South African Visual Activist’s UK Exhibition Delayed by Covid-19 | Africanews


A Queer Visual Activist

South African photographer and self-identified visual activist Zanele Muholi celebrates the black queer experience in South Africa by way of portraits (and self-portraits) that capture the beauty, creativity and intimacy of a community facing tremendous persecution and abuse.

Her first major exhibition in the UK — originally scheduled to open in April, then in November, is once again being delayed due to the second UK lockdown in light of the covid-19 pandemic.

Sarah Allen, the Assistant Curator of…



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