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Vicki Khuzami is a New York-based artist whose work explores socio-psychological taboos from a veuyeristic perspective by use of the dollhouse. Vicki received her BFA from SUNY New Paltz and has…
A look back at the biggest stories of sex from summer 2017.
Tens of thousands lined the streets of Manhattan on Sunday for the 48th NYC LGBT Pride March. The first march was held in 1970 and has since become an annual civil rights demonstration. Over the years, its purpose has broadened to include recognition of the fight against AIDS and to remember those lost to illness, violence and neglect.  
It seems ridiculous to juxtapose a movie monster with gay rights. But maybe it’s not as ridiculous as it seems.
Joe Joe Orangias is a visual artist, activist and writer based between New York City and Geneva. His projects, often collaborative and site-specific, focus on monuments, public space, queerness, decolonization and sustainable development.
Ea Domke is a Boston transplant by way of Iowa; they received their BFA with an emphasis in painting and a minor in art history from the University of South Dakota in 2014. They are currently an MFA candidate at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts. Their current practice is interdisciplinary; incorporating painting and sculpture into hybrids works, and creating installations that are often site-specific and experiential. They are a 2017 nominee for the Dedalus MFA Fellowship in Painting and Sculpture, recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship Award, CURCS Grant, Gunderson Art Scholarship, and their latest solo show, Pedagogy of the Self: The Phenomenological Truths, was on display at Tufts University this past February. All photos courtesy of artist
Patricia Silva is a Lisbon-born, New York-based artist working with photography, video, and words. Her video “Self and Others," a study of bisexual culture as captured through the lens of film history, recently screened at New York’s First Feminist Film Week. She has also exhibited and screened at the Anthology Film Archives, the  Phoenix Museum of Art, Flux Factory, the British Film Institute,  MoMA Ps1, IFC, Tengis Cinema in Mongolia, the Berlin Biennale and others. All images courtesy of the artist.    
Anthony Friedkin (born 1949) is an American photographer whose works have chronicled California's landscapes, cities and people. His topics include phenomena such as surf culture, prisons, cinema, and gay culture. Friedkin’s photographs have been exhibited at institutions such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art,  J. Paul Getty Museum and New York's Museum of Modern Art. He is also represented in numerous private collections and his pictures have been published in Japan, Russia, Europe, and many Fine Art magazines in America. All images courtesy of the artist