Drinking the Kool-Aid With Elijah Burgher’s ‘Bachelors’
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Drinking the Kool-Aid With Elijah Burgher’s ‘Bachelors’

What is the possible transgressive and transformative power of cults? Do cults offer an alternative and queer form of relationality and community that counters the restrictive and repressive effects of both heteronormative and homonormative society? Well, Chicago-based artist Elijah Burgher certainly seems to think so in his current exhibition Bachelors at Chelsea‚Äôs Zieher Smith & … Continue reading

Cut It Up And See What It Really Says: Collage As Subversion At The Brooklyn Museum
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Cut It Up And See What It Really Says: Collage As Subversion At The Brooklyn Museum

Last weekend, the Brooklyn Museum’s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and the International Collage Center hosted a panel, “Fashioning Personnae: Collage, Gender and Feminism,” bringing together an inspirational group of artists to question the nature of collage as it relates to gender, identity and the self. Continue reading