Dazed – July 2019

Photographers creating work through the queer gaze

In the Hayward Gallery’s new show, over 30 international artists interrogate the idea of the male gaze by forging an alternative


The Art Newspaper – July 2019

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From a travelling survey show on Stonewall to bronze sculptures of everyday objects

by Gareth Harris and Victoria Stapley-Brown


Washington Post – June 2019

LGBT artists sent messages from the closet to survive before Stonewall. Now, homophobes are coopting the technique.

by Philip Kennicott


Bloomberg – June 2019

Gay Art Auctions: Does the Label Help or Hurt an Artist’s Market?

Three separate auctions are creating a new LGBTQ art category.

By James Tarmey



Barron’s – June 2019

In Honor of Stonewall, Sotheby’s to Sell Works That Reflect LGBTQ Experience

by Fang Block


Evening Standard – June 2019

Kiss My Genders review: Enthralling exhibition with a crucial sense of activismEPH_0537a-4

by Ben Luke


Art Basel – June 13-16, 2019

Art Basel: June 13-16, 2019

Pace/MacGill Gallery


Fraenkel Gallery


The Guardian – June 2019

Kiss My Genders review – a sinful, sensational walk on the wild side

by Jonathan Jones


The Telegraph UK – June 2019

Kiss My Genders review, Hayward Gallery: plenty of gems among the clichés

by Alistair Sooke


Swann Galleries – June 17, 2019 – Lecture

Telling Queer Stories: The Challenges of Unearthing a History

Join Hrag Vartanian in conversation with Cathy Renna & Eduardo Ayala Fuentes at Swann Galleries on Monday, June 17 from 6 to 8 pm. (104 East 25th Street, New York, NY).

Space is limited – RSVP is required.

The exhibition is free and open to the public. Exhibition Hours:

Saturday, June 15 – 12 pm to 5 pm
Monday, June 17 – 10 am to 6 pm
Tuesday, June 18 – 10 am to 6 pm
Wednesday, June 19 – 10 am to 6 pm
Thursday, June 20 – 10 am to 12 pm

For more information about the event, visit swanngalleries.com/events/hyperallergic.

The Center – June 27, 2019


Meet the veterans of the Gay Liberation Front (1969-1972). As the first activist organization after the Stonewall Uprising, GLF’s public protests and radical politics laid the groundwork for the modern LGBTQ movement. Join this informative evening of stories and Q&A with 20 surviving members of GLF gathered in NYC for their 50th Reunion, giving context to the movement that started it all. Moderated by Ari Shapiro of National Public Radio.

Thursday, June 27, 2019
7-9 p.m.
$10 suggested donation

The Center: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center

208 W 13 St
New York, NY 10011

All donations are voluntary and any amount is appreciated.

Artsy – June 2019

Queer Art, Gay Pride, and the Stonewall Riots—50 Years Later

by Sur Rodney (Sur)