We all are keen to find the people who understand us, members of our family of choice. Showing what chosen family can mean, our curated photo series, yet another proof that real bonds don’t depend on sharing DNA.
Photo Anne-Sophie Guillet
Yang Yufeng: Boy Comfort Zoom
Chinese artist Yang Yufeng, based in Milan and Shanghai, explores modern masculinity in his ongoing long-term project Boy Comfort Zoom.
Andrew Kung: The All-American Book
Andrew Kung, based in Brooklyn, NY, is a photographer who, through his images, aims to portray and celebrate Asian American beauty.
Anne-Sophie Guillet: Gender Roles Are Dead
Anne-Sophie Guillet, Brussels-based photographer, shows what it means to make gender roles fluid, or better: to make gender roles obsolete.
Arden: Seres / Beings
Today we celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community with Arden and their wonderful photo series, Seres / Beings, showing the beauty of each individual.
Nelson Morales: The Muxes of Mexico
Introducing Nelson Morales and the The Muxes Of Oaxaca – a longterm project about the Muxes, considered the third gender in Mexico.
Daurismo by Daura: What Is Chosen Family?
Welcome to Daurismo – the world of Daura, a film photographer showing the different paths of womanhood and the ever-expanding gender spectrum.
Sven Serkis: Gesperrter Ausgang
Berlin-based photographer Sven Serkis spent the first weeks of Corona lockdown quarantining with his partner creating Gesperrter Ausgang.
Amanda Björn: The Friendship of Frank And Felix
Frank And Felix is an ongoing photo series by Amanda Björn exploring the friendship between Felix and Frank in Havana, Cuba, celebrating love, friendship, and sexual freedom.
Nelson Morales: The Muxes Of Oaxaca
Mexican photographer Nelson Morales portrays the Muxe community of Oaxaca, in The Muxes of Oaxaca, which they are also a part of.