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Revolution is Love: A Year of Black Trans Liberation. SIGNED by Qween Jean, Ryan McGinley, Ramie Ahmed, Caroline Mardok, Stas Ginzburg, and Erica Lansner

Signed on the occation of the book launch at Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore on Saturday, December 10. 

Conversation with Qween Jean and Ryan McGinley, moderated by Elena Ketelsen González, to celebrate the release of Revolution Is Love: A Year of Black Trans Liberation (Aperture, 2022). 


Revolution Is Love is the powerful and celebratory visual record of a contemporary activist movement in New York City, and a moving testament to the enduring power of photography in activism, advocacy, and community.


Qween Jean is a New York–based activist and costume designer who has designed for over fifty shows. In 2020, Jean founded Black Trans Liberation, an organization aiming to provide access and employment resources for trans and gender-nonconforming communities. In 2021, she was artist-in-residence at MoMA PS1, New York.

Ryan McGinley is a New York–based artist. His early photos displayed the unseen intersection of queer skateboard and graffiti culture. At the age of twenty-five, he became the youngest artist to have a solo show at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. For more than a decade, McGinley has road-tripped throughout the US to create work that incorporates the human body within the American landscape. You can always find him on the streets of New York photographing queer activists fighting for LGBTQ+ rights.

Elena Ketelsen González is an assistant curator at MoMA PS1. Previously, she served as curatorial assistant and program manager for the Gracie Mansion exhibition Catalyst: Art and Social Justice, and has formerly held positions in programming at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of the City of New York. While at MoMA PS1, she has worked to organize activations of Homeroom, a space that amplifies and celebrates the work of collectives, organizations, artists, and activists that are connected to PS1’s program.

Paperback / softback
224 pgs / 147 images
Pub date: 2022-10-25
6.75 x 9.25 x 0.81 inches