Out In Singapore is a project spearheaded by internationally renowned fashion photographer and film director Leslie Kee. Kee’s wish is to introduce the Singaporean public to the diverse faces of the local lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community and humanise what it means to be LGBTQ.
From July 5 to 29, 2018 an exhibition will be held of Intermission @ The Projector of stunning photographic portraits of over 150 LGBTQ people living in Singapore. Through the exhibition Kee enables conversations around the difficult topics of sexuality, gender, acceptance and belonging. Every shot exudes Kee’s flair for vibrant, witty and heartfelt portraiture.
By using online and commercial spaces for the exhibition the Out In Singapore participants were given a rare platform to reveal and celebrate their true selves, some for the first time publicly.
Applications closed on June 23. The photo shoot was held on June 30 and July 1. Thank you to everyone who applied and participated.
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Here is a selection from Project 001 of Out In Singapore.
Click on each image to reveal a second portrait.
Visit the Exhibition
July 5 - 29
Intermission @ The Projector
12:00pm to 10:00pm daily (except Mondays)