BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! launches queer photography magazine

Last week saw the launch of The Little Black Gallery's new queer photography magazine BOYS! BOYS! BOYS!. The collectors edition Volume 1 features the work of ten photographers from ten countries and adds to the growing BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! art platform "to promote queer and gay photography", which now represents more than 60 photographers from 24 countries including... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: photographer Magnus Hastings on his new book Rainbow Revolution “I wanted to do something that was about the entire community”

Los Angeles-based British photographer, Magnus Hastings, has spent the last spent three years shooting images for his latest book, Rainbow Revolution, in London, LA, New York, and San Francisco. Hastings' elegantly simple concept—each subject was asked to strike a pose in a custom made white box—allowed for a wealth of creativity and individual expression of... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: erotic artist Sam Morris on his debut book Don’t Fall In Love, Sam – “usually my work is very carefully constructed but this is the reality of who I am & what I feel”

This month saw the publication of gay erotic artist Sam Morris' tender, intimate and emotional debut book Don't Fall In Love, Sam. Morris' unguarded personal essays take us behind his hugely popular online image as constructed by his visually sumptuous and carefully composed photography and video work, as he contemplates anxiety, sex, and sexuality as... Continue Reading →

The BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! are back in town with a new book & online photography exhibition “celebrating the nude male form in all its glory”

Main image: Lo cotidiano © Serge Le Hidalgo. A new photography book celebrating the beauty of the male form, BOYS! BOYS! BOYS!, has just been announced. Edited by Ghislain Pascal and published this Pride month by teNeues and Mendo, the latest volume in the series presents a contemporary collection of images from over 50 international queer photographers,... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: gay erotic artist Sam Morris “people have these boundaries in their heads between pornography & self-expression & erotica & art”

Before OnlyFans enabled the monetisation of nudes and sexual encounters for the masses, gay erotic artist Sam Morris had already launched his own website, SamMorris.me, to share his conceptualised, documentary style portraits and videos without fear of social media censorship. Asking his followers to pay for what he’d previously been offering for free on Tumblr... Continue Reading →

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