Tag Archives: Gratitude

2016 June 4: Muholi honored with Courage and Creativity award

by Lerato Dumse Zanele Muholi is the latest honoree for the 2016 Courage and Creativity award. Africa’s Out, an initiative by Wangechi Mutu conferred the award to this talented photographer and activist. The exciting ceremony was hosted at Pioneer Works, New York City (NYC) on June … Continue reading

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2016 March 8: Remembering those we met and lost along the way

Photos by Mzonke Madotyeni/ Inkanyiso Media When: 8th July 2011 Where:  Stevenson Gallery, Johannesburg What: Inkanyiso exhibition opening Ms Le Sishi from Durban came all the way to witness the show in which she featured…     Makho Ntuli… Standing … Continue reading

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2015 May 6: Snow Black and the Huntsman – Musings on the work of Zanele Muholi

by Liona Nyariri  Zanele Muholi: Isibonelo/Evidence Brooklyn Museum, New York 1 May – 1 November 2015 I’m standing on the gallery floor at the Brooklyn Museum, looking down into a transparent glass coffin that lies at my feet. Inside the … Continue reading

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2015 Feb. 22: Paving a new way forward

by Lerato Dumse South African Ambassador to Norway, Queen Anne Zondo, wrote a new chapter when she opened photographer, Zanele Muholi’s exhibition, at the Akershus Art Center, Lillestrøm, in Oslo, on February 21.   Nearly six years after then minister … Continue reading

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2014 Nov. 17: MoMA talk – Photos of the night

Photos by Lola Flash (17/11/2014) Where:  Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York           Related link 2014 Nov. 17: Announcement – MoMA present two best South African artists            

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2014 Oct. 31: Faces and Phases (2006 – 2014) book launch

Featuring in the series is Lebo ‘Leptie’ Phume (2013) and (2014) portraits. Faces and Phases (2006-14) by Zanele Muholi Book Launch Friday, November 7, 2014 Time: 7-9 pm Market Photo Workshop Entrance from Bus Factory parking, 2 President Street NEWTOWN Johannesburg … Continue reading

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2012 Dec. 8 – present: Inkanyiso CONTRIBUTORS

… the best documenters who have worked with Inkanyiso in the past and present. as an organisation we are grateful and would like to say keep on PRODUCING… EDUCATING… and DISSEMINATING information to all those LGBTIQA communities who might not … Continue reading

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