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2019 Aug. 31: Reclaiming Blackness: Ikhono LaseNatali

Written by: Tebogo Nong Ikhono LaseNatali is an exhibition commissioned by Professor Sir Zanele Muholi featuring the works of 25 talented Durban-based artists who have interpreted Sir Muholi’s Somnyama Ngonyama (Hail, the dark lioness). The Cape Town edition of Ikhono … Continue reading

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Muholi Shareout

Photo album by Faizal Westcott Venue: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Living Room) Location: Boston, MA, USA Date: June 11 2019 As part of their Artist-In-Residency at Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Prof Muholi facilitated a Shareout and Q&A with community members, … Continue reading

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2019 May 20: Ikhono lase Natali exhibition opening.

Text by Rev T Moema Photos by Lerato Dumse   Host: Prof Zanele Muholi                                                        … Continue reading

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2019 March. 7: Gallery hopping on Tuesday for the love of art and learning.

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By Lindiwe Dhlamini The day started with laughter around the breakfast table, sharing a meal with Professor Sir Zanele Muholi, Lindeka Qampi, Bajabulile Dhlamini and my childhood friend Khabonina Makhoba. The plan was to go to Wits University Drama Department, … Continue reading

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2018 Oct. 25: Somnyama Ngonyama

To name ourselves rather than be named, we must first see ourselves – Lorraine O’grady When thinking portraiture, Somnyama Ngonyama is a persistent point of reference. When questioning notions of self-identification, I refer back to this haunting work as though … Continue reading

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2017 Dec. 15: Ricki & Tony’s best wedding

Team TT Weds by: Lerato Dumse Days after making her/story in her birth country Botswana, Tshepo Ricki Kgositau walked down the aisle on Friday, December 15, 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa. Ricki reached a new life milestone by marrying the … Continue reading

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2017 Sept. 11: ‘Brave Beauties’ Cape Town Chapter

by Zama Shange On August  22, 2017 at 12h30, I received a WhatsApp text from Zanele Muholi: “Would you consider joining us for the Cape Town show to open on 31/08/17”. Needless to say I was stunned, and for a … Continue reading

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