SASCHA SCHNEIDER’S CHOICE:
TWO AVAILABLE MODELS OF HOMOSEXUALITY IN GERMANY
AT THE DAWN OF THE 20TH CENTURY
By Jonathan David Katz, Curator
SOME PARALLELS BETWEEN SASCHA SCHNEIDER AND ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL ART
GALLERIES OF INTEREST
INTERNING AT A YOUNG MUSEUM
By Hunter O'Hanian, Museum Director
HOW COME YOU DON’T CALL ME ANYMORE?
Corrine Fitzpatrick, Inspired by the work of Azsa West
NOTES ON THE LESLIE-LOHMAN COLLECTIONS
Wayne Snellen, Deputy Director of Collections
NEWS FROM PRINCE STREET
By Rob Hugh Rosen, Deputy Director for Programmatic Operations
WHAT DOES DESTINY J., AGE 20,
HAVE IN COMMON WITH ANDY WARHOL?
By Diana Scholl
CRAFTING IDENTITY AND COMMUNITY
By John Chaich, Curator
EVENT PROGRAMMING AT LESLIE-LOHMAN MUSEUM
Jerry Kajpust, Deputy Director for External Relations
The ARCHIVE: No.47
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