Walking through Jade Yumang’s current exhibition My-O-My at School of Visual Art’s CP Project Space feels a bit like cruising. Curated by Jasa McKenzie, glimpses of bare flesh peek out of phallic-like tendrils hanging from thirty-two curious sculptures–a series titled Thumb Through–nestled in corners, hung on the walls and hidden in hallways. Yumang culled these fractured images … Continue reading
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Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin’: Weaving Queer Desire in Josh Faught’s ‘Christmas Creep’
Using this bizarre space of holiday cheer as a metaphor for blurred temporal distinctions, San Francisco-based artist Josh Fraught’s timely titled exhibition Christmas Creep at Lisa Cooley presents a complex and moving interrogation of the temporality of memory and the preservation of queer desire. Continue reading
From Downtown to Uptown Wrapped in Artistic Yarn
Forget about your wool scarf that your grandmother spent three months knitting for you. These days the city is wrapped around queer threads–colorful, uncompromising and double stitched.
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