Jennifer Evans presented her work on Queering the Visual History of the Sexual Revolution on a panel examining the transnational history of sexuality in New York City in January 2020. This paper is part of her research together with Danielle Kinsey into the transatlantic pathways erotic photography travelled in the 1950s-1980s that formed part of changing social, legal, and aesthetic norms around sexual expression, identity, and desire.

Eikoh Hosoe, Man and Woman, Tokyo 1960

Diana Blok and Marlo Broekmans, Invisible Forces Amsterdam, 1979