The interplay between bodies and emotions in Goring’s work, and their potential to be transformative, reveals the politics that pump through the artist’s ever-exposed heart.
Summer of 85 Captures the Power (and Angst) of Queer First Love
The latest film from acclaimed director François Ozon revels in the messy imperfection of youth.
Michael Clark: Choreographer, Club Kid, and Collaborator Extraordinaire
Cosmic Dancer casts Clark as an artist who refuses to be pinned down by a single discipline or style, though its kaleidoscopic approach occasionally loses sight of Clark himself.
Basking in Derek Jarman’s Private Utopia
A recreation of the cottage where Jarman spent his final days, an exhibition at the Garden Museum creates a response to HIV that is at once personal and political, shining a light on wider issues of institutional homophobia.