by Tim Teeman,
Treasure hunts are fun—especially when conducted within the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York’s SoHo. The museum, co-founded as a non-profit in 1987 by Charles W. Leslie and Fritz Lohman, has just reopened after a massive renovation, increasing its exhibition space from 3,300 square feet to 5,600 square feet.
Under the aegis of newly installed director Gonzalo Casals, formerly Vice President of Programs and Community Engagement at Friends of the High Line, the museum is celebrating its expansion by exhibiting 240 works of art from its collection of more than 30,000 objects—many unseen until now. more>