Photographer Herve Locus at The Devil's Gear Bike Shop last Friday. Store co-owner Johnny Brehon said he hopes to do pop-ups every few weeks going forward. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Fifth grader Julian McGregor and Ella the Elephant. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Welcome to the Winter White Ball, a fundraiser for the New Haven Pride Center hosted by New Haven drag legend Tia Lynn Waters—or as she is affectionately known and loved, Bubbles—at the American Legion Hall in Hamden last Sunday. By the end of the night, attendees had raised over $1,000 for the Center.
David Sepulveda. Jadan Anderson Photos.
Sylvia Rifkin and Isidor "Izzy" Juda. Both are 100 years old. Lucy Gellman Photos
Charles Benton Photos.
Cosijopii Melchor and Ricky Looking Crow at a ceremony for Indigenous Peoples' Day in October 2021. Lucy Gellman File Photo.
Screenshot via Zoom.
A screen shot from Melanie Cometa's video, the final version of which is embedded below.
Isabel Chenoweth/SCSU Photos.
Courtesy CJ Hunt.
Members of the rally. Adrian Huq Photos.
Damien Hirst’s In and Out of Love (Butterfly Paintings and Ashtrays) © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd., in Love, Life, Death, and Desire: An Installation of the Center’s Collections, an exhibition on view at the Yale Center for British Art, October 1, 2020-December 31, 2021. Photo: Richard Caspole, Yale Center for British Art.
Buster during Monday night's presentation. Zoom Screenshot.
Chris Gardner Photos.
From left to right: Shawn Murray, Tricia D’Onofrio, and Beau McDowell. Sam Hadelman Photos.
Detail, Caroline Harman’s painting Principles of Uncertainty. Both Solos and #WIP run at the Ely Center of Contemporary Art through Nov. 14. Leah Andelsmith Photos.
Martha Friedman's work is in conversation with the history and process of mummification. Lucy Gellman Photos; all work by the artists.
Artist Martha Savage holds up her signature "timecards:" mixed media cards that are often composed to portray larger societal issues such as racial injustice, access to health care, and the Covid-19 pandemic. Raquel Burgess Photos; the second photo is by Martha Savage of her timecards.
State Rep. Robyn Porter at Friday's press conference. "Black and Brown people, what do we talk about?" she asked aloud Friday. "We lift as we climb. And we got a brother, Michael Jai White, who is doing that. This is his vision. From where he came from. He's coming back to his community and lifting as he climbs." Lucy Gellman Photos.
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Photo.
Jocelyn Pleasant and Mamady Kouyaté at Best Video. Daniel Shoemaker Photos.
Thursday's panel. Screenshot via Facebook Live.