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New York: Patrick Angus’s Honest Images of Gay Life

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Feb 24, 2021 • View in browser
With the temperature finally thawing a bit, now might be a good time for a masked and safely distanced stroll. Why not check out the artist-designed billboards on view as part of Walls for a Cause NYC? Danilo Machado highlights their favorites.
This week, Cassie Packard writes on Patrick Angus’s tender images of gay life, painted amid the AIDS crisis of the 1980s. Ragna Bley’s swirling abstractions and Reggie Burrows Hodges’s earthy pastels are also a sight for sore, screen-strained eyes.
Printed Matter’s Virtual Art Book Fair starts today. Staff writer Valentina Di Liscia highlights nine exhibitors you shouldn’t miss.
Dessane Lopez Cassell, Editor, Reviews

What Not to Miss at Printed Matter's Virtual Art Book Fair
Calipso Press will feature its 2021 calendar, a 12-piece riso printed mosaic featuring photographs by Valeria Giraldo (image courtesy of Calipso Press)
Calipso Press will feature its 2021 calendar, a 12-piece riso printed mosaic featuring photographs by Valeria Giraldo (image courtesy of Calipso Press)
Due in part to its virtual format, this year’s fair is the largest and most international one yet. Featuring more than 400 exhibitors from over 40 countries, there’s sure to be plenty to choose from. Check out nine you shouldn’t miss.
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