Tag Archives: Brooklyn

2015 April 20: My best experience in New York

by Terra Dick On Friday, April 17 I received an SMS from Zanele Muholi that I must call Baba Zenzi and Mam’ Magesh Zungu about our New York trip the following day. I called them and arranged to meet at … Continue reading

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2015 May 9: A Review of Isibonelo/Evidence I

by Adejoke Tugbiyele Photos by Terra Dick Zanele Muholi’s beautiful works are currently on view at the Brooklyn Museum’s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. It includes photographs of several dozen black and white portraits of lesbians and transgendered … Continue reading

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