SEXUALITY & GENDER
A world exclusive exhibition presenting some of the worlds most influential fashion photographers, where fashion has become a backdrop for their exploration of identity, gender and sexuality rather than ephemral beauty,
This exhibition explores the role of fashion and photography in shaping gender identities, with images from the archives of the worlds leading independent fashion and culture magazine.
Dressed in lurid pastels and a wig, Calypso’s one-woman tour of honeymoon hotels defies the typical perceptions of gender and identity through an edgy prism of wit, humour and courageous vulnerability.
A comprehensive survey of the history of Hello Mr. magazine.
More than a magazine, Hello Mr. is a community of “men who date men”, starting new conversations about their interests, loves, hopes and fears.
Responding to an ad, models pose behind the intimacy of closed doors, as if this face to face with the photographer whom they knew nothing about was the one thing they had been waiting for.
Reflecting on trends in their country’s cultural preference, these artists explore sexuality, gender, socialisation and identity, whilst also highlighting associated relationships with consumerism.
After focuses on the interior spaces of theme motels in Taiwan, their state after being used and the heterogeneity within. These images re ect impartially on these spaces and the ways in which they are used; without ridicule or criticism.
Susiraja’s work depicts the artist engagingin a variety of absurd activities in a domestic environment. She stages surreal situations and her work is humorous in its simplicity.
In these award-winning, explicit portraits, Okabe sensitively presents her subjects: two of her transgender lovers who are going through the intense period of their transitions.
The artist based this series of work on comments from people with disabilities, who reported that they can feel discrimination through not being considered entirely a man or entirely a woman.
This exhibitions invites us to consider how the evolving role of sexuality and gender within our culture is reconfiguring our ideas of how traditional families look.