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ARTISTS LINKS Albert van Westing: Queer photographic works, contributer to the Early Butt Magazines, and participant in 'From the Corner of the Eye, Queer Related Arts', Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam David Kube: artist website. Glen Mitchell: artist website. Joao dasilva: artist website, Artists website.
Matt Hollis: gay artist working the in the DC/Maryland area

Alex (Alien) Russell: School of Francis Bacon website

Taylor Absher Flash art piece about wrestling and other Queer things.

Tommy Allen. Polaroid Image Transfers.

Paolo Angelotti, Metal and wood sculpture by Italian artist Paolo Angelotti.

Biron: 50 years of photography:1950-2000 by Bay Area photographer.

Bernice Bing at Purdue. Women Artists of the American West Asian American Artists present selected works of Bernice Bing, San Franciscan, of Chineese heritage. Spanning three decades of art.

Blue Desert Productions:Queer Film/Video, web art and photography.

Romaine Brooks. Lesbian painter from the early 20th Century.

Paco Calderón. Photographer from Mexico City.

Shu Lea Cheang. "Brandon" is an exploration of a trans-sexual identity within cyberspace. Sponsored by the Guggenheim Museum, New York.

Lenore Chinn is a second-generation Asian American artist whose realistic acrylics on canvas frequently make visual references to lesbian and gay culture.

C.B. Cooke. "Being Gay."

Francisco Cordoba. Queer artist’s studio and gallery in Rome since 1993.

Tee A. Corinne. Goddesses for the New Millennium is an extraordinary series of twenty photographs of torsos of women age 23-84 which echo ancient figures of power.

Tee Corinne at Purdue University; Women Artists of the American West.

Xavier Cortada, Paintings by a Cuban-American gay artist. Greg Day Photography.

Painter, Rob Costin, utilizes technology as a tool to create exotic gay male visuals.

Dennis Dal Covey's. Traditional photography of the male nude to a new style of work that incorporates photographs into electronic images. Adam Davis: San Diego based mixed media artist

Arthur Dong produces award-winning films and videos that combine the art of the visual medium with an investigation of social issues. , Licensed to Kill, Coming Out Under Fire, The Question of Equality are among his films.

Dreadscott. Digital art and web design by Lisa Gade.

Emmanuela de Leon. Artist's website. Lesbian photographer.

Alexandre de Frechville French Photographer’s Site.

GILBERT AND GEORGE. The official website of Britain's most notorious aesthetic terrorists.

Gay and Lesbian Artists Alliance: The San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Artist Alliance is a group of Gay and Lesbian artists, craftspeople and photographers who share ideas to collectively exhibit their work.

Marita Gootee. Fine Art Photographer.

Paul Hamilton. Digital artist.

Barbara Hammer. A cyberspace archive and website of the artist and filmmaker.

Raymond Helgeson: Bodies of Work. The men of Na'Nea, outrigger canoeists and ancient Hawaiian dances captured in oils and watercolor.

Martin Hiddink. Dutch-born, living and working in Milan.

Kobi Israel Israeli photographer, specializing in travel photography and in Homo-erotic fine art photography.

Jungle Red Vintage male physique photographs 1947 thru1958

Literary Kicks. A site dedicated to the Beats and their legacy. Amazingly thorough, Levi Asher's site is a perfect jumping board for anyone interested in Kerouac, Ginsberg, Burroughs, Kesey or Cassady.

Peter Max Lawrence: Portfolio of artist's work, which includes figurative, collage, video(sound-scape) and oil paintings.

Lodestar Quarterly

Loren J. Macias. The ButchDick collection.

Marcelina Martin Lesbian Photographer/Writer since 1969. This site contains the work of several lesbian artists including, Elsa Giglow, Hallie Iglehart Austen, Diane Mariechild, Celeste West and Canyon Sam.

Edward Meneeley. Charcoal and pastel drawings and collages of men from Pennsylvania's coal region.

Mixed Images Gallery. The multi-media artwork of Lawrence E. Miller.

Evan Oberholster. The Naked Nation Oil paintings of male and female nudes in the online art gallery of South African artist,

Pauline Oliveros' life as a composer, performer and humanitarian is about opening her own and others' sensibilities it the many facets of sound. Since the 1960's she has influenced American Music profoundly through her work with improvisation, meditation, electronic music, myth and ritual.

Gigi Otalvaro-Hormillosa: San Francisco: also known as the Devil Bunny in Bondage, is a SanFrancisco based interdisciplinary performance artist of Filipino and Colombian descent.

Elisabeth Ohlson (You’ve got to check this one out!) Her series Ecce Homo is the most publicized Swedish photography exhibition of the century. It consists of twelve pictures of Jesus in the company of homosexuals, and is inspired by biblical themes by artists such as Michelangelo, Doré and Caravaggio.

Photographer Richard Renaldi's Pier 45. Christopher Street piers and their denizens: drag queens and dropouts, muscle boys, homeless veterans, Stonewall survivors, elderly couples and curious tourists.

Purple Moon Dance Company : Bay Area women's Dance company

B. Ruby Rich is a well-known film critic, festival programmer, cultural theorist, and chronicler of social trends on screen and off.

Arthur Rimbaud: The Drunken Boat. The web's largest Rimaud site in English! A sprawling site, featuring biography, poetry, graphics, links to absinthe, Total Eclipse and more.

The Hard Candy Project Theater and Film project that hopes to show "new way of life" faced by people living with HIV/AIDS.

THINK AGAIN: artists who strike back at mainstream ideas that perpetuate injustice, believing that Xerox machines and wheatpaste can still inspire people to think.

Michael Tice. Vivid surreal paintings serve up images of love and life.

Khan Wong. Experimental digital video shorts, photography, flash artworks by Bay Area artist Khan Wong.

WUORNOS the opera homepage June 17-24, 2001 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco

Queer Culture & Resources

Adonis Art of London Queer Gallery

Curious Yellow Erotic Arts Queer Gallery

Queer Arts Resource. One of the best Queer Art Sites on the WWW.

Art Group for Gay and Lesbian Artists, contact: Melissa Wolf, email, or write PO Box 1515, Cooper Station, NY, NY 10026 (212-561-0378).

Artmatters. A private foundation devoted to providing direct support to contemporary artists. Includes The Critical Needs Fund for Photographers with HIV/AIDS and an unusual catalog of artist-designed gifts.

Arts Wire. Run by The New York Foundation for the Arts, this site has news, grants, even job listings to help artists make art.

Brava! for Women in the Arts. Founded in 1986 at the Galeria de la Raza in San Francisco and whose primary purpose is to produce outstanding world premieres by women of color and lesbian playwrights.

Circle Elephant Art Queer Gallery

Historia mundial del amor entre hombres

El Museo del GayO. "Probably the biggest virtual museum dedicated exclusively to gay artists and their view of the masculine naked body."

Evergon at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television "Manscapes - Truckstops and Lovers Lanes," haunting close-up views of cruisy areas in the US, Europe and Britain. "The Ramboys," a series of vignettes documenting the rites of a fictional boy-culture.

GALA Choruses is the world's only association committed to serving the lesbian and gay choral movement, providing leadership through excellence in the choral arts, with 160 member choruses and 8,000 singers around the world.

Himagery. A net gallery of male, nude, photo-based, computer-generated art.

In a Different Light. Exhibit at UC Berkeley posing Queer artists look at the world, with over 100 images, curatorial essays, and links.

Impact Visuals is cooperative photo agency dedicated to social change. Our photographers cover urgent political and social issues around the world for a wide variety of publications and organizations.

James C. Hormel Gay & Lesbian Center is devoted to the documentation of lesbian gay history and culture by collecting, preserving and providing access to material on all aspects of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender experience.

Lesbian Photographers and Women Who Photographed Lesbians. Dedicated to recording and preserving the names and work of lesbian photographers.

Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation, LLGAF is a nonprofit gallery and archive dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of lesbian and gay art that may be endangered because of censorship, prejudice and misunderstanding. Contact: Wayne Snellen, Director, 127 Prince St., New York, NY 10012 (212-673-7007).

Love Makes a Family. A traveling photo-text exhibit that explores the diverse families with gay or lesbian members--moms, dads, grandparents, and teens. "Bring the exhibit to your schools, universities, workplaces, libraries, communities!"

Madwillow Creekhouse. Dedicated to the work of American artist William Joseph Petrie.

The National Museum of Women in the Arts. "The only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to recognizing the contributions of women artists."

Names Project.  A beautifully made site that evokes the spirit of the AIDS Memorial Quilt.

Oscariana.  A fascinating site about the life and times of Oscar Wilde.

Popcorn Q: The Ultimate Online Home for the Queer Moving Image.

Priapean Tomes. The largest online catalog of Gay antiquarian materials, offering a growing selection of out-of-print art and photography books.

Qstage Stage news, reviews and previews of new work coming into the cultural scenes of Sydney, Australia & the world. Including works of performative art of interest to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transexual, Trangendered & Heterosexual people.

Queer Artist Collective. A Houston-based multi-ethnic, multi-gendered collective that harnesses the power of art to create cultural change.

Raven Gallery:Queer Gallery.

RHIZOME INTERNET is an organization dedicated to fostering communication and community in the field of new media art.

Site Street Projects: Three well-written and well-designed web projects; "Exile," by Lisa Bloomfield; "Christine Tamblyn," by Nancy Buchanan; "Untitled," by Catherine Opie.

Scotland Original paintings for sale from leading Scottish gallery representingover170 Scottish and British artists. Our gallery in Glasgow, Scotland holds a stock of over 1000 paintings to choose from. We only carry original art.

The Estate Project is about inclusion and allowing history to sort through the artworks made during the AIDS crisis.

The Stowitts Museum Museum dedicated to the work the artist.

The Tom of Finland Foundation

Tranny Fest. Gender Chaos History (Gender Culture Sex)

Triangle Artist Group. A collective of more than 100 Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual artists in the Washington D.C. area has a new virtual gallery.

TSA (Tri-State Alliance) Focuses on IN, IL and KY queer interests.

Utopia Gallery. Art about the male body by (primarily) Asian artists.

Walt Whitman Hypertext Archive presents digitized images of Whitman's writings in their original documentary forms.

Women Artists of the American West (WAAW). Features the vital contributions that women have made to the art and history of the American west.

Women Artists of the American West: "Lesbian Photography on the U.S. West Coast 1972-1997," by Tee Corinne.

The JonSims Center is a performing and visual arts center located in San Francisco

Visual AID, 785 Market St., Suite 720, San Francisco, CA 94103 (415-777-8242). Visual AID provides grants and services to artists living with AIDS and other life-threatening illnesses.

VISUAL AIDS, contact: Barbara Hunt, 31 West 24th Street New York, NY 10011 (212-627-9855). Operates AIDS slide registry.

WENDY (we are not dead yet) a London-based organisation of HIV/AIDS identified individuals devoted to providing an arts forum intended to embrace a wide spectrum of creative pursuits. Please email:

Gay art forum: . gay painters, photographers writers and art lovers  invited to add artworks by subjects

Homoerotic art museum Matt & Andrej Koymasky foundation erotic art museum
A virtual museum of several art reproductions concerning the various aspects of homoerotic art set in both historical and geographical collections representing a world view

Lesbian foundation for justice/visual art fund grants

Gay & Lesbian Artists, GLBT Friendly Art Galleries Artwork & Artists - Local/National Listings

Queer comedy links to websites

Gran Fury