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Red threads; the south Asian queer connection in photographs

Desai, Poulomi and Parminder Sekhon

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ISBN 10: 1873741766 / ISBN 13: 9781873741764
Editorial: Diva Books, London, 2003
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111p., 9x9 inches, monograph of color photographs of queer and trans South Asians, very good first edition in red cloth, gilt titles and clear plastic jacket. London-born and based performer and photographer. N° de ref. de la librería 160152

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Título: Red threads; the south Asian queer ...

Editorial: Diva Books, London

Año de publicación: 2003

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included

Edición: 1st Edition

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In this collection, the British Asian Queer experience is intimately documented, exploring themes of race, identity, sexuality and culture. It ultimately presents the reader and viewer with positive and vibrant images of queer visibility.

These photographs have appeared everywhere from Calcutta to New York, from the fetish night to the whitewashed Photographers' Gallery, printed on safe-sex posters and projected onto walls. In full colour throughout, they show people who don't fit in boxes: queer Asian Brits, queens in Bollywood drag, women in men's suits or naked in the street.

With commentary by three thoughtful and radical cultural theorists, Sunil Gupta, Raman Mundair and Cherry Smyth, this unique book is as suitable for the college course or on the coffee table.

The first of its kind, Red Threads is a not-to-be-missed formative opportunity.

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