Category Archives: 2015 Outstanding International Alumni Award

2019 May. 2: Third New York City award for Muholi

By Thobeka Bhengu As South Africa was celebrating Freedom Day on the 27th of April 2019, ten days before the South African National Elections, just a few days after the severe flooding at Muholi’s hometown, Durban, South Africa; Muholi and … Continue reading

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2019 April. 27: Muholi receives visionary award.

Text by Lerato Dumse                                                                          … Continue reading

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2015 Feb. 10: Another round for Norway

by Lerato Dumse Lillestrøm, Norway, is how successful South African photographer/artivist, Zanele Muholi, kicks off her traveling schedule for the year 2015. Apart from on-going shows such as her Midsumma exhibition in Australia, titled Visual Activism. Black and White portraits from her lifetime project, Faces … Continue reading

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