16 LGBTQ art shows that keep the summer Pride vibe flowing

Dan Allen, NBC News, July 6, 2022

From a career-spanning survey of Chicago artist Nick Cave to an exhibit about gay communists in 1990s Berlin, here are our summer art show picks.

A wide assortment of exhibitions by and about LGBTQ artists is keeping the queer creativity flowing at some of the world’s top museums this summer. From coast to coast in the United States and well beyond, here are our picks for the summer ‘22 exhibitions to hit — including one museum offering the rare chance to take in three queer-themed shows in one visit (hint: head to Baltimore). 

Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric

SITE Santa Fe; Santa Fe, New Mexico

Merging artistic styles and era-crossing cultural references, Choctaw Cherokee artist Jeffrey Gibson creates vibrant works that express the complex relationships between injustice, marginalization and personal identity. This new solo exhibition is a multidecade survey of Gibson’s work alongside newly commissioned pieces.

Through Sept. 11

of 1339