To mark LGBT+ Month in 2019, LU Arts hosted an exhibition of portrait photography. The exhibition presented the portraits of our Loughborough LGBT+ community, taken during a portrait session with photographer Ming de Nasty.
The photos aim to further explore how we self-identify, what impact labels have on our lives and how individuals’ unique and complex identity shapes them.
The photographs were accompanied by words written by the individuals stating what their identity means to them and how they can express it within the Loughborough LGBT+ community.
The exhibition was held in Martin Hall Exhibition Space and formed part of a multitude of events happening across LGBT+ History Month in 2019.
About Ming de Nasty
Birmingham based photographer, Ming De Nasty, has been a practicing photographer for the past 30 years.
She has worked on projects with local and national arts organisations, with work being exhibited widely in the UK. Her work is said to be socially engaging, with participation and collaboration being the foundation of her practice.
Ming has recently been commissioned by IKON gallery to complete a summer residency on The Slow Boat to create a photographic installation along the Birmingham Canal, Soho Loop.