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Exhibition showcases lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender & queer artistic life in New York City

The Museum of the City of New York presents Gay Gotham: Art and Underground Culture in New York, a groundbreaking exhibition that explores New York?s role as a beacon for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) artists seeking freedom, acceptance, and community. The first exhibition of its kind to be presented by a New York City cultural institution in terms of depth and scope, Gay Gotham peels back the layers of New York City?s LGBT, or queer, life that thrived even in the shadows to reveal an often-hidden side of the city?s history and underscore the power of artistic collaboration to transcend oppression.
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