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The Hidden Histories of Queer Art

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Explore LGBTQ+ artists with us as we delve into archives and collections to celebrate queer art. These artists have always existed, but art histories ...

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Explore LGBTQ+ artists with us as we delve into archives and collections to celebrate queer art. These artists have always existed, but art histories have predominately been told from a perspective that often suppressed their identities. This film examines the work and lives of artists including Duncan Grant, Claude Cahun, Joan Eardley, Anne Lister, and George Platt Lynes, among others.

In this new series of three films, Not Seeing Straight: Celebrating Queer Art and Lives, we explore artists and their artworks. What can we learn about queer artists from archives and material out of public view? Is there such a thing as a queer aesthetic? What signs and symbols have queer artists used to suggest their feelings and identities?


Narrated by Afton Moran
Produced by National Galleries of Scotland and HeeHaw

Special thanks to:
Glasgow Women's Library
Equalities Network

Find out more about Duncan Grant: https://bit.ly/3GdBwLG
Find out more about the exhibition at Charleston, Duncan Grant: 1920: https://bit.ly/3IQ7ak6

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