More Art Monday: Pride Edition

It’s Pride month, and in Pennsylvania there are more reasons than ever to celebrate. We can’t think of a better time to rediscover the diverse contributions that LGBT artists have made to the art world. Here are just a few of the great things we found the Museum’s collection.

Camden Mattresses, Camden, NJ,” 2001 (image), 2011 (print), by Zoe Strauss

Woman’s Brooch,” late 1980s, by Patrick Kelly

Red Morning Drowned,” 1977, by Gilbert & George

Carmen de Lavallade,” March 3, 1955, by Carl Van Vechten

Still Life,” 1942, by Juan Soriano

The Tower of Babel as a Vortex,” 1976, by Paul Thek

Untitled (Petit Palais),” 1992, by Felix Gonzalez-Torres

Man’s Long-Sleeved T-Shirt,” c. 1997, designed by Alexander McQueen

Drawing for “Fifty Days at Iliam," 1978, by Cy Twombly

sam being a horny drunk and getting there hard and fast with a lot of liquor

sam getting frustrated because lucifer won’t sleep with him unless he gets consent while sam is still sober


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