In the Galleries: Black & White Pride

The intersection of race and homosexuality is talked about too little. But one gallery notes that from "the love that dare not speak its name" to Loving v. Virginia, to same-sex marriage rights, we've come a long way.

BY Editors

July 09 2014 4:00 AM ET

Rick Castro's Antebellum Gallery right off Hollywood Boulevard in the center of Hollywood does not flinch at much. Exhibits in the space require an over-21 ID and a cover charge. That allows them to put up some pretty crazy stuff on the walls — certainly more than a nice family website like ours can show.

So we present a small sampling of a few of the PG-rated pieces in the Antebellum's newest show "Black & White Pride, 2014: Sensual Interracial Relations," opening Saturday and continuing through August 18. The show includes artists Mountain Broady, Marc Littlejohn, Matt Pipes, Miguel Reyes, Ruben Esparza, Marc Debauch, and Copper as well as some of Rick Castro's work.

Check out the gallery's site for more information and see samples from the show below.

Matt Pipes

Josef Jesso


Rick Castro

Nick Burger

Mountain Broady

Marc Littlejohn

Tags: Art