Category Archives: Brooklyn Museum of Art

Kehinde Wiley at the Jewish Museum

I wish I could be Kehinde Wiley. He travels the world, walks the streets, asks young men to pose for him, photographs them and then creates exquisite paintings of them. In this exhibit at the Jewish Museum, he has over … Continue reading

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Keith Haring at Brooklyn Museum

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Keith Haring makes it look so easy – especially in his video Painting Myself Into A Corner. I had always wondered what medium he used to paint that was so fluid and smooth. The answer: sumi ink (have to go get some!). … Continue reading

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Male Love

UNCENSORED: Queer Art and the Church is an upcoming exhibit by the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art.  The exhibit is in response to the censorship of the David Wojnarowicz video from the Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American … Continue reading

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Question Bridge: Black Males

I saw an excellent video installation/project entitled Question Bridge: Black Males at the Brooklyn Museum of Art this weekend.  There are 5 video monitors arranged on a curved wall – with 2 or 3 of them on at any given … Continue reading

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