2015 Nov. 25: The best ‘black’ exhibition of the season

Photo album by Lebo Mashifane

 

2015 Nov. 19 Audience _9831

 

2015 Nov. 19 Audience 3_9812

 

2015 Nov. 19 Audience 4 _9857

 

2015 Nov. 19 Audience1 _9833

 

2015 Nov. 19 Audience3 _9828

 

2015 Nov. 19 Anele & Muholi _9783

 

2015 Nov. 19 Beauties _9843

 

2015 Nov. 19 Candice _ Audience _9895

 

2015 Nov. 19 Candice entertain_9907

 

2015 Nov. 19 Candice Nkosi _9873

 

2015 Nov. 19 Candice Nkosi _9871

 

2015 Nov. 19 Candice Nkosi _9873

 

2015 Nov. 19 Katz_9860

 

2015 Nov. 19 Lebo Mashifane & Friends_9797

2015 Nov. 19 Mancane dance_9921

 

 

2015 Nov. 19 Mancane dancing _9922

 

2015 Nov. 19 Mfundi & Muholi _9802

 

2015 Nov. 19 Miss T Menu_9854

 

2015 Nov. 19 Noncedo & Muholi _9787

 

2015 Nov. 19 Noncedo Anele Muholi_9788

2015 Nov. 19 Photographers1 _9870

 

2015 Nov. 19 Sicka & Christie _9810

 

2015 Nov. 19 Terra Dick_9805

 

2015 Nov. 19 Tumi & friend _9800

2015 Nov. 19 Yaya welcoming visitors_9851

Yaya Mavundla welcomed and thanked the Brave Beauties for their participation and courage…

 

Read and view photos from Somnyama Ngonyama series, currently showing at Stevenson Gallery, Johannesburg

19 November – 19 December 2015
4 January – 29 January 2016

http://www.stevenson.info/exhibitions/muholi/index2015.html

 

 

 

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