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  • Amélie Bernard

    Le photographe Leland Bobbé et ses clichés des dragqueens de New York, à moitié maquillées

  • Lynn MacPhee

    New York-based photographer Leland Bobbé has captured portraits if drag queens in half drag for his ongoing project 'Half-Drag . . . A Different Kind of Beauty"

  • Sarah Schalick

    Leland Bobbe’s most recent project “Half Drag,” the New York native captures the two identities of the big city’s drag queens. Bobbe captures the images in-camera with the queens sporting their alter egos in full hair (and even fuller makeup) on the left side while sporting an au naturel look all on the right.

  • Nan C Meinhardt

    Put your hand over the right side of the face and then the left side. 12_04_20_pusse_152

  • Aaron Sitosta

    Vogue Italia is featuring a mesmerizing photo series by photographer Leland Bobbé, in which he “brilliantly depicts the two faces of drag queens—’the Nietzschean ‘overman’: the man that goes beyond, who is beyond. Not male, not female, not biological.”

  • Ilaria Previati

    #PusseCouture/ Half-drag by Leland Bobbè #halfdrag #lelandbobbè #drag

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