Monthly Archives: January 2011

New York Times: Britain Separation of Art and State

By MICHAEL KIMMELMAN Published: January 25, 2011 LONDON — For all the talk about one big, globalized art world, the trans-Atlantic gulf reasserted itself the other evening via a small but telling event. An overflow crowd of several hundred people, young … Continue reading

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“Pariah” by Dee Rees at Sundance

At this year’s Sundance Film Festival (Park City, Utah — Jan 20-30), Dee Rees’ film Pariah, a drama about a 17 year old lesbian living with conservative parents and the way she portrays herself differently in front of family and … Continue reading

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NYT reports: Gay Parenting More Common in the South

Parenting by Gays More Common in the South, Census Shows Photo by Sarah Beth Glicksteen for The New York Times. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Being gay in this Southern city was once a lonely existence. Most people kept their sexuality to … Continue reading

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Two Upcoming NYC Events!

(Image courtesy of Liz 1/27/11: “Frida & Anita” – a film by Liz Rosenfeld on Frida Kahlo and Anita Berber. 2/1/11: “A Fire In My Belly” – most recently brought to light by controversy with the National Portrait Gallery, … Continue reading

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