Tennessee Williams’s Paintings Are Terrible (And That’s Why I Love Them)
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Tennessee Williams’s Paintings Are Terrible (And That’s Why I Love Them)

“Now Orpheus, crawl, O shamefaced fugitive, crawl back under the crumbling broken wall of yourself, for you are not stars, sky-set in the shape of a lyre, but the dust of those who have been dismembered by Furies!” –Tennessee Williams “Orpheus Descending” In his ongoing Q&A newsletter The Red Hand Files last week (#20 if … Continue reading

Blow by Blow: ‘Like Smoke’ At Equity Gallery
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Blow by Blow: ‘Like Smoke’ At Equity Gallery

Like Smoke, on view now through December 4, 2016 at Equity Gallery, is a response to the perceived lack of institutional visibility for art about the queer experience without explicitly focusing on queer bodies and their erotic potential. Curated by Filthy Dreams’ contributor Osman Can Yerebakan, the exhibition is a sensitive and nuanced take on LGBTQ identity … Continue reading

You’re Invited To: Jean Genet’s ‘Un Chant d’Amour’ Screening/Live Performance By PUBLIQuartet At ‘Like Smoke’
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You’re Invited To: Jean Genet’s ‘Un Chant d’Amour’ Screening/Live Performance By PUBLIQuartet At ‘Like Smoke’

Co-Founder’s Note: Why hello there, dearest Filthy Dreams readers? What’s that? You’re looking for something to do tomorrow night? Well, we, here at Filthy Dreams, have got you covered since our industrious intrepid contributor Osman Can Yerebakan is hosting a screening and performance tomorrow night (November 29th) at 6:30PM at Equity Gallery in conjunction with … Continue reading