Monday, May 07, 2007

They shoot lobsters, don't they?

The Male Gaze, a just-opened group show at the powerHouse Arena in New York spotlights a new generation of gay male artists, the New York Times says in a story today that shows once more that the Style section is gayer than pink ink. Guy Trebay also points to a raft of new magazines like Australia's They Shoot Homos Don't They? (See issue no. 3 here.)

Above: That mesmerizing piece is Lobsters, by James Bidgood. Watercolors (Jay Garvin) early 1960s. Modern digital c-print; 20x16 sheet; 15x15 image; 3 of 25 signed, dated and numbered on verso. [Source: The Male Gaze]

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