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College Art Association Committee on Women in the Arts Picks January 2017 recommends Catalina Schliebener’s Growing Sideways, 1/16/17

  College Art Association Committee on Women in the Arts Picks January 2017 recommends Catalina Schliebener‘s Growing Sideways, posted by CAA — Jan 16, 2017. Click here to read.      

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Article in The Advocate cites Bureau’s “small but magnificently curated inventory,” 1/11/17

  “Between The Lines With Bookish Lesbians,” by June Thomas appeared online and in print in The Advocate, January 11 2017   Check out this article on the importance of feminist and queer bookstores on The Advocate magazine’s website. June Thomas discusses the bookish themes in Lucy Jane Bledsoe’s recent novel, A Thin Bright Line (Bledsoe will [...]

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Catalina Schliebener’s Growing Sideways 12/2/16-1/22/17

“Scratch a child, you’ll find a queer.” — Kathryn Bond Stockton The Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents Growing Sideways, an exhibition of new work by Buenos Aires-based, Chilean artist Catalina Schliebener, organized by independent curator John Chaich, on view December 2, 2016 through January 22, 2017 with an opening reception on Friday, December 2 from 7-9 pm at the Bureau of General Services—Queer Division, 208 [...]

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Review of Coney Island Babies in Hyperallergic, 11/16/2016

  Check out this review of Coney Island Babies: Visual Artists from the Brooklyn Drag Scene:   “The Offstage Art of Brooklyn Drag Queens,” by Elyssa Goodman   Image: Untitled sculpture by Raul de Nieves with beads, paint, and glue (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic)      

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NY Queer Zine Fair on i-D, 10/21/16

  “5 boundary-breaking, butt-loving queer zines to know: Ahead of the New York Queer Zine Fair this weekend, we talk to five zine-makers blessing us with fresh representations of gender and sexuality,” by André-Naquian Wheeler, for i-D   Image: Spread from Cakeboy, by Sean Santiago