Alia Romagnoli, Bex Day, Kuba Ryniewicz and Robert Taylor have been tapped up to work with Queer Britain, the UK’s first national LGBTQ+ museum.
A new exhibition featuring the foursome titled_Chosen Families_ heralds the beginning of a three year creative partnership between Queer Britain and denim company Levis.
We’re told that the work on show will celebrate “celebrating the diversity and uniqueness of the LGBTQ+ experience through a collection of stories,” with each of the displayed images telling the story of “different individuals from the photographers’ circles, examining the relationships and support networks formed within queer communities.”
The exhibition – running from 25 June to 2 July – will be the first physical iteration of the museum. A permanent home is set to be erected by 2022.
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