Reading Time: 2 minutes “It’s all the hidden things, the small stuff that makes up a Black queer life”
Reading Time: 3 minutes Driven by a desire to show the fullness of Black queer lives – a history rarely included in LGBTQ+ history – Ajamu X has been building an extensive personal archive for the last 30 years
Reading Time: 3 minutes Rasti’s series, There Are No Homosexuals In Iran, reveals a community caught between ongoing persecution and the promise of freedom
Reading Time: < 1 minute Marquis looks back through history to reflect on contemporary representations of queerness
Reading Time: 2 minutes Rethinking the photobook structure, Meneghello investigates the complexity behind the homoerotic gaze
Reading Time: 4 minutes The career-spanning publication features the diversity of Opie’s subjects, including high school football players, mini-malls, protests, freeways and her family
Reading Time: 5 minutes In a country where identifying as LGBTQ+ can threaten your existence, the openness with which Ponomarev’s participants share their stories carves a path for others to do the same
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Brazilian photographer celebrates the expression of those who live in constant fear of their lives, in a country where their very being is rejected.
Reading Time: 2 minutes After decades of art and activism, the photographer is releasing his first photobook.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Repina and Moral’s ongoing series aims to create a celebratory platform to champion intersex identity