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Artistic View on Sexual Diversity
   
The National Museum in Warsaw is holding an exhibition entitled Ars Homo Erotica, a pioneering comprehensive review of lgbt art in Eastern Europe and a breakthrough examination of queerness in East European art.

The exhibition presents over 250 artworks from antiquity to the 21 century, a survey of queer motifs in East European artists: David Cerny, Anna Daucikova, Svajone an Paulius Stanikas, Karol Radziszewski and many others.

The exhibition focuses on the subjects crucial to art and the society of sexual diversity.

The sections of Ars Homo Erotica include: Homoerotic Classicism, Male Nude, Iconography of Male Couples in Mythology, Saint Sebastian, Lesbian Imaginarium, Transgender/Androgyny, The Time of the Struggle and Archive.