What We're Reading: Zanele Muholi's Art and Activism

By David Schonauer   Thursday August 6, 2020

“I consider myself a visual activist first and foremost because my work has a political agenda,” writes Zanele Muholi, the Black, Queer, non- binary visual activist, who takes the pronouns they, them and their. “What is important to me is how my work challenges and contributes to society and the place of Black LGBTQIA+ people within it.” Muholi talked recently with the British Journal of Photography ahead of of the South African artist’s planned survey exhibition at London’s Tate Modern opening this autumn.

Read the whole story at British Journal of Photography.


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