Reading Time: 2 minutes Based in Tokyo, Chinese photographer Wang Lu employs a chameleon-like approach to the medium, exploring subjects ranging from personal history to migration and cultural identity
Reading Time: 2 minutes Born and raised in Paris by immigrant parents, French-Algerian photographer Maya-Inès Touam describes her work as being “between the two shores of the Mediterranean”
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Reading Time: 3 minutes As a child, Okabe was shy and introverted. Imbued with pain and beauty, her photography illustrates her internal reality: “Perhaps taking photographs is an unconscious healing for my younger self,” she says
Reading Time: 2 minutes The artist’s hybrid images blend photography, text and collage, describing the turbulence of being young, Black and queer in America
Reading Time: 2 minutes Young’s latest project attempts to illustrate the pain of homophobia, and the anxiety of existing in a society where fundamental human rights are in constant jeopardy
Reading Time: 2 minutes Through the lenses of over 50 different photographers, New Queer Photography traverses a heady mix of identities, experiences, dynamics and aesthetics to counter “one-dimensional” perceptions of queerness
Reading Time: 5 minutes In one of the world’s most culturally diverse cities, local and international artists are reclaiming their histories through photographic projects.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Pacifico Silano composes a “fever dream” of found imagery that speaks of his identity, and that of others, forged amid the tactile pages of magazines from his youth.