The much overlooked print collection at NY Public library features works by Mary Cassatt, the 19th C. ex-pat living in Paris and helping to define the Impressionist movement.
A new biography argues that artist Joseph Beuys was not really progressive and enlightened, but rather reactionary in his politics. A new biography of the artist, kicks up the age-old debate about the separation of the artist and the art ...
Of the 25 artists whose work is currently on long-term view at Dia:Beacon, four of them are women. One of those women is half of a husband-and-wife team.
Senior members of the Church of Scotland voted Monday to let some congregations choose ministers who are in same-sex relationships...
The relationship between the flamboyant pianist Liberace and his young lover dazzled at the Cannes film festival on Tuesday and threw the spotlight on gay rights at the movie industry's largest annual gathering.
Thousands of New Yorkers - including mayoral candidate Christine Quinn - have marched to protest the shooting death of a gay man in the neighbourhood that was the cradle of the modern US gay rights movement.
Though homosexuality is not illegal in Egypt, coming out has always been complicated and even dangerous.
When several states passed laws banning same-sex marriages, researchers found that the mental health of gay residents seemed to suffer. Conversely, stress-related disorders dropped after the legalization of gay marriage in one state.
When the billionaire industrialist David Koch joined the boards of (Public Broadcasting Networks) WGBH and WNET, it seemed to mark an ideological inroad, enabling him to exert influence over a network with a prominent news operation. \
Despite my longtime interest in New York art from the 1970s, I somehow never imagined delving into an artistic process called, quite literally, “rectal realism.”