This section is a collection of web links to organizations, galleries, museums, websites, etc., that will help fill in the blanks, as it were, of the LGBTQ experience. If you would like your organization added to this page please contact us.
LGBT Filmmakers Club: Learn more about filmmaking at our monthly meetings
at the LGBT Center in NYC
Tom of Finland Foundation: Los Angeles
Visual AIDS: A record of artists with AIDS past and present
Adonis Art of London: A great source of male art in the UK
Fine Art 4 Men: Decorative antique and contemporary male art & nude photography
Galerie Au Bonheur du Jour: A real find in Paris
Galerie Mooi-Man: Interesting gallery in the Netherlands
PinkArt :A relatively new gallery in Brussels: There is some great work here
Utopia: Exhibiting art about the male body by Asian and international artists
The Archive: A research foundation for physique photographers
Art History Resources on the Web: One of the most complete
The Art of Simeon Solomon: Revamped website...check it out
The Castro: An excellent site for the beginnings of the gay movement in San Francisco
Famous GLBT People: (or who tried it at least once...)
Gay and Lesbian Symbols: Origin & History of Gay & Lesbian Symbols
GLBTQ: An Encyclopedia for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer culture. Great site for Gay/Lesbian Art History
Homo Nest Raided, Queen Bees Stinging Mad: Reprinted from "The New York Daily News," July 6, 1969
Homobilia: Art and Memorbilia of the Queer Past
Lesbian History: A great website for the lesbian in us all
Lesbian Photography on the U.S. West Coast 1972 - 1997: By Tee A. Corinn
The Male Physique: A French website devoted to the "physique culture"
Out History: An important addition to the historical overview of the LGBTQ experience that you can participate in
The Perseus Project: A digital library on ancient Greece
Quentin Crisp Archives: He often came to our openings where he graciously held court for the evening -- we miss him.
Rictor Norton: Essays on gay history and literature. An essential site for GLBTQ history and a good read.
Sex Objects: Article-What is Erotic Art?
The Walt Whitman Archive:Sets out to make Whitman's work, accessible to scholars, students, and general readers.
A&U: Art and Understanding--America's AIDS magazine
Art Calendar: Register yourself in the International Registry of Artists and Artwork
Intersections. Gender , history & culture in the Asian context: Division of Arts.
From Murdoch University in Austrailia
Japanese Gay Art: A website for the lover of Japanese gay art
Next Magazine: Great resource for LGBT news and events in NYC
BADPUPPY: The oldest & largest gay website on the internet.
Gayscape: Search gay sites
Gayellow Pages: Informing the GLBT US/Canada community since 1973
ILGA: International Lesbian and Gay Association: An important website to keep up-to-date on the fight for LGBT freedon
New York City Gay & Lesbian Community Services Center
Queer Resources Directory: A directory about anything queer
Delftboys: A museum experience like no other
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco:The Art Imagebase with75,000 images and counting
Homoerotic Art Museum (HAM): Love it! This site was inspired by the defunct "El Museo del Gayo"
The Leather Archives and Museum:Chicago
The Museum of Bad Art: Just for fun
New York Public Library- LGBT resource:An extensive: check them out here
The Schwules Museum: Berlin
The Vatican website: Images from the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo, Raphael, etc.
Venusberg: The Virtual Erotic-Art-Museum
The Warhol Museum:Pittsburg, PA
Web Gallery of Art: Not a gay website per se but with over 8,000 digital reproductions of European painting and sculpture created between the years 1150 - 1750
The WebMuseum: Paris
Art Daily: The first art newspaper on the net
The Arts Journal: The daily digest of arts, culture & ideas
The Art Newspaper: Art events, politics & economics
ArtSeenSoho: A guide to the art scene in NYC's Soho
Fire Island Queer News: A great new website for queer Fire Islanders
Gay City News: Lesbian & Gay New York City (newspaper)
New York Art World: A great guide to NYC art with excellent essays
NY Blade: The best local newspaper for LGBT news in NYC
PlanetOut: The best queer news source on the www
Queer Caucus for Art Newsletter: An affiliated society of the College Art Association
World Newspapers/Magazines: Source of arts magazines and newspapers on the net and in print
art in context :Public access to information concerning artists and arts organizations around the world.
The Art Loss Register: Find out if the art you are buying is stolen
Artist's Talk On Art: The longest running panel series in NYC -- and still the best
Gay Comics: List resource page of gay comics
Feminine Moments: An excellent website in Denmark
Gender Studies and Queer Theory: A good reliable source
Isle of Lesbos: Lesbian Images in Art
Last Address: Honors a group of New York City artists who died of AIDS, and provides access to a flow of material regarding those artists.
NCAC: National Coalition Against Censorship. A very important website for the arts.
Priapean Tomes: A book lovers paradise for gay antiquarian book collecting plus art
Queer Arts Resources: A guide to queer arts on the internet and around the world
Arts Project of Cherry Grove: Information and the history of Cherry Grove
BAAD! - Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance: Home of Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre-exhibitions and performances
The Caffe Cino. View the history of the famous Caffe Cino in NYC
Columbia Fun Maps: Mapping the gay and lesbian world
The Athletic Model Guild (AMG): Bob Mizer
The Deviants' Dictionary: A great source of information
Jim Stryker: The "Father of all Strykers"
Jacki Randall: If you are into great lesbian tattoo's, cartoons and art this is the place for you
Janssen Book Publishers: Publisher of books on art and erotica.
Champion Studios: The classic physique studios of Champion, Willard, Man Age and Guild International