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Zanele Muholi. Left: Bester I, Mayotte, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Stevenson, Cape Town/Johannesburg/Amsterdam and Yancey Richardson, New York. Right: Skye Chirape, Amsterdam, from the series Faces and Phases [2006 - ongoing], 2016

Exhibition: Zanele Muholi

Exhibition - Photography

The show, which has been exhibited worldwide, features over 260 photographs and is the largest exhibition to date of South African artist Zanele Muholi, who addresses issues such as race, gender and sexuality.

The artist and visual activist Zanele Muholi (South Africa, 1972) identifies as non-binary and uses they/them pronouns. They have been documenting the lives of the black, lesbian, gay, trans, queer and intersex communities in South Africa for over twenty years. In this exhibition, produced by the Tate Modern, you can see some of the fundamental series of their work, such as “Only Half the Picture”, which captures moments of love and intimacy, and also images that speak of traumatic events; “Faces and Phases”, with portraits of a community of people that risk their lives to stand up to discrimination, or “Brave Beauties”, based on the empowerment of trans women, gender non-conforming and non-binary people.

Exhibition: Zanele Muholi

Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM)

Calle Guillem de Castro, 118

46003  Valencia, Valencia-València  (Region of Valencia) Tel.:+34 963 176 600 Website: