Boys! Boys! Boys!
Release date: April 28, 2023
Contemporary collection of works by more than sixty queer and gay photographers from around the world.
The latest Boys! Boys! Boys! book presents new work by more than sixty photographers from thirty countries including China, India, Iran, Poland, and Russia where gay rights are repressed and queer lives are under constant threat.
Boys! Boys! Boys! was founded by The Little Black Gallery and is curated by Ghislain Pascal to promote queer and gay fine art photography, which includes their bi-annual magazine with the same name. The first Boys! Boys! Boys! book was published in 2019, the second in 2020, both are sold out. Part of the proceeds of this edition will be donated to charities supporting the LGBTQ+ community and fighting the HIV / AIDS epidemic.
Elska – San Francisco, California
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BUTT Magazine, Issue 32
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BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! The Magazine – Volume 5
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! is a project by The Little Black Gallery, curated by co-founderGhislain Pascal, to promote queer and gay photography. It now represents more than 65 photographers from 30 countries – including China, India, Iran, Poland, Russia and Turkey where gay rights are repressed and queer lives under constant threat. In this issue: Volume 5 […]295 SEK