WorldPride: New York’s best LGBTQ art, heritage and party venues
The Guardian, June 20, 2019

The show Art After Stonewall, 1969-1989 is spread over two spaces: work from the 1970s is at the world’s only museum of LGBT art, the Leslie-Lohman Museum (suggested admission $10, until 21 July), while art from the 1980s is at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery (suggested admission $5, until 20 July). The show clearly sets artworks in the context of the fight for LGBTQ rights and changing concepts of sexuality and gender. Highlights include David Hockney’s unusual portrait of Divine, a Bachardy charcoal sketch of the dying Christopher Isherwood, a great collection of Boston school photographs, and pictures by and of Keith Haring (I especially like an Annie Leibovitz shot of Haring nude and body-painted by himself).

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