Tag Archives: Visual activism

2017 July 29: Pride and Loss during Amsterdam Pride 2017

  Pride and Loss Curated by Lerato Dumse, with work by Boitumelo Nkopane, Collen Mfazwe, Lebogang Mashifane, Lerato Dumse, Thembela Dick and Velisa Jara. Exhibition opening 3 August 2017 | 17-21h | Weteringschans 69, Amsterdam Press release by curator Lerato Dumse: … Continue reading

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2017 July 4: Tumi’s Foundation in photography

by Tumi Nkopane The 11th of January 2017 was my first day studying a Foundation Course (FC) in photography at the Market Photo Workshop (MPW) in Newtown, Johannesburg. The opportunity to study was granted to me by Zanele Muholi who is … Continue reading

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2017 July 12: Enraged by Amsterdam attack

8 July 2017, Amsterdam. I’m feeling so enraged by the incident captured on video and the wrong information that is circulating in various media platforms who have not even received feedback from the witnesses.   These are the facts: On Saturday … Continue reading

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2017 June 24: Humanity reigns in our society

Text by Tinashe Wakapila Photos by 2017 PhotoXP photographers Durban Pride 2017 was a vibrant situation led by a statement making ideology. Gugu Dlamini Park located at Workshop Shopping Center was the venue chosen for this year. Pride started   with … Continue reading

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2016 Oct. 12: The dancer’s psyche

Before, during and after the performance at FotoFocus 2016 Performances take their own form. The space, atmosphere and musicality usually influence the entire performance and movement vocabulary. The 8th October performance at the National Underground Railroad Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, … Continue reading

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2016 Oct. 20 FotoFocus Personae meets Saxophonist

by Sebenzile Langa Being a classically trained Tenor Saxophonist means I have been on stage more times than I can remember. This was different though. Being invited to Cincinnati, Ohio in the United States of America to interpret the Faces … Continue reading

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2016 Sept. 15: A decade of Faces and Phases

by Donna A M Smith Johannesburg, September 2016 Much has been written and said about award-winning photographer, Zanele Muholi, and her ground-breaking work of documenting the lives of black lesbians and transgender persons in South Africa and other parts of … Continue reading

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