“Just met me from the past, the sexual tension was too much to bare.”
The Cherokee National History Museum in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, opened a new exhibit last month about the Cherokee Freedmen, the Black people once enslaved by the tribe.
The exhibit now in Los Angeles provides a portal into the brilliant mind of the legendary bisexual artist.
The free Queer Britain museum hopes to open this spring in Kings Cross, London.
The French designer dressed everyone from Grace Jones to Madonna, to Beyonce and Cardi B. A retrospective of his work is currently showing at Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
Ben Garcia joins the museum with more than 20 years of experience in museum administration and LGBTQ+ rights advocacy.
“The tremendous scope of their contributions to queer culture, queer wellbeing, and uplifting Black queer community and excellence cannot be overstated.”