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New National Gallery show celebrates the “secret visual language” of queer art through the ages

A new exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada not only showcases the recently acquired work of Paul P., a contemporary artist from Toronto, but also places it next to historical pieces from the collection that illustrate how queer artists were driven to obfuscate the sexual expression of their art out of fear of persecution. Read More
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