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Emily Colucci is a freelance art writer, curator and co-founder of Filthy Dreams , a blog analyzing art and culture through a queer lens and a touch of camp. Emily is the recipient of a 2016 Creative Capital|Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for Filthy Dreams.

Writing for print magazines, online venues and exhibition catalogues, Emily has contributed to VICE Magazine, POZ Magazine, ArtVoices Magazine, Salon, LA Review of Books, Art Papers Magazine, Hi-Fructose Magazine, Malibu Magazine, Art F City, Ms Magazine, Frontrunner Magazine, CRUSH Fanzine, New York Magazine’s Bedford and Bowery, WhiteWall Magazine, among others.

She will be curating a disco exhibition  Night Fever  at Pittsburgh’s Future Tenant, opening July 7, 2017. Previously, she co-curated Visual AIDS’s annual exhibition  Party Out Of Bounds: Nightlife As Activism Since 1980  at LaMaMa Galleria, as well as its satellite installation Courtship Disorder  by John Walter in London’s White Cubicle Toilet Gallery at the late George & Dragon Pub.  Party Out Of Bounds  was featured in I-D Magazine, OUT Magazine, Hyperallergic, The Art Newspaper, Unicorn Booty, New York Magazine’s Bedford + Bowery, Posture Mag, Paper Magazine and Sang Bleu.

Emily Colucci is a freelance art writer, curator and co-founder of Filthy Dreams , a blog analyzing art and culture through a queer lens and a touch of camp. Emily is the recipient of a 2016 Creative Capital|Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for Filthy Dreams.

Writing for print magazines, online venues and exhibition catalogues, Emily has contributed to VICE Magazine, POZ Magazine, ArtVoices Magazine, Salon, LA Review of Books, Art Papers Magazine, Hi-Fructose Magazine, Malibu Magazine, Art F City, Ms Magazine, Frontrunner Magazine, CRUSH Fanzine, New York Magazine’s Bedford and Bowery, WhiteWall Magazine, among others.

She will be curating a disco exhibition  Night Fever  at Pittsburgh’s Future Tenant, opening July 7, 2017. Previously, she co-curated Visual AIDS’s annual exhibition  Party Out Of Bounds: Nightlife As Activism Since 1980  at LaMaMa Galleria, as well as its satellite installation Courtship Disorder  by John Walter in London’s White Cubicle Toilet Gallery at the late George & Dragon Pub.  Party Out Of Bounds  was featured in I-D Magazine, OUT Magazine, Hyperallergic, The Art Newspaper, Unicorn Booty, New York Magazine’s Bedford + Bowery, Posture Mag, Paper Magazine and Sang Bleu.

Why hello there, dearest Filthy Dreams readers! What’s that? Do you feel a sudden urge to call a limo, grab the nearest bottle of champagne and make it rain? Well, us too, faithful readers, because I’m proud to announce that Filthy Dreams is a recipient of the 2016 Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. I know…someone …

Well hello there! Welcome to Filthy Dreams, a blog that analyzes culture through a queer lens. Rather than jumping right into new content, we thought it best to introduce ourselves and our aesthetics with our Trash Manifesto

Justin Timberlake wants you to know he’s woke. He gets it. He’s basically the best ally a girl, person of color and/or queer could ever hope for. He’s got a handle on all the hashtags–#TimesUp, #MeToo, #BlackLivesMatter, etc. And like all the best allies, Justin knows the best way to show support is to appropriate … Continue reading →


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