JJ Levine : Photographies queers – Discussion with the photographer
Discover the creative process of Montreal artist JJ Levine.
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In staged photographs of queer subjects in intimate, domestic settings, Levine questions the representation of traditional binary gender roles.
The exhibition JJ Levine: Queer Photographs invites you to discover the work of Montreal photographer JJ Levine via a selection of portraits drawn from three different series.
Composed of 52 large format photographs, including several that have never been exhibited, the compelling exhibition is complemented by a video illustrating the artist’s creative process. Actually a retrospective of Levine’s portraiture work that he began in 2006, it borrows from the studio portrait tradition to celebrate people who self-identify as queer.