Filthy Dreams is a blog that looks at art and culture through a queer lens and a touch of camp. It combines rigorous academic queer theory with more conventional art criticism. With the motto “For the minorities who don’t even fit into our own minorities,” Filthy Dreams not only covers established and emerging artists who identify as LGBTQ, but also artists who engage with gender/sexuality in their work regardless of orientation.

Emily Colucci is a New York-based freelance arts writer and independent curator. She has contributed to Art F City, Art Papers, VICE, Malibu, Salon, Los Angeles Review of Books, ArtVoices Magazine, POZ Magazine, Hi-Fructose, Hyperallergic, LOST WKND, and Art 21, among other publications and catalogue essays. She co-curated Visual AIDS’s 2015 exhibition “Party Out Of Bounds: Nightlife As Activism Since 1980” at LaMaMa Galleria, as well as a satellite installation “Courtship Disorder by John Walter” in London’s White Cubicle Toilet Gallery at the George & Dragon Pub.