LGBTQ+ producer Jake Resnicow rocked NYC for Pride with star-studded lineups and record attendance.
June 29 2022 3:00 PM
Discover the many marvels of gay Brooklyn, the most populous borough in New York City. Its multicultural and historic neighborhoods, including Bushwick, Park Slope, Brooklyn Heights, Williamsburg, and Greenpoint, boast a wide variety of restaurants, bars, museums, cultural hot spots, and arts destinations that are sure to entice LGBT tourists from around the world. From popular nightclubs like Sugarland to casual beer gardens like Metropolitan, gay Brooklyn’s nightlife has a diverse variety of watering holes that provide the perfect conclusion to any out traveler’s day.
The Brooklyn show recontextualizes found objects, such as old sports jerseys, flags, jock straps, medicine bottles, and pages from book to delve into queer American identity. Here's a sneak peek.
The screening series is presented in conjunction with the museum's We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 exhibit
The legendary French designer has a new promotional video for his exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum and it's as glamorous and sexy as his clothes.