Homoculturalists Blog

Queer cultural practitioners share their thoughts and work

Unsung Heros

SUR Rodney (Sur) explores the world of the Chelsea based, lesbian artist Barbara Sandler who utilises found photographs of long-forgotten men to create inspirin...
KONSTANTINOS MENELAOU's He Loves Me

He Loves Me

Konstantinos Menelaou wanted to be a filmmaker because he couldn't live my life as he wanted, he had to create new worlds in order to feel comfortable in them a...
Zhenya and Vladyslav © Alexander Kargaltsev 2012

Asylum: Alexander Kargalsev

Alexander Kargaltsev's photographic project 'Asylum' explores the stories of individuals who fled Russia for the United States because they were bisexual or gay...
Ed Firth's Pound Shop

Pound Shop

We speak to ED FIRTH, the artist behind striking queer zine POUND SHOP... When did you first start drawing? I've always drawn; I think like most people I was ...

The Queer bombs of the Cold War

An arrestingly astute book 'Moscow' by Yevgeniy Fiks addresses the queer history of the Soviet Union, from the decreminaliztion of homosexual acts in 1917 to it...