Category Archives: trans-ing

2018 Nov. 15: Yaya win Socialite of the Year at Feather Awards 10

by Mantis ‘Quing’ Mamabolo Photos by Lerato Dumse & Zanele Muholi   Everyone walking past the iconic Johannesburg City Hall from their various hustles can feel the energy of what is going to be the tenth Feathers Awards. It is … Continue reading

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2014 Nov. 27: The night that was…

… with Miles Rutendo Tanhira (right) and Pendo James (left)  at SATS gym in Stockholm. Camera used:  Canon 6D with 50mm lens. © Photos by Zanele Muholi             Related links 2014 Nov. 27: “I am … Continue reading

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2014 June 22: An intimate portrait of Somalian trans-woman

by Abdi Osman   Labeeb is an intimate portrait of Sumaya, a Somali trans-woman. The project consists of large-scale colour photographs, and a double-projection video. Some of the photographs are studio portraits where Sumaya sat for the artist; others depict … Continue reading

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