Category Archives: Minister Paul Mashatile

2013 Aug. 31: Black Lesbian Visual Activist wins Mbokodo award

by Kopano Sibeko For any stereotypical person who is a South African,when you see the word iMbokodo you’ll think a straight/ hetero woman with children or a married woman with/out children. It is a myth of course because there are … Continue reading

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2013 Aug. 17: South African Artists shining the light abroad

… from 55th Venice Biennale, Italy to My Joburg, Paris. We are (t)here. Imaginary Fact What the Minister of Arts & Culture, Paul Mashatile said at the opening of SA Pavillion at Venice Biennale on the 31st May 2013. _____________________________________________ … Continue reading

Posted in Art Activism in South Africa, Art is Queer, Before You, Bie Venter, Brenton Maart, Collaborations, Community, Donna Kukama, History, Human rights, Minister Paul Mashatile, Queer visibility, Race, revolution, SA mainstream media, SA Pavillion @ 55th Venice Biennale, South African art, South African Artists, Visual history is a Right not a luxury, Visualizing public spaces, We Are You, We Care, We were (t)here, Zanele Muholi | Tagged | 3 Comments