The New ‘Queer Eye’ Season Is a Healing Work of Pandemic Art

The New ‘Queer Eye’ Season Is a Healing Work of Pandemic Art

The cast of Queer Eye outside El Arroyo in Austin, TX.Artists have spent much of the past two years struggling to figure out how to address the collective trauma we’ve all experienced during 22 months of fear, loss, cultural division, social distancing, illness, and grief. Many of the things they’ve produced have been valiant attempts to explore all of that while the creators are still very much in the middle of living through it—and while some of them have succeeded at holding a brief mirror to the feelings that we’ve all experienced since COVID-19 changed our lives (my favorites are HBO’s Locked Down, Luke Combs’s “Six Feet Apart,” and this TikTok), there hasn’t been much art that is about how to heal from the massive societal shifts the pandemic has caused. But there is Queer Eye.…View Original Post

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