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L’HOMO. Le Book celebrates a decade of L’HOMO. An important document that exudes eroticism, humor and guts. A MENDO / Kosmos publication.
Conceptual artist Pacifico Silano uses the gestures of framing, cropping and layering vintage gay erotica to comment on the HIV/AIDS crisis and its reverberations on queer lives.
Philippe Vogelenzang and MENDO present: I,XXX, a visual narrative on the freedom, sexuality and identity of Amsterdam, through the lens of Philippe Vogelenzang.
A portrayal of the history of romantic love between men in hundreds of moving and tender vernacular photographs taken between the years 1850 and 1950.
Art & Queer Culture is an unprecedented survey of visual art and alternative sexualities from the late nineteenth century to the present.
Boys! Boys! Boys! presents a contemporary collection of queer and gay photography full of intensity, power and diversity.
A revised and updated edition of the most comprehensive survey published of Mapplethorpe's photography.
A warning message regarding the rise in extremes and the formatting that groups like Instagram are trying to impose. An ode to the paper book and freedom of expression.
Examining increasingly fluid notions of masculinity through the medium of photography.
A beautiful collection of Ren Hang's work, made in tribute to his mother.
52 photographs from artist Michael Søndergaard’s debut series, each eloquent image is grounded in truth, vulnerability, and the exploration of one own’s sexual identity.
Provincetown: A safe haven for the queer community and a getaway for artists, it is a place defined by openness and tolerance.
A first look at another extraordinary collection of Bianchi’s Polaroids, taken in his East 9th St apartment.
The travel guide for gay men and everyone who wants to explore in style. Mr Hudson Explores collects the best recommendations for the most alluring destinations and offers insights beyond just nightlife.
A homage to the beauty of men, by Ferry van der Nat. Made by MENDO.
In The Black Book, Robert Mapplethorpe presents an astonishing photographic study of black men in their diversity, impact, subtlety, technical virtuosity, erotic appeal, and deep humanity.