DIK Fagazine #12 - Belarus

Publisher: Queer Archives Institute
Publication date: Fall 2017
Language: English
Weight: 0,5 kg
Cover: Soft
Size: 21 x 28,5 cm
Edition of: 350
Availability: 5
49.00 PLN
“It seemed as if history began here only in the late 1990s (homosexual acts were decriminalised in 1994, and the first gay magazine came out in 1998). And this is why this issue is much more concentrated on contemporary Belarus, art, people representing culture and on various queer threads which emerged here and there. We’ve also taken the liberty of including unprecedentedly many nude boys. Hope you don’t mind.” Contributors: Alexey Lunev, Sergey Shabohin, Uladzimir Valodzin. DIK Fagazine is the first and, so far, the only art magazine from Central and Eastern Europe concentrated on homosexuality and masculinity. It combines queer archival research with contemporary art contributions. Founded in 2005 by artist Karol Radziszewski. The journal is based in Poland, published in English and distributed worldwide.