2013 Aug. 29: 2nd Mbokodo Awards photos

2013 Aug. 29:   2nd Mbokodo Awards photos

Photos by Nqobile Zungu

 

What:  2nd Mbokodo Awards

Where: The Theatre on the Track, Midrand

Organised by Carol Bouwer Productions

Click here for categories and nominees lists



Francina Ndimande_9776
Women @Mbokodo Awards_9716
Kg & Pedi & Kg_9482
Andiswa_9742
Kgomolemo & Neo_9863


SunGoddess2_9865
Celeste & Bokang_9754

Omama_9752
Beauties_9883

CC & Muholi_9789

Cassandra & Lira_9488

Lerato & friend1_9885
Beauties_9446
Best Musician_9401
A tribute_9403
Carol & Paul_9418


Dineo & Uncle T_9421

 

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5 Responses to 2013 Aug. 29: 2nd Mbokodo Awards photos

  1. ellenfoto says:

    Congrats to Muholi and well-deserved. Yet, it’s amazing to me that Mbokodo could make a statement about Muholi’s work and not one time say “gay” or “queer”. Here is how the website describes: “Zanele Muholi studied photography at the Market Photo Workshop. In 2009 she was the Ida Ely Rubin Artist-in-Residence at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and also received a Fanny Ann Eddy accolade from IRN-Africa for her outstanding contributions to the study of sexuality in Africa. She won Casa Africa and Fondation Blachère awards at Les Rencontres de Bamako biennial of African photography. The first part of her Faces and Phases series received a nomination as best photobook of the year at the International Photobook Festival in Kassel. The series was included on the 29th São Paulo Biennale (2010), and featured on Face of Our Time at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. She has participated in numerous other group exhibitions and documentary Difficult Love has been seen at film festivals around the world.”

  2. Nokuthula khoza says:

    Congratulation to Muholi…

  3. Nnonky says:

    wowwwwwwwwww…congrats to Muholi…

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