I have always been interested in outsider discourses, those written outside mainstream history, far from any moral, political and social power or normalising gaze. That is why I have collected amateur photographs for many years: they show a different perspective on society. Cross-dressing is a great example. Bringing together photographs taken between the 19th century and the 1970s’, the exhibition "Sincerely Queer" is full of men and women who dared to play with gender in front of the camera’s eye, something that, perhaps, they would not have dreamed of doing in public.
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