Investigating BLACK GAY +LGBTQ ART

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1. Past Black Gay Artists

1.1. Alvin Baltrop (1948-2004), Painter

1.1.1. Untitled (The Cloisters, Fort Tryon, New York), 1965

1.1.2. Untitled, 1977, from the series Pier Photographs. Gelatin silver print, 9 × 6 7/8 in. (22.9 × 17.5 cm)

1.1.3. Untitled

1.2. Rotimi Fani-Kayode (1955-1989), Photographer

1.2.1. Adebiyi, 1989

1.2.2. Every Moment Counts (Ecstatic Antibodies),1989

1.2.3. Nothing to Lose XI, 1989

1.3. Beauford Delaney (1901-1979), Painter

1.3.1. “Portrait of James Baldwin,” 1944

1.3.2. Can Fire in the Park, 1946, oil on canvas

1.3.3. Untitled (Jazz Club), ca. 1950

1.4. Ralph Arnold (1928-2006), Collage Artist

1.4.1. Music Without Words, 1967, collage with transfer, 205.7 x 170.2 cm.

1.4.2. Columbia, 1968, oil and collage on canvas, 111.8 x 11.8 cm.

1.4.3. Untitled, 1969, watercolor, gesso, graphite and transfer on paper, 55.9 x 76.2 cm.

2. Black, Gay and Identity

2.1. the male "BEING" of both gay and black

2.1.1. Black Male "Masculinity"

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2.1.1.1.1. This one too!

2.2. Issues we face in the African American LGBTQ Community

2.3. Let's Discuss GENDER

3. Contemporary Black Artists TO SEE

3.1. Mickalene Thomas

3.1.1. Portrait of Maya #8, 2016.

3.1.2. A Little Taste Outside of Love, 2007. Acrylic, enamel and rhinestones on wood panel, Overall: 108 x 144 in. (274.3 x 365.8 cm)

3.1.3. La Leçon d’amour, 2008

3.2. Kihende Wiley

3.2.1. SLEEP, 2008 OIL ON CANVAS 132" X 300"

3.2.2. THE FIERY ASCENT OF THE PROPHET ELIJAH , 2014 22K GOLD LEAF AND OIL ON WOOD PANEL 40 X 24 X 2 INCHES

3.2.3. FEMME PIQUEE PAR UN SERPENT, 2008 OIL ON CANVAS 102" X 300"

3.3. Zalene Muholi

3.3.1. Akhona Hailele, 2013 Silver gelatin print 30 × 20 in 76.2 × 50.8 cm

3.3.2. Somizy Sincwala, Parktown, 2014 Gelatin silver print 34 × 24 in 86.4 × 61 cm Edition of 8

3.3.3. Zinzi and Tozama II Mowbray, 2010 18 × 24 in 45.7 × 61 cm Edition of 8

3.4. Jonathan Lyndon Chase

3.4.1. Quiet Storm, 2016

3.4.2. Them Sitting at table, 2018

3.4.3. "blue boys," 2018, watercolor, marker, pastel and glitter on paper, 11 x 14 inches

3.5. Glenn Ligon

3.5.1. Beach/Bath Towel or 'No. 417 (Sweetheart), 1988/2014

3.5.2. UNTITLED (BALDWIN #3) , 1992

3.5.3. Condition Report D, 2000 Diptych, iris print and iris print with serigraph, Ed. 18/20 35 x 56 in. (88.9 x 142.2 cm) overall 35 x 26 in. (88.9 x 66 cm) each

3.6. Isaac Julien

3.6.1. Echo (Stones Against Diamonds), 2015 Duratrans image in lightbox 47 1/5 × 47 1/5 in 120 × 120 cm

3.6.2. Looking for Langston

3.6.3. Trussed III, 1996 Kodak Premier C-Print mounted on aluminium 45 1/8 × 31 3/4 in 114.6 × 80.6 cm

3.7. Vaginal Davis

3.7.1. “Miyoshi Umeki” (2017), watercolor paper, nail varnish, glycerin, witch hazel, mascara, eyebrow pencil, Jean Nate perfume, Afro, Sheen hair conditioner, hair spray, pomade, 5.125 x 3.375 inches

3.7.2. “Pearl Bailey” (2017), watercolor paper, nail varnish, glycerin, witch hazel, mascara, eyebrow pencil, Jean Nate perfume, Afro Sheen hair conditioner, hair spray, pomade, 3.75 x 2.5 inches

3.7.3. Chimera

4. BLACK (GAY) HISTORY

4.1. Teachings and Guidance from James Baldwin

4.2. Taking a Look Back

4.2.1. GAY RIGHTS MOVEMENTS in Our History

4.2.2. The "Gay" Harlem Renaissance

4.2.2.1. Black, Gay and In Love: Alain Locke, Father of the Harlem Renaissance

4.2.2.2. CURATED THEMES AND TOURS The Harlem Renaissance

4.2.2.3. YESTERQUEERS: queers of the harlem renaissance

5. Black Gay/Queer Culture

5.1. Ballroom +Drag Culture

5.2. Black Gay Pride Movement

6. art +AIDS+ ACTIVISM

6.1. A History of Erasing Black Artists and Bodies from the AIDS Conversation

6.2. Viral Representation: On AIDS and Art - Derek Conrad Murray

6.3. VisualAIDS.org

6.4. The Photography of Daune Cramer

7. Personal Analysis, Evaluation, and Refelection

8. The concept of "Post-Black" ART

8.1. Queer and Post Black-Art

8.1.1. Derek Conrad Murray