Lee Price’s photography exhibition captures life at The House Of Kings And Queens, a home belonging to a young transgender woman that has become a sanctuary for the LGBT community in Freetown, Hull’s sister city in Sierra Leone.
Captured in a country where homosexuality remains illegal, Price’s powerful images offer a glimpse into The House, where inhabitants can live without oppression, exposing what it means to be gay in Freetown.
Please note, The House of Kings and Queens is exhibited at Humber Street Gallery’s Gallery Four located at 3 Pier Street.
The House of Kings and Queens is part of LGBT 50.
Supported by the British Council and Sewell Group
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Hull UK City of Culture 2017 presents LGBT 50 in association with Sewell Group.