Posted by on May 7, 2024 4:00 pm
Originally From: Queerty

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Queer photography has existed nearly as long as Joseph Nicéphore Niépce snapped that first shot in the early 19th century. Sure, sometimes LGBTQ+ identity has been subtly coded for those in the know. However, as progress has been made, representation has become more prominent.

Art and social historians Flora Dunster and Theo Gordon took a deep dive into the legacy of queer photographers and their subjects to compile a conversation-starting coffee table book (or maybe something you want to keep on the bedroom nightstand), Photography — A Queer History (Ilex, May 7, 2024).

The 256-page book, featuring the work of 84 artists, provides historical and cultural perspectives, divided into themes like “Documenting Queer,” “The Spaces to be Seen,” and “Queer Landscapes.”



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