Drag Queen No Light, No Queen – Photo by Nagi Yoshida

START: Nov 30, 2021 END: Dec 12, 2021

Photographer Nagi Yoshida presents a new exhibition on at the Fukuoka Art Museum from Tuesday, November 30th to Sunday, December 12th entitled, Drag Queen: No Light, No Queen by Nagi Yoshida. Nagi Yoshida has garnered quite a reputation for her work photographing minority ethnic groups and indigenous peoples. But this time, she has focused her lens on a new motif and turned the spotlight on DRAG QUEEN. This photo exhibition showcases portraits, taken by Nagi Yoshida, of 18 Drag Queens in two cities, New York and Paris, who transcend gender and embody freedom.

• 11/30 (Tue.) ~ 12/12 (Sun.)
• 9:30~17:30 (last admission 17:00, closed at 16:00 on 12/12)
• Adult ¥1,200, college & HS ¥1,000, JHS & ES ¥600
• Close: Mon.
• Fukuoka Art Museum Special Exhibition Gallery
1-6 Ohorikoen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
092-711-5491 (Nishinippon Shimbun Event Service)

Published: Nov 19, 2021 / Last Updated: Nov 19, 2021

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