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Tate Britain is holding a major exhibition of queer art and we asked gay artist PABLO BRONSTEIN to talk us through it

WHO BETTER TO SHOW US AROUND Tate Britain’s Queer British Art exhibition than handsome gay artist Pablo Bronstein? Beginning when the death penalty for sodomy was abolished in 1861 and ending in 1967, when sex between men was partially decriminalised in England and Wales, the exhibition features paintings, drawings, photographs, film clips and objects illustrating how queer artists expressed themselves in a time of both repression and rebellion. Walking us through the extensive exhibition for what he jokingly calls a “poofy tour”, the Buenos Aires-born, London-based Pablo, who specialises in architectural drawings and who is as funny as he is passionate and opinionated, tells us about the show’s historical significance and picks out his favourite pieces.

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