Welcome to Gay Travel Today! I’m Teraj and I’ll be your guide as we explore, engage and indulge in the world of LGBTQ+ travel today.

The Tate Museum in London has turned its exhibit of queer icon and pop artist Andy Warhol’s work into a virtual online experience. The exhibit was only open for five days before it was shutdown due to COVID-19. Instead of just leaving the exhibit in lockdown, The Tate Museum decided to release it on the World Wide Web for all to see and it’s pretty powerful. Traveling to this exhibit in London is as easy as a click on your screen to be transported to view Warhol from a whole new perspective. This bold exhibit shines a light on some of his works lesser known than the “Campbell Soup Can” paintings and presents Warhol through the unique lens of his immigrant story, queer identity, and his views on death and religion. To view it, visit Tate on YouTube and search for Andy Warhol at Tate Modern – Exhibition Tour. Show us your favorite work by Andy Warhol on social media. Share it and #GayTravelToday and also #Sagitravel.

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