+ info: [Editor’s Note: The following comic by Sarah Mirk features interviews from Queer Portlanders as they reflect on the parallels—and major differences—between COVID-19 and the early years of the HIV epidemic.]
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With museums still closed, a string of diverse digital exhibitions aim to educate and entertain with LGBT history and art
With the Covid-19 pandemic still ongoing, hundreds of pride events have been cancelled across America. But the celebrations will continue online. There will be digital parties but also a range of online exhibitions that trace the history of pride, beyond the parade and rainbow flags.
As part of an exhibition with the Matthew Marks Gallery, the work of New York artist Robert Gober over the past 40 years is being shared.
The Miami gallery Spinello Projects is hosting an Instagram exhibition which features different artists each week, and will be curated in real time, in response to time-sensitive issues.