Kieron Devlin studied Art & Design at Manchester Art School, England. He holds a Master's degree from Leicester University and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from New York City's New School. He is working on a novel and a collection of short stories.
Entries by Kieron Devlin
arts >> Corelli, Arcangelo
Arcangelo Corelli, who was probably homosexual, was one of the seventeenth century's most widely admired composers and performers.
arts >> European Art: Eighteenth Century
During the eighteenth century, men whom we would now call homosexual, such as Johann Winckelmann, Horace Walpole, and William Beckford, were at the forefront of public taste, championing respectively the fresh interest in Classical, Gothic, and Oriental styles.
arts >> Islamic Art
The apparent invisibility of homosexuality in the visual arts of Islam is no indication of its absence in the culture.
arts >> Kemp, Lindsay
Mime artist, renegade, and magnetic stage performer, Lindsay Kemp has long had a cult status in alternative theater.
arts >> Latin American Art
Gay and lesbian Latin American artists frequently use their art to portray their desire for sexual and political liberation, often combining traditional subject matter with personal symbols and insights to stress their longing for acceptance.
arts >> Latina/Latino American Art
Latina/Latino lesbian and gay artists often confront, with a peculiarly personal urgency, the crucial issues of gender, sexuality, and acceptance that have obsessed American culture generally in the past several decades.
arts >> Set and Costume Design
Set and costume design for stage and film are fields that have attracted a large number of talented gay men and lesbians.
arts >> Subjects of the Visual Arts: Bathing Scenes
A common theme in painting since the Renaissance, bathing scenes are often suffused with a distinctly homosexual atmosphere.
arts >> Subjects of the Visual Arts: Psyche
The story of Psyche, a late addition to Olympian divinities, is often interpreted as an allegory of the human confrontation with desire and the divine; although universal, it has had particular resonance for glbtq people.
arts >> Symbolists
The symbolist movement in painting and literature, which flourished in Europe from 1886 to 1905, was the first self-consciously queer movement in Western art history.