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// About

BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! is a project by The Little Black Gallery, curated by 

co-founder Ghislain Pascal, to promote queer and gay photography.

It now represents more than 65 photographers from 30 countries - including China, India, Iran, Poland, Russia and Turkey where gay rights are repressed and queer lives under constant threat.

Ghislain Pascal was a celebrity agent and publicist for many years – including as agent to the legendary photographer Bob Carlos Clarke. Following the death of Bob Carlos Clarke in 2006 he manages The Estate of Bob Carlos Clarke. He co-founded The Little Black Gallery, one of London's leading photography galleries, in 2008 with Tamara Beckwith Veroni. He is an avid collector of photography which are housed in a permanent exhibition space at his home in France. He is the Editor of the BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! books and magazines.

The Little Black Gallery is a photography gallery, publisher, and art consultancy – specialising in contemporary photography. 

The Little Black Gallery was originally set up by Tamara Beckwith Veroni, Lindsey Carlos Clarke and Ghislain Pascal in 2008, with a gallery space in Chelsea, London for ten years. Today the business, now co-owned by Ghislain Pascal and Tamara Beckwith Veroni, exists without a permanent space, putting on exhibitions worldwide at galleries, museums, art-fairs, and pop-ups; publishes books and magazines; and acts as an art consultant.

There have been five BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! auctions with Paddle8, and exhibitions worldwide at:

BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! at Fahey / Klein Gallery Los Angeles
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! at The Hospital Club London
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! AMSTERDAM at The Ravestijn Gallery

BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! COLOGNE / PRIDE at Galerie Biesenbach 

The first BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! book, with a foreword by David Furnish, was published in 2019, now sold out, with all profits donated to the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

The next 
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! book was published by teNeues | MENDO  in 2020 and is now also sold out – again with all royalties donated to the Elton John AIDS Foundation. 

The family of photographers past and present include: 

Johnny Abbate (Italy)
AdeY (UK)
Ryker Allen (USA) 
Peter Arnold (UK)

Alex Avgud (Russia) 

Tom Bianchi (USA) 

Domenico Cennamo (Italy) 

David Charles Collins (Australia) 
Yves De Brabander (Belgium)

Lulu Delafalaise (France) 

Othello De’Souza-Hartley (UK) 

Alejo Dillor (Argentina) 

Ivan Donadio (Italy) 

Diogo Duarte (Portugal) 

Thibault Gaëtan Dubroca (France) 

Nicholas Efimtcev (Russia) 
Michael Epps (USA)

Eber Figueira (France) 
Matthew Finley (USA)

Levi Foster (USA) 
Andreas Fux (Germany)

Stephane Gizard (France) 

Anthony Goicolea (USA) 

Greg Gorman (USA) 

Phil Griffin (UK) 
Ashish Gupta (India)

Alexandre Haefeli (Switzerland) 

Babak Haghi (Iran) 

Jerome Haffner (France) 

Tim Hailand (USA) 

Brice Hardelin (France) 

Florian Hetz (Germany) 

Iakovos (Greece) 
Raj Kamal (India)
Matheus Katayama (Brazil)

Dmitry Komissarenko (Ukraine) 

Richard Kranzin (Germany) 

Zak Krevitt (USA) 

Matt Lambert (USA) 

Serge Le Hidalgo (Spain) 
Krzysztof Marchlak (Poland)

Paul McDonald (UK) 

Slava Mogutin (Russia) 

Manuel Moncayo (Mexico) 
Charles Moriarty (Ireland)

Lucas Murnaghan (Canada) 

Aurélien Nobécourt-Arras (France) 

Michael James O’Brien (USA) 

Kevin Osepa (Curaçao) 
Juan Antonio Papagni Meca (Argentina)

Sebastian Perinotti (Argentina) 

Spyros Rennt (Greece) 

Roy Riestap (The Netherlands)

Brandon Rizzuto (USA) 

Mauricio A. Rodriguez (Venezuela) 

Xavier Samré  (France) 

Stuart Sandford (UK) 
Inon Sani (Peru)

Ruben van Schalm (The Netherlands) 

Sam Scott Schiavo (USA) 
Niv Shank (Israel) 

Luke Smithers (USA) 

Michael Søndergaard (Denmark) 
Nikos Stamatopoulos (Greece)

Joost Termeer (The Netherlands) 

Birk Thomassen (Denmark) 

Tyler Udall (Canada) 

Ferry van der Nat (The Netherlands) 

Luis Venegas (Spain) 

Mariano Vivanco (Peru) 

Gerardo Vizmanos (Spain) 
Thanh Vuong (Vietnam)
Sean Patrick Watters (USA)

Shen Wei (China) 

Sarp Kerem Yavuz (Turkey) 

Vlad Zorin (Russia)
The Skinny Type (UK)

We are proud to have supported the following organisations working with the LGBTQ+ community:

Frontline AIDS
Elton John AIDS Foundation

Albert Kennedy Trust

Peter Tatchell Foundation

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