A Major Zanele Muholi Retrospective in Paris

Source Juxtapoz Magazine – Juxtapoz Magazine – Home 

Zanele Muholi, who defines themself* as a “visual activist,” uses the camera as a tool to confront and repair injustice. During the 1990s, South Africa underwent significant social and political change. Democracy was established in 1994 with the abolition of apartheid; this was followed by a new constitution in 1996, the first in the world to outlaw discrimination based on sexual orientation. Despite this progress, the Black LGBTQIA+ community remains the target of violence and prejudice to this day.

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