Celebrate Pride Month With These 8 Stunning Artworks From the Artnet Gallery Network

For Pride Month, discover Artnet Gallery Network's roundup of art by artists from the community or works engaging with themes of love.

Oska Gutheil, Auf der Bank (2022). Courtesy of Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna.

As we enter the last week of Pride Month, our team took a deep dive into the Artnet Gallery Network to mark the occasion. From the thousands of artworks and artists offered, we gathered eight stellar works—either by artists in the community or those who engage with themes of modern love and LGBTQ+ identity—presented by galleries from Vienna to Miami Beach.

Featuring bastions of 20th century art like Robert Mapplethorpe and Andy Warhol, as well as contemporary practitioners such as Radek Husak and Oska Gutheil, this roundup constitutes only a small glimpse of what is available on the Artnet Gallery Network. Whether you’re looking for more works to celebrate Pride year-round, or simply searching for something new, the Artnet Gallery Network makes it easy and convenient to browse galleries from around the world.


Robert Rauschenberg
Award (1979)
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Robert Rauschenberg, Award (1979). Courtesy of Bastian, London/Berlin.


Oska Gutheil
Netflix and Chill (2020)
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Oska Gutheil, Netflix and Chill (2020). Courtesy of Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna.


Mariette Pathy Allen
Realness (The Face Competition) (1984)
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Mariette Pathy Allen, Realness (The Face Competition) (1984). Courtesy of Clamp, New York.


Radek Husak
Saint Sebastian (SS5) (2022)
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Radek Husak, Saint Sebastian (SS5) (2022). Courtesy of Grove Gallery, London.


Robert Mapplethorpe
Joe / Rubberman (1978)
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Robert Mapplethorpe, Joe / Rubberman (1978). Courtesy of Xavier Hufkens, Brussels.


Wolfgang Tillmans
Doing well (2021)
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Wolfgang Tillmans, Doing well (2001). Courtesy of Robert Fontaine, Miami Beach/Palm Beach.


Nan Goldin
Skinheads – Warren and Jerry – fighting, London, 1978 (1978)
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Nan Goldin, Skinheads – Warren and Jerry – fighting, London, 1978 (1978). Courtesy of Craven Contemporary LLC, Kent.


Andy Warhol
Mick Jagger (F&S II 140) (1975)
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Andy Warhol, Mick Jagger (F&S II 140) (1975). Courtesy of Van der Vorst-Art, Zeist.

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