning which explores the lives of drag queens in 90s New York and it serves the same purpose: to celebrate people that don’t belong to society’s idea of the norm. It is harder for people who feel comfortable in 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

Greer Lankton – beautiful freaks.

What first comes to mind are lifelike sewn dolls, strange enchanting freaks. Glamorous, gender defying creatures posed in the most bizarre otherworldly window sets. Nan Goldin’s and David Wojnarowicz’s muse first became known through actual East Village window displays, the major focus of her work being on gender issues, sexuality and self-discovery. Born male in […]

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Stuff

Love x3!

Joke, Bell and Art are three Thai guys who are taking it one step further. Their gay marriage is actually a marriage of 3. They spoke to us about how they met, what love means to them, polyamory, every day life and their dreams for the future. How did you 3 meet? It started from […]

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Art, NSFW

A Conversation with Bruce LaBruce.

The talented, Toronto based, director, photographer and writer talks to Dreck Magazine about his MoMA film retrospective, his inspirations, censorship and his future projects. All images are property of Bruce LaBruce Your films were featured in a special program at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. How do you describe this experience? […]

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Art, NSFW

Slava Mogutin – The art of Provoking.

Slava Mogutin is a Russian, New York based, artist and author, working across different media, such as photography, video, text, installation, sculpture and painting. While living in Russia, he was repeatedly targeted for his writing and activism. He was eventually forced to leave his country and seek political asylum in the US. His provocative artwork […]

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