What’s Live On Artsy

What’s Live On Artsy

Navot Miller, Men in Hotel Nude, 2022. Courtesy of Braverman Gallery.

We’ve rounded up some of the current gallery exhibitions on Artsy that focus on queer themes.

  • Artsy will be presenting Impact: Black AIDS Institute, an auction in support of ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Black community in the United States, featuring works by Zanele Muholi, Khari Turner, and Jeffrey Cheung, among others. A portion of the Buyer’s Premium will be donated to Black AIDS Institute.  Bidding opens, exclusively on Artsy, on June 10th and closes on Friday, June 24th at 12 p.m. EDT.

 

  • Beers London presents “Come Out and Play,” an exhibition of mostly figurative painting by a group of international queer artists whose practice celebrates playful themes. On view through July 16th.

 

  • At Gallery Victor Armendariz, a show of Rick Sindt’s lusciously intimate oil paintings explore the impact of pornography on queer desire. On view through June 24th.

 

  • Religion, masculinity, and homoeroticism come together in Navot Miller’s paintings in a solo show at Braverman Gallery. On view through July 30th.

 

  • PRPGMX presents its 3rd annual Pride exhibition, entitled “El Futuro es Queer.” On view June 11th–July 31st.

 

  • Patrick Bartsch, Florian Hetz, and Sadie Weis all feature in “RISE,” a group show of queer artists at Galerie P6 Berlin. On view through June 30th.

 

This article was written by Josie Thaddeus-Johns for the June 2022 edition of The Gallerist newsletter.