Queer was published in 2014 and documents two years in the life of the author Dom Lyne at his home in Camden Town, London. Tattoos, sexuality and mental health plus a nod to the American novelist Dennis Cooper.
Acquired by Tate Britain for its library collection in 2015 and the Museum of London in 2017.
“Dom and I used to dance the night away at the Ghetto nightclub behind the London Astoria a lifetime ago. We lost touch, but our shared passion for the work of Dennis [Cooper] brought us back into each others lives. Yes, the pictues are about Dom and his mental health, but it’s also about the importance of an alternative queer gaze. An antidote and maybe a reaction to an ever increasing homogenised gay world.”
- Marc Vallée.