Browsing: Art

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From Russia With Lust

Now this is some Russian collusion we could get behind. Or in front of. Or both. As a gay man from the Republic of Kazakhstan growing up in Russia, Alexander Abramov experienced more than his fair share of discrimination in varying degrees, from the usually trolling online to some rather scary threats…

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Photo Finish

Our favorite artworks always feature sexy men. Which is probably why we love the Mona Lisa so much. Well, now we can add some more contemporary pieces to our collection thanks to Goliath Books. They’re now offering hand-signed photographic prints of iconic images from celebrated photographers, including Leonardo Glauso, Buki…

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Open This Box Before Christmas

Remember being a kid and liking the box more than the gift? We’re having that same kind of reaction now. Not to mention proof that we need to stretch more to improve our flexibility. But that’s our own issue. The Box is a new book by New York photographer and…

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Your Weekend Wanker

Oh, Mr. Putin. You’re so bad! If you love that image, now picture it hanging on your wall. Or as a pillow on your favorite chair. Heck, it can even be made into a comforter so you can sleep with old Vladimir on top of you every night. These great…

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Art Appreciation. (And We Don’t Mean A Guy Named Art)

We love art. Especially when it’s great. And especially when it comes with wine. So all these factors combine tomorrow from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. when porcelain installation artist Lucrecia Waggoner exhibits STARDUST, her newest series at Laura Rathe Fine Art (LRFA) in the Dallas Design District. A good friend…

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Shock & Awesome

Tired of everyone proclaiming how cold it is? Same here. But we have no problem going on and on about how cool something else is. Tomorrow at Samuel Lynne Galleries, photographer Tyler Shields’ “Provocateur” exhibition debuts in Dallas with an opening reception and a chance to mingle with the incredibly talented…

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Cruising On The World’s Largest Ship

We’re not size queens by any stretch of the imagination. But that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate something magnificently huge from time to time. So when we were invited to check out the world’s largest cruise ship sailing the vast oceans of the world, Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas,…

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Palates, Palettes, Paintings & Pinot

We love Daniel Padilla’s art. The abstract paintings and mixed media works from this fantastic gay artist never cease to amaze and mesmerize. Plus, he puts the fine in fine artist. We’ve seen Padilla’s work on display at his gallery and during events throughout the year, but there’s one this…

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Art & Love

When Jack Evans passed away this year, the Dallas LGBT community lost not just a great man, but half of one of the best couples to ever showcase their love for one another. Gay or straight. In 2015, they made history as the first same-sex couple to be married in…

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Dallas Weekend Guide: February 18-21

It’s gotten to be a rare occasion when we drive anywhere, especially when we know we’ll be drinking or heading somewhere that parking is a pain. So, PTL for ride sharing! Here are five events around Dallas this weekend that are worth calling an Uber, Lyft or taxi (gasp!). Tonight…

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