Photography

The Heirs

Desireé De Stefano is an argentinian  photographer, film maker & Vj, based in Buenos Aires. ” This piece is an anthology of intimate portraits, about beings that expose themselves physically and emotionally. This characters exist in a sensual dialog between looks, in a silent exchange that aim to undress those parts of vulnerability that are […]

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Art, Events

“What is Real”

“What is Real” (2013) Photography This project was inspired by the iconic documentary Paris is Burning which explores the lives of drag queens in 90s New York and it serves the same purpose: to celebrate people that don’t belong to society’s idea of the norm. It is harder for people who feel comfortable in a […]

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Art, Fashion, Photography

HI, I’M JONNY

HI, I’M JONNY On gender fluidity Before birth certificates and passport photos and phone calls to family, your gender was assigned to you. What is ‘normal’? Through globalisation accompanied by the internet era, the diversity of humanity is more visible now than ever. To visually discuss this cultural revolution people are moving to the core […]

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Art, Fashion, Photography

Katelyn Playford

Katelyn Playford is a photographer from Norwich, focusing a lot on sexuality, gender stereotypes, and challenging the norms. Shooting people she knows in subtle and minimal surroundings she creates a reality that celebrates their characteristics. How did you first pick up photography? I have always been a creative person and had an avid interest within the […]

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Art, Photography

hymns from the bedroom

A  work  of  photography  by  Poem  Baker “I’m  a  self-­‐taught  documentary  photographer  who  shoots  on  instinct.  since  picking  up  a  camera  about  five  years  ago,  I’ve  been  enthralled  by  the  transformative  nature  of  portraiture  in  its  power  to  both  mask  and  lay  bare  the  human  persona.  Hymns  from  the  bedroom  is  a  personal  journal  of  […]

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Art, Photography

Yannick Fornacciari

Yannick Fornacciari was born in South France and now lives in Montréal, Canada. He discovered photography when he discovered his first camera, which belonged to his father. His grand-father was a painter, and he was passionate about photography as well.  Later, he went to university, and graduated in clinical psychology and psychoanalytic psychopathology in Marseille, 2011. His studies, and […]

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Art, Photography

Snuff

Anton Shebetko is an artist and photographer from Kiev, Ukraine. In his art he is trying to focus on questions of gender equality, transformation of a bodily and sexual attraction. Sometimes his works are deadly serious but most of the time they are funny, trashy and sexy. “Snuff” is a series about instability of memories and ghosts of one-night stands. About how difficult it […]

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Photography

Inner Self, 2013

Anne-Sophie Guillet explores gender. In our society, we have very specific expectations about the dichotomy of gender and the roles that each gender should adopt. However, this dichotomy is not an exclusive point of view. I attempt to question this hypothesis by making portraits of men and women whose identities slip out of the norms. […]

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Fashion, Photography

Concreto Leve

By Lydianne Carney Lydianne Carney is a photographer from Rio de Janeiro / Brazil. Concreto Leve is the test dialogue between minimalist aesthetics and genderless movement, trying to subtly show the breakdown of stereotypes about traditional gender in today’s society. The costumes and fashion production were done by Igor Bahia and Vinicius Rosa. http://lcrney.tumblr.com/  

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Stuff

MICHAEL METRIC.

AN INTERVIEW. Michael Metric is one of my favourite emerging fashion brands. Berlin based and founded by Emanuela Amato and Michael Saba, Michael Metric designs are geometrical, oversized and genderless coming in perfect monochrome or patterns of colour and symmetry combined and can be worn anywhere, anytime, anyhow. What is the philosophy behind Michael Metric? […]

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Art

MAGDALENA SAWICKA.

AN INTERVIEW. How did you know you wanted to be an illustrator? It resulted totally naturally. Drawing is my passion since childhood. I was drawing witches, ghosts, monsters, vampires and aliens with my best friend. What sort of themes do you choose to depict? I rather depict difficult and uncomfortable subjects, such as: sex, gender, death, deviance, violence, diseases, differences, ugliness. I`m not running away from a very lyrical shots too. My art […]

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Photography

CHIQUE – A YEAR IN A SEX-GENDER REASSIGNMENT PROGRAM.

BY HERNESTO CONHACHE.   “In Spanish the translation for boy is Chico, and for girl is Chica. So in this case i prefer to use the word Chique for someone who isn’t a boy or a girl exactly. Chique is an exploration of a photographic-aesthetic contemporary symptom, an uncomfortable point for the psychiatric power and […]

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