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avril 2019

In Conversation with Zanele Muholi

Publié dans Photography  |  avril 27, 2019
Zanele Muholi produces politically impactful work that seeks to preserve and document the history of LGBT individuals and communities through photography. Influenced by the violence and atrocities against black lesbians in post-Apartheid South Africa, she considers herself a visual activist more than an artist. Her work is mostly about bringing visibility of queers in the black community through captivating and documented stories. She deals with the different ideas behind her images, using photography as an instrument of healing and self-valuation.

African Photography: Documentary, Part 8

Publié dans Photography  |  avril 20, 2019
Today, more engaged and creative African photographers are pushing the envelope to reveal how their continent’s society has and continues to transform. Some have spent their careers as photojournalists; others started to explore themes of urban identity, gender politics, religious movements, and societal turmoil among many others. Through their hard work, they are paving the way for other photographers and raising awareness on specific issues faced by the inhabitants.

African Art Outlook for April

Publié dans Events  |  avril 06, 2019
As interest in contemporary African art continues to grow, we have identified several events that are worth visiting in April. From Toronto to San Francisco, we’ve got you covered with a quick guide of what to discover this month. So, we’ve rounded up our favorite events of April featuring African and Africa related art practices and projects.