News

 

August 11th, 2017. “Edges of The Rainbow: LGBTQ Japan” is featured in The Guardian article “Love Island! LGBTQ Japan -in Pictures”.



To learn more, visit: “The Guardian”

 


 

July 17th, 2017. “Edges of The Rainbow: LGBTQ Japan” is featured in Hyperallergic Newsletter article “The Rainbow of Japan’s LGBTQ Identity, Captured in Photos”.



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July 1st, 2017. All the books in the Diverse Humanity series were on display at The New Press book stall in West Chelsea for the New York Pride.



To learn more, visit: “Pride & Joy. Taking the Streets of New York City”

 


 

June 25th, 2017. “Pride & Joy: Taking the Streets of New York City” by Jurek Wajdowicz, and other volumes in the series, will be on sale at the Pride Fest located on Hudson Street between Abingdon Square & W. 14th Street From 11AM – 6PM.


To learn more, visit: “Pride Fest“

 


 

May 26th, 2017. Pride & Joy: Taking the Streets of New York City”, spotlight interview on Jurek Wajdowicz in Publishers Weekly.


To learn more, visit: “Publishers Weekly”

 


 

June 14th, 2017. 6:30pm. Aperture Foundation. Book signing and artist talk for “ “Edges of the Rainbow: LGBTQ Japan”, the new photography book by Michel Delsol and Haruku Shinozaki.


To learn more, visit: “Edges of the Rainbow LGBTQ Japan”

 



 
May 11, 2017. Diffusion: Cardiff International Festival of Photography presents an exhibition of “DELHI: Communities of Belonging” by photographers Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh.


To learn more, visit: “Diffusion: Cardiff International Festival of Photography”

 



 
May 4, 2017. “Edges of the Rainbow: LGBTQ Japan”, the new photography book by Michel Delsol and Haruku Shinozaki is now available.

To learn more, visit: “Edges of the Rainbow LGBTQ Japan”

 



“Pride & Joy. Taking the Streets of New York City” is one of the finalists of the 29th Annual Lambda Literary Awards

“Pride & Joy. Taking the Streets of New York City” by Jurek Wajdowicz was named as a finalist in the LGBTQ Non-Fiction Category 29th Annual Lambda Literary Award.

Lambda Literary, the nation’s oldest and largest literary arts organization advancing LGBTQ literature, announced the finalists of the 29th Annual Lambda Literary Awards–or the “Lammys,” as they are affectionately known.

Chosen from nearly 900 submissions and over 300 publishers, submissions came from major mainstream publishers, independent presses, from both long-established and new LGBTQ publishers, as well as from emerging publish-on-demand technologies.

To learn more, visit: Lambda Literary

 



Upcoming Exhibition:
Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh, “DELHI: Communities of Belonging”

sepia EYE presents the groundbreaking exhibition “DELHI: Communities of Belonging” by noted photographers Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh that chronicles contemporary LGBTQ life in Delhi. 

Exhibition Dates: March 31 – May 6, 2017

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 30, 2017 6–8PM

To learn more, visit: sepiaEYE

 



“Pride & Joy” by Jurek Wajdowicz won Gold Award for Graphis Photography Annual

“Pride & Joy. Taking the Streets of New York City” photo-book by Jurek Wajdowicz with introduction by Kate Clinton is one of the gold medal winners in the latest international Graphis Photography 2017 competition.

Graphis is committed to presenting and promoting the work of exceptional talent in Graphic Design, Advertising, Photography and Art/Illustration. 

To learn more, visit: “Pride & Joy. Taking the Streets of New York City”

 



“DELHI: Communities of Belonging”
Meet the Photographers, Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh

Book Signing: Saturday, April 1, 1-2PM Stephen Bulger Gallery, AIPAD Booth

The highly-anticipated 37th edition of The Photography Show, presented by AIPAD, will be held March 30– April 2, 2017 at Pier 94 for the first time. The newly expanded Show, organized by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers, will present exceptional photography from early masters, modern luminaries, and rising and established contemporary names from more than 100 of the world’s leading fine art galleries.

To learn more, visit: “DELHI: Communities of Belonging”