The HBO true crime miniseries The Lady and the Dale argues that it’s just as important to highlight trans outlaws in addition to role models.
Free Stock Photo Database Expands Trans and Non-Binary Representation in Media
Broadly has launched a rich database of 180 stock images, photographed by Zackary Drucker, featuring 15 trans and non-binary models.
Seven Contemporary Photographers Represent Trans Communities on Their Own Terms
As the US government tries to delimit trans livelihoods, these photographers are defining transgender and non-binary identities for themselves, assuring their bodies are never erased.
Art that Slows Down How We Assess Gender
At the center of Smack Mellon’s Dumbo gallery, Gil Yefman’s knitted wrecking ball of genitalia and bodily fluids hangs from the ceiling.
An Archival and Artistic Exploration of Transgender Identity
Bring Your Own Body: Transgender Between Archives and Aesthetics illustrates not just the multiplicity of transgender identities but the many forms of expression those identities take.
It’s a Bitchy World
LOS ANGELES — The self-titled exhibition and zine release Bitches Rule, Cycle 3 is nestled in the back of & Pens Press, an art bookstore in Culver City set to become a roving/pop-up shop and online gallery come June 2.
Whitney Biennial 2014: Stuart Comer on the Third Floor
On the third floor, 2014 Whitney Biennial curator Stuart Comer professed to “provide a kaleidoscopic glimpse of this historic moment,” emphasizing work that seemed in flux and in transition from one medium to another, one state to another, or even across borders and identities.
Whitney Biennial 2014: Where Have All the Politics Gone?
The 2014 Whitney Biennial has many things: oversized ceramics, big abstract and figurative paintings, experimental jazz, videos of people having sex, and bead curtains. What it doesn’t have all that much of is politics.