Let Us 'Shout' In Birmingham!

‘Shout’, a lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans cultural festival in Birmingham (UK) November 2009 offers an opportunity to see artworks by international LGTB artists in the streets of Birmingham: Taking ‘Queer’ to the streets of Birmingham. The work of artists from around the world will be projected onto prominent city…

Georgia O'Keeffe: Abstraction at the Whitney Museum of American Art

Painter Georgia O’Keefe (1887–1986) has become a gay icon – especially because of her husband, famous American photographer Alfred Stieglitz’s very sensual nude photos of her, which created a public sensation, when he opened an exhibition, which included some of them in 1921. See the exhibition: ‘Georgia O’Keeffe: Abstraction’ runs through January 17, 2010 at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA.

Photo Installation By Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin

Were Queen Kristina (1626 – 1689), King Karl XII (1697 – 1718)  and King Gustav III (1746 – 1792) of Sweden as straight as the history books tell us? The sexual preferences of these regents have been discussed for hundreds of years, – lately by quite a lot of gay people. The regent is…