Bugis Street is now a street in the shopping district of Singapore, since the 1950’s it was renowned for its transvestite streetwalkers who attracted to the city state sailors and men from around the world. Alain Soldeville discovered Singapore’s Bugis Street for the first time in 1980, when he was a 23-years-old photographer from Paris. Since then and to the end of the 1990s, Soldeville worked as a photojournalist before moving into a documentary photography less editorial and more personal.
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