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Nude Statues of Trump Pop Up in Cities Around America

Aug 19
He's overweight, arguably obnoxious, twice divorced, ill-informed on American history and current policy, a noted germaphobe, and the darling to xenophobic voters everywhere. But is Donald Trump art?

38th Annual Long's Park Art Festival Scheduled for Labor Day Weekend 2016

Aug 15
The Long's Park Amphitheater Foundation presents the 38th Annual Long's Park Art Festival, Friday, September 2nd through Sunday, September 4th on Labor Day Weekend.

Harlem Burgeons as an Art Gallery District

By Ula Ilnytzky | Aug 2
Harlem is still a long way from replacing Chelsea or Brooklyn as the epicenter of the city's art scene, but Harlem is now home to about a dozen galleries and in the fall, two more big-name galleries are slated to open.

Stroke of Eros

By Sura Wood | Jul 31
Fantastical gay men are, politely speaking, "exercising their virilities" at the GLBT History Museum, though there's nothing polite about the sexually explicit imagery and full-frontal nudity on uninhibited display.

Philadelphia Museum Puts Early Presidents' Hair on Display

Jul 19
Donald Trump's gravity-defying hair has generated plenty of attention, but have you seen George Washington's? You can check it out this month in Philadelphia, where a museum has put the hair of some early presidents on display.

Sotheby's to Exhibit Bowie's Art Collection Ahead of Sale

Jul 14
Sotheby's is to sell more than 200 pieces from David Bowie's extensive art collection, including works by Damien Hirst and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

International Art Market to Draw Thousands to New Mexico

By Susan Montoya Bryan | Jul 5
From the plains of Africa to war-torn countries in the Middle East, nearly 200 artists from around the world will be showing off their traditional crafts during the world's largest folk art market.

New Mexico On Thames: Georgia O'Keeffe Gets Big London Show

By Jill Lawless | Jul 4
Georgia O'Keeffe has come to London, like a bracing American desert wind rippling the River Thames.

SF Photography Exhibit 'LGBTQ Chronicled' Includes Images After Orlando

By Sari Staver | Jun 26
From 1930s clandestine Mattachine Society meetings to the June 12 Castro candlelight vigil honoring the victims of the Orlando massacre, the 125 images in the new photography exhibit at the Harvey Milk Photo Center are a stunning chronicle.

From A Shattered World, Out Artist Shapes, Fashions New Reality

By Bill Allen | Jun 26
Broken after watching his life partner in Colombia be murdered and two attempts made on his own life, visual artist Edwin Gil landed in Charlotte, N.C., looking for purpose and a focus which he eventually found in something else broken: Glass.

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