Representing the ‘What You Don’t See’ Exhibition at King’s College, London (14-15 Sep 2018)

Sep 10, 2018 by amanda Category: News 0 comments

“What you don’t see” is a photographic exhibition intended to circulate artistic and poetic narratives about sex work produced by sex workers during the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Curated with sex workers throughout a participatory process, the exhibition is a response to exclusionary strategies of urban reform and seeks to […]

Presentation at the Amsterdam Research Centre for Gender and Sexuality

Mar 27, 2018 by amanda Category: Uncategorized 0 comments

Our team member, Professor Philip Hubbard (Urban Studies, King’s College, London), recently gave a presentation at the  Amsterdam Research Centre for Gender and Sexuality. He explained how the urban sex work market, and those involved in it, are shaped and affected by changes that occurred in the context of the World Football Cup (Rio de […]

Activist-Oriented Art Exhibition (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) (9 December 2017 – 3 February 2018)

Nov 11, 2017 by amanda Category: News 0 comments

We and our partners are proud to announce the launch of an exhibition that will debut artwork from women involved in sexual commerce during the 2016 mega-event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The event will be hosted at the Municipal Art Center Hélio Oiticica from December 9th, 2017 to February 3rd, 2018 (see also, https://whatyoudontsee.hotglue.me). The launch of the exhibition will […]