Wolfgang Tillmans Is Holding an Artist Poster Sale to Support Queer Nightlife in NYC
by Liam Hess
Peter Hujar Captured His Lover and Friends in These Subversive Photographs
Peter Hujar’s Illicit Photographs of New York’s Cruising Utopia
In a new online exhibition, we are confronted with two Hujars: the studio photographer who captured his community; and the flaneur who cruised New York’s West Side
TEXT: Osman Can Yerebakan
Good News: The Barbican’s Masculinities Exhibition Has Been Extended
The London institution has announced that it will open its doors again later this month
by Belle Hutton
The online Peter Hujar exhibition you need to see now
Pace Gallery’s ‘Peter Hujar: Cruising Utopia’ combines unreleased images from the late photographer’s archive with some of his best-known portraits.
Rarely seen Peter Hujar photographs feature in this online exhibition
Cruising Utopia delves into the photographer’s archives – from his intimate studio portraits to NYC’s incredible queer community in the 70s and 80s
PETER HUJAR CAPTURES QUEER BLISS IN “CRUISING UTOPIA”
IN A NEW DIGITAL EXHIBITION AT PACE GALLERY, PHOTOGRAPHER PETER HUJAR EXPLORES THE WORLD OF QUEER CRUISING.
By WALLACE LUDEL
Pace Gallery shuts down homophobic slurs on Instagram over Peter Hujar photographs
In Pride Month post, gallery speaks out against “individuals who wish to degrade marginalised communities”
See Peter Hujar’s Portraits of a Long-Ago Queer Downtown
By Trupti Rami
Take a Virtual Tour Through This “Art after Stonewall” Exhibition
The 1969 uprising in New York City changed the art world—and the world at large—forever.
Peter Hujar: the legacy, life, and loves of the bohemian photographer
Peter Hujar Foundation director and friend Stephen Koch reflects on the photographer’s illustrious career and tense friendships with Robert Mapplethorpe and Diane Arbus
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The changing face of the ideal man
The ideal man is an archetype that changes with the times. A new Barbican exhibition asks – what does he look like, then and now?
by Yo Zushi