Uncovering Mongolia’s transgender community

By Brennavan Sritharan

As a child, Álvaro Laiz came to relate photography with travelling, fascinated by the Konica Minolta his dad would carry on holiday. So when he began travelling the world after finishing his studies, it was only fitting he took a camera with him. “I photograph what I do not understand or what scares me,” he says. “I can’t think of anything more terrifying than the idea that a large part of our identity relies on facts and things we can’t control [or] even know exist.”

His quest took him to Mongolia, a state which lies between the domineering civilisations of Europe, …read more

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