Art

  • Torpedo Factory’s Scope Gallery offers “to-be-used” pottery

    Meet a potter, and chances are she’s a good cook. “I would say 99 percent of us are phenomenal cooks,” boasts potter Tracie Griffith, citing...

  • Tom Hill’s erotic paintings of men takes root at Hillyer

    “The LGBT movement has come so far, but there are these underlying themes that are still taboo,” says artist Tom Hill. Such as? “Such as...

  • Anthony Dortch’s offers sexually charged art at Vitruvian Gallery

    “People are very surprised,” says local mixed-media artist Anthony Dortch, whose new exhibit, Come Play With Me, recently opened at the Vitruvian Gallery. “It’s not my typical style.”...

  • Creative Capital

    ''It's a great place for people who are interested in starting to build a collection,'' Lisa Gold says of Select 2014. ''Or people who are...

  • Gay Cat Art

    ''I was actually kind of nervous when I first made the zine because I thought maybe people would be offended,'' says J. Morrison on his...

  • Leather's Superheroes

    ''When you get all these men together, and they stand in these power stances,'' Anthony Dortch Jr. says, ''all I think of is, 'Wow, this...

  • Bright Bolivian Art

    ''If you've traveled anywhere in Ecuador or Bolivia or Peru, you probably remember those great textiles that you see in all the markets over there,''...

  • Pop Art

    Jose Ortiz never forgot an experience he had over a decade ago at New York's Queens Museum of Art. ''You follow all the rules and...

  • Night Beat

    A few years ago, Shea Van Horn performed at night on the National Mall as part of the Hirshhorn Museum's After Hours programming. Next Thursday,...

  • Blood Feud

    Flying back to the U.S. with her Danish wife in July, Mary Coble was welcomed – albeit politely – with some institutional homophobia. So many...