Pride Month 2024

Celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community through photography and filmmaking with a selection of material from our online archive.


Art Chat: Zanele Muholi

Love photography, art and books? So do we! Join us this Thursday to discuss the work of Zanele Muholi.

Zanele Muholi Exhibition Book

Since the early 2000s, visual activist Zanele Muholi has used photography to re-envision the realities of Black LGBTQIA+ lives in South Africa. Published in tandem with a Tate exhibition held in 2020, the Zanele Muholi Exhibition Book showcases the breadth of their ongoing photographic and activist practice.
Alex lies in a patch of long grass, holding a bouquet of sunflowers.

You Refuse to Believe that You Ever Liked Pink

You Refuse to Believe that You Ever Liked Pink is an account of Dena’s child's transition into becoming Alex, a non-binary, asexual adult.

Tee Corinne

Tee Corinne, born in St. Petersburg, Florida, 1943, was a prolific lesbian writer, artist, sex educator, historian, and feminist, famous for her content which explores the intersections of feminism and sexuality.
Black and white photograph (sepia toned) of a group of men building a staircase.

Frances Benjamin Johnston

Frances Benjamin Johnston is recognised as one of the first women of American photography and one of its first LGBT+ practitioners.

5 Historical Heroines to Remember this Pride Month

As Pride Month draws to a close, we're shining a spotlight on 5 historical LGBT+ pioneers who defied the conventions of the day

5 Contemporary Heroines to celebrate this Pride Month

To help celebrate Pride month this year, we're highlighting 5 contemporary heroines, find out more about Anita Khemka, Catherine Opie, Hinda Schuman, Ingrid Pollard & Paola Paredes here!

Alice Austen

Alice Austin (1866-1952) was one of the first women to work outside the photographic studio, documenting New York City as well as intimate relationships between Victorian women
young woman with camera and cigarette looking straight into camera

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

Recognized as a notable LGBTQ+ fashion icon and an accomplished twentieth-century author, Annemarie Schwarzenbach was also a prolific photographer.
Lola Flash

Lola Flash

Working at the forefront of genderqueer visual politics for more than three decades, Lola Flash (b. 1959, New Jersey) has spent her career challenging the stereotypes surrounding gender, race, and sexuality.
Dr Ingrid Pollard

Ingrid Pollard

Ingrid Pollard is an award winning artist who uses different photographic processes alongside printmaking, installation, video, and audio to shed new light on important subjects.

5 Artists who Celebrate the LGBTQIA+ Community

On 17th May, we celebrate International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, drawing attention to the prejudice and discrimination people within the LGBTQIA+ community face