Category Archives: Campaigner of the Year

2013 Nov. 4: From Market Photo Workshop to Bremen University

      by Fikile Mazambani   Zanele Muholi’s name has become synonymous with her visual activism which she calls “Visual/ Art activism – an artistic approach to hate crimes” such that one can almost overlook that she is a … Continue reading

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2013 Sept. 20: Successful fo(u)nd exhibition opening in Amsterdam

All photos by Najib Nafib (6th Sept. 2013) Where:  Amsterdam What: fo(u)nd opening Special thanks to Prince Claus Fund for making the exhibition possible. For further reading click here    

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