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Chloe Sherman: Renegades, San Francisco: The 1990s

Chloe Sherman: Renegades, San Francisco: The 1990s

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In the 1990s, queer youth, outcasts and artists, flocked to San Francisco to find one another and to experiment with art, self-expression, style, and gender. Rent was affordable, paving the way for queer bars, clubs, tattoo shops, galleries, cafes, bookstores, and women-owned businesses to emerge. A new wave of feminism embraced gender bending, and butch/femme culture flourished. The Mission District was the center of this queer cultural renaissance, and the feeling of community was palpable. Chloe Sherman was both a member of this community and an ardent visual chronicler. Her documentary photographic work on 35mm film stems from a commitment to capturing the vibrancy, tenderness, individuality, resilience, and joy within this subculture that was derided by mainstream society. Distilling the spirit of the time, her debut monograph is a candid portrait of a vibrant era that connects current and future generations to the pulse of San Francisco at a pivotal chapter in queer history.

Title: Renegades, San Francisco: The 1990s
Publisher: Hatje Cantz, 2023
Photographers: Chloe Sherman
Author:  Lynn Breedlove, Catherine Opie, Anna Joy Springer
Format: Hardback
Size: 28.8cm x 26.8cm, 128 pages
ISBN: 9783775755177
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