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Muholi and Qampi collaborate on Limise exhibition.

Frankfurt/Main, Germany – Sakhile&Me Gallery presents “Limise” – a selection of photographs by South African visual activist Zanele Muholi and photographer Lindeka Qampi. The exhibition pays homage to the 63rd anniversary of the iconic 1956 Women’s March during Apartheid South … Continue reading

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2019 July 30: When Faces Meet

by Mercury Duma A day of triumph and celebration was held at the Stevenson Art Gallery in Parktown North, Johannesburg on the 20th of July 2019. Rainbow colours covered the the fence leading up to the exhibition. Different outfits, different personalities and different … Continue reading

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2019 July 30: Our history will not be forgotten.

by Tinashe Wakapila A journey that started with a face and a camera has evolved to phases of queer beings leaving a forest of family trees of the LBTI+ COMMUNITY. Positive Narratives of Queer beings centuries ago was nowhere to … Continue reading

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2017 July 29: 7 years of writing Pieces of Expressions.

by Nonkululeko Dube On the 27th of July 2019 at AGOG Gallery in Johannesburg, Lebo Diverse launched a book titled PIECES OF EXPRESSIONS in the name of art-create. The book was published under Seven27 project that is an artist hub that grooms and … Continue reading

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Faces and Phases turns teen

by: Lindiwe Dhlamini Professor/Sir Zanele Muholi’s longstanding photographic project known as; Faces and Phases (F&P)celebrates thirteen years in existence. Some of the faces have faded with the phases and some of those still alive were in attendance. On the 19th … Continue reading

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2019 April 21: Muholi to receive Rees Visionary Award

Text by Theo Tyson P P ArtBall 2019 – an annual fundraiser for Amref Health Africa in the USA – will honor South African visual activist Zanele Muholi with the Rees Visionary Award. Named after its late founder, surgeon and artist … Continue reading

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2019 March 21: Take me to Democracy

Take me to Democracy Take me to freedom Take me to a place of love with no pain. Take me to democracy with no more tears. 25 years of Democracy There’s tears on her face, her face swollen taking punches … Continue reading

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